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CERTIFIED WELDING


SERVICES CORP.

2550 N. Nellis Blvd #A
Las Vegas, NV 89115

702.644.9300

info@certified-welding.com



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Certified Welders Do It Right

We provide welding to the Las Vegas area. Years of experience in both portable & shop welding has made us the top choice in our field. Our fleet of welding trucks and equipment are ready for your project. Send us your pictures, or drawings, by fax or email. Call us to make an appointment.

  • Aluminum (Portable & Shop)
  • Stainless (Portable & Shop)
  • Nickel, Brass, Magnesium
  • Cast Iron & Brazing
  • Heavy Equipment Repairs
  • Truck Repairs
  • Structural Steel
  • Black Smithing
  • Metal Fabrication
  • Pipe Welding - 1" Thru 120"



AWS D1.1, D1.2 D1.3 D1.5
ASME sec. IX, API 1104
Since 1977

Our Team Has Experience

Larrie Thomas was first certified in 1967. Seen here, he is welding on top of the Circus Circus merry-go-round before 1972. Larrie was employed with Wells Cargo and TAB contractors for some years before starting his own company Certified Welding in 1977. Also shown here is Larrie standing next to a track hoe bucket with ripper pockets that he made faster than could be ordered from the factory about 1978. Larrie has welded on nearly every major water resivour and pipe line in Las Vegas, working with Tiberti Construction and the Las Vegas Valley Water District and APS. Other notable projects, were Hoover Dam, Southern Nevada Water Authority, City of Las Vegas, Clark County, Clark County Water Reclamation District and others.

Quality in Craftsmanship

I remember helping my dad Larrie Thomas on lots of welding jobs in the 1970's. I don't ever remember "learning to weld". Me and my brothers had seen Dad weld, torch and grind so many things that we always knew what to do. The first job I remember doing my self was some utility box covers for an underground company. I welded them up with 7024 and it seemed so easy... I guess it was easy. My younger brother Devin Thomas was a very talented welder in the 70's and 80's and was soon making knives like Uncle Bill (Dad's brother). Devin has become one of the best damascus steel makers in the world. Through the 80's I tried to avoid welding, thinking it was too hot, too dirty, and I needed to be different. I was a pipe threader / fabricator. I was a bookkeeper. I was an electrician, I was a computer person, I even delivered bread and tried amway. About 1990 I went to work for Dad. In 1994 I started Heavy Duty Welding and in 2008 merged with Dad's company Certified Welding

Call Us:

Main Office: 702.644.9300
DeCall: 702.378.5387
Larrie: 702.692.3195
Ernesto (Shop Foreman): 702.600.6828
Google Voice: 702.378.5387

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2550 N. Nellis Blvd. #A
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89115

Hot Tap Pipe Flange Nozzle with a full wrap

This is one of many Hot Tap nozzles we have welded in the field. A hot tap or line stop is used to add a valve and new water line for new buildings or projects. City Center, Trump, Panorama, Warm Springs overpass, Blue Diamond overpass, are just a few of the major water tie-ins we have worked on. You may notice what we call a "full wrap" which is that plate that is wrapped around the pipe to give support to the flange and nozzle. In some cases a 4" collar might be used. Hot Tap sizes can range from very small 1/2" pipe, 4" pipe, 12" pipe... even as large as 96 inches! That is an 8 foot diameter hole in an even larger pipe. We have welded pipes over 100" diameter.

Heavy Duty Gravel Screen

This is a typical example of our work. Well designed, sturdy construction, quality welds. You see all kinds of junk out on job sites, we think differently. Or should I say, we build things like they should be built. Square tubing and rectangular tubing is usually superior to channel, angle, and "H" beam for many reasons. Some "Hill Billy" pile of scrap would save you some money, but would cost you plenty in down time and company image. We have dozens of these screens in the field, some older than 30 years and they still look great. We have a gravel screen available now for rent or for sale.

Portable Welding Truck

We have a fleet of welding trucks available for any welding project. Each truck is outfitted with an oxy-acetylene torch, and welding equipment. We can travel anywhere in clark county to weld Stick, Mig, or Tig. That means we can weld your mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and other metals right where you are. Keep in mind, aluminum in the field is tough... that's why it's best to bring it to our full size shop so we can do it clean, precise, and perfect.

Ladder Rack built in our full size shop

Seen here is a ladder rack for a small pick up truck. We custom build these racks for any truck. Our welding shop is great. We have several large tables to work from and the tools and equipment to do almost any welding job. We also have a machine shop nearby to help do your prototype or design perfect.

Welding on Temple Fence in Las Vegas

We also did some work at the Temple in Las Vegas. We made the fence on the entire north wall and also the gate that opens between the LDS chapel and the Temple. We prefer to do projects like this where we can showcase our quality rather than the high volume low quality work.

Residential_Ornamental_Iron

We can even do some residential ornamental iron work. Our main goal is doing things right and building things to last a lifetime.

Our Team Has Experience

Larrie ThomasLarrie Thomas was first certified in 1967. Seen here, he is welding on top of the Circus Circus merry-go-round before 1972. Larrie was employed with Wells Cargo and TAB contractors for some years before starting his own company Certified Welding in 1977. Also shown here is Larrie standing next to a track hoe bucket with ripper pockets that he made faster than could be ordered from the factory about 1978. Larrie has welded on nearly every major water resivour and pipe line in Las Vegas, working with Tiberti Construction and the Las Vegas Valley Water District and APS. Other notable projects, were Hoover Dam, Southern Nevada Water Authority, City of Las Vegas, Clark County, Clark County Water Reclamation District and others. Larrie is still busy every day welding or doing projects and has turned over most of the management and ownership over to his son DeCall. To Contact Larrie directly, call his cell phone, 702-682-3195

Quality in Craftsmanship

DeCall Thomas WelderDeCall Thomas: I remember (helping) my dad Larrie Thomas on lots of welding jobs in the 1970's. I don't ever remember "learning to weld". Me and my brothers had seen Dad weld and torch and grind so many things that we always knew what to do. The first job I remember doing myself was some utility box covers for an underground company. I welded them up with 7024 and it seemed so easy... I guess it was easy. My younger brother Devin Thomas was a very talented welder in the 70's and 80's and was soon making knives like Uncle Bill (Dad's brother who I learned a lot from). Devin has become one of the best damascus steel makers in the world. About 1990 I went to work for Dad (Larrie Thomas). In 1994 I started Heavy Duty Welding. 2008 Heavy Duty Welding merged with Dad's company Certified Welding. In 2010 ownership was transferred father to son anticipating Dad's Retirement and Church Service. I have certifications for all position plate, all position pipe, stainless TIG, aluminum TIG and MIG, sheet metal, rebar, and other certifications. My Cell 702-378-5387

Proven Leadership

Ernesto Shop Foreman

We are proud to introduce Ernesto, our shop foreman and projects manager. Ernesto has many talents and has proven his skills in welding and managing. Energetic, honest and hardworking. Call him directly (Spanish or English) 702-600-6828

Certifications

Larrie Thomas' first certification 1967 Larrie's 1st certification 1967
DeCall AWS D1.1
ASME Sec. IX Certification DeCall ASME Sec. IX
DeCall AWS D1.2 DeCall  Alumn. GTAW
DeCall ASME Stainless DeCall ASME Stainless

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