WE ARE NOT JUST A SUPPLIER
we are an extension of your success

Fairlawn Tool Inc. is your source for metal fabricating services providing unmatched quality and efficiency at a low cost for all industries & manufacturers.

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At Fairlawn Tool, Inc., we are a full service contract manufacturer and metal fabrication company. Our clients are nationwide, with the majority on the East Coast, including Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. We provide a full suite of services that are focused on quality while providing a single source solution and cost savings for your business.

As a contract manufacturer, we take your concepts and designs and make them a reality. We work with businesses and organizations that serve a diverse set of industries, which gives us the experience and capabilities to quickly adapt our processes to meet unique specifications and needs. We are a single source solution with all production in-house, which means reduced lead times, mitigated quality issues and lower costs.

We specialize in taking on medium to large orders with the utmost care and the highest levels of quality. Our specific services include:

We take pride in creating a higher quality finished product for our clients, which is why we have AWS Certified Welders and ISO Certified 9001:2008 status.

When you choose Fairlawn Tool, Inc. as your metal fabrication and contract manufacturer, you gain access to a trusted partner that can quickly take on large production orders and deliver the products your business needs to serve its customers. We focus on quality and attention to detail on each job because we see ourselves as an extension of your success.

Contact us and discover the ways Fairlawn Tool, Inc. can add value as your contract manufacturing company.

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To meet customer expectations, Fairlawn Tool maintains ISO 9001-2000 certification

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