Petro Wire and Steel has Moved to a New, Larger Warehouse in Houston

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The move to a larger, state-of-the-art building will help to better serve customers, and the company has increased its stock of stainless products during this time as well.

Petro Wire & Steel completed its move into a state-of-the-art, 15,000 square foot warehouse where they will be able to keep a larger stock of products to meet customer demand. The move took place on February 22, 2008, and the company is now settled in and ready to resume business as normal, with the exception of having a much larger stock of stainless products. Customers should know that despite the move, Petro Wire & Steel's phone and fax numbers remain the same.

Petro Wire & Steel is a stainless steel, wire cloth, and other custom fabrication products provider. The move to a larger warehouse will help the company to maintain a larger stock and a wider variety of materials so that whatever its customers are looking for, they can provide it. The new address is 1426 N. Post Oak Road, Houston, TX 77055, but the rest of the contact information will remain the same to make the transition as smooth as possible.

As a stainless steel supplier, Petro Wire & Steel has recognized an increased need in the recent past, which was one of the main reasons for their move to a larger, newer warehouse. In response to their growing customer demand, they have already increased their stock of expanded metals, bar grating, fiberglass grating, and many other fabrication materials.

About Petro Wire & Steel:
Petro Wire & Steel is a stainless steel and fabrication material supplier with a focus on complete customer satisfaction and a strong work ethic. Our employees have expertise in specialty steel and metal, and whether you order our products as they are or place an elaborate, custom order, we will make sure that you get exactly what you're looking for. We provide custom fabrication on all of our products, as well as a large selection and low prices. For more information visit


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