Custom Fabrication


Our state-of-the-art fabrication facility in Beaverton, Oregon includes the highest technological tools of the trade. We custom order flat stock and metal coils that are cut to length with our Iowa metal- slitter.
 
Featuring a 26-foot break and a 22-foot Twin-Bend Jorns, T.T. & L. can produce long-length shapes for nearly all of your architectural needs. We are one of the only fabrication shops in the Pacific Northwest that can produce material in these lengths. Our experienced staff of fabricators will aid you with design ideas to help complete any flashing need.

All labor and installation comes with industry standard guarantees that ensures the satisfaction of our customers. Materials in stock include various gauges of prepainted steel, stainless steel, galvanized steel and copper.

Projects

Chimney Caps

Chimney Caps

Columbia Green Eco Roof

Columbia Green Eco Roof

University of Portland Rec and Wellness Center

University of Portland Rec and Wellness Center

What Our Customers Are Saying

“Want a top quality sheet metal job and with a very competitive price? Then T.T. & L. Sheet Metal Inc. is the company to call. We at Griffith Roofing Co. (founded in 1962) have been using T.T. & L. Sheet Metal Inc. for 26 years. You cannot go wrong with hiring this company!”

David R. CotaGeneral Manager of Griffith Roofing Company

“Our firm relies on T.T. & L. and their staff often when we encounter difficult details. Inspecting their work reflects a sheet metal firm that has experience from top to bottom.”

Keith SchaberPresident of Schaber Roof Consultants, Inc.

"T. T. & L. Sheet Metal brings a high level of attention and has very innovative ideas to sheet metal detailing. They do not seek out specific misses in construction documents, which do happen, to capitalize on change orders. In most cases, they are the problem solvers and provide the appropriate solution to unforeseen issues that come up in a project. They are honest and fair. I highly recommend T. T. & L."

Tommy WhiteProject Manager of Soderstrom Architects, P.C.