About TL Precision Welding, Inc.
TL Precision Welding, Inc. is a Houston-based machine shop established in 1997 to deliver welding and laser drilling services for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and turbine repair prime contractors.
Today, we specialize in welding, weld repair, laser drilling, fabrication and coating removal for turbine components made from superalloys, primarily in the power generation and aerospace industries. The attention clients receive from us is highly focused on solving your specific requirements. Now.
“TL Precision has the right technology and does whatever it takes to solve problems and deliver the correct specifications, on time.”
– OEM Purchase Agent
Our clients get results: Consistent quality and a partnership that solves problems while continually reducing costs. How? We combine technical knowledge and state-of-the-art machinery with a company culture of extreme service to our clients.
We believe that our success depends on empowering our customers to thrive in a competitive market place. This belief is instilled in each employee and it begins with management. Our people thrive on challenge. They take pride in the loyal affiliations we have forged with customers and vendors. Average length of employment by our team members is greater than 10 years.
“Gentlemen, we are greatly appreciative of your outstanding efforts on these orders! The level of commitment, dedication and service is unparalleled, and I can’t say enough how grateful we are for your assistance.”
– Turbine Repair Production Planner
Our 18,000-square foot facility is fully-equipped to handle both small- and large-run production projects. Located near the major highway intersection of US 290 and Beltway 8, we are minutes away from Interstates 10, 45 and 69, and with nearby access to Houston’s major rail lines.
TL Precision is a recognized minority-owned business.
TL Precision has received the Siemens Small Business Excellence Award:
“TL Precision has been fully dedicated to supporting our continuous cost reduction efforts especially by working closely with us to develop and implement various repair process techniques that now make it possible to repair turbine vane segment inserts. This program is projected to save Siemens more than $1 million per fiscal year.”