About Us

In 2013 a couple of young guys scraped together enough money to buy the equipment to custom bend sheet metal the same day they needed it. Everything has changed, except the “custom metal,” and the “same day” part. Seattle Metals is now a fledgling company with a tight-knit team pursuing growth to the bottom line by “loving thy neighbor.” This means we serve the customer with an unparalleled fast lead time at a reasonable price; help colleagues in their personal development; serve our preferred vendors as partners accomplishing a similar purpose – fabricating something of value to the building community. 

Relationships Are Our Passion

Our primary goal is to create and nurture long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with clients, suppliers, and team members by consistently working to deliver high quality solutions, at a lower cost and lead time than our competition.

Who We Are Now

At Seattle Metals we look for the best people, the right people, and encourage their creativity. We are passionate about teamwork. Each of our employees takes great pride in their dedication, enthusiasm and their significant contributions to growing the company. We believe the company thrives because of the contributions each person brings. We are a close-knit team of people that share the value of serving others around us.
Our team
Partner vendors

OUR FEW PARTNER VENDORS

Our suppliers are the people who allow us to serve our customers faster. Rather than working with many, we work with a select few in order to build a great relationship, a relationship where we understand each others’ needs and work together closely to deliver that value directly to the client.

What is Kaizen

How can we best serve the client, our colleague or vendor? We purpose to continually change for the better, to know the truth of every situation and take ownership to change. Clients get better product at a total lower cost; employees receive more joy from a days work; ownership is rewarded with sustainable growth.

Improve every day

Big things have small beginnings. Work is seen often as frustrating toil, yet every person making one tiny improvement every day adds up to a big transformation for everyone. The customer might enjoy doing business with us; the employee might see their job more as a hobby; our vendors might get to like us enough to work together. 

Dig for the Truth

Issues and waste hide their roots from sight, below the soil. It is our job to expose them to the light. Asking “why” a few times reveals the source of the problem. Choosing to know and show the truth allows one to put into place something that prevents the same issue from sprouting again. We encourage both colleagues and customers to help us in this process.