Laser Welding Firm Gets Much Needed Facelift
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Laser and Micro Welding company updates building interior and exterior with new look.

POMONA, Calif. - Californer -- B & D Precision Welding recently completed a major facelift and upgrade to their Southern California Headquarters. The renovations and upgrades included updated flooring, expanded counter spaces, upgraded office decor and exterior enhancements as well.

"We usually just go to work every day with our nose to the grindstone, so to speak" explains B & D President Dan Austin, "but this year we wanted to set aside some time and budget to update some things in the shop, both aesthetically and functionally."

Earlier this year, the company also added some new equipment to the shop as well, allowing for faster production and turnaround times.

Austin says "Much of what we have done has been aesthetic but it really keeps everyone motivated and feels really good when coming into work every day."

The company also upgraded the exterior with new signage with their updated logo as well as a full exterior paint job reflecting the firms branding.

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"We wanted our offices to reflect our success, growth and our high standard of quality" Austin added. "It has been many years since we have put this kind of work and energy into the shop and we've already got some great positive feedback."

The company has been in the Pomona location for 19 years and has continued to grow serving the Southern California area for custom, high-end Micro, Laser, and TIG welding projects.

About B & D Precision Welding
B & D Precision specializes in Micro Welding, Micro TIG, CNC Lathe, CNC Milling, JIG Grinding, O.D. and I.D. Grinding and Laser Welding. B & D Precision has been creating long lasting relationships with customers since 1983. B & D Welding provides quality work with quick turn around times at reasonable prices. For more information visit:

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