Garner, North Carolina-based Hamlin Sheet Metal was founded in 1954 by William F. “Fred” Hamlin to manufacture commercial air-handling ductwork. Hamlin Sheet Metal became the first division of the Hamlin Cos., which now includes Hamlin Roofing, Hamlin Fabricated Metals and Ultratech Industries.
William “Will” F. Hamlin III and his sister Katherine Anne Hamlin have officially assumed the leadership of the Hamlin Cos. Upon his retirement, William “Bill” F. Hamlin Jr. praised his father’s vision, thanked the hundreds of loyal Hamlin Co. employees who have helped to make the company successful for more than 60 years and challenged Will and Katherine Anne to continue the legacy.
Hamlin Sheet Metal duct is sold through manufacturer’s representatives all over the Southeast. Robin Stegall is sales director.
William “Will” F. Hamlin III.
Hamlin Sheet Metal is a nationwide provider of round, flat-oval, rectangular and spiral ducwork, as well as welded ducts. With over 100,000 square feet of manufacturing space, computer-aided design and state-of-the-art fabricating equipment, Hamlin Sheet Metal has virtually unlimited fabrication capabilities, the company says.
Officials say its quality control is unsurpassed in the industry, and associations with ASHRAE and the Spiral Duct Manufacturers Association and fabricating in strict accordance with the Sheet Metal and Air-Conditioning Contractors’ National Association and ASHRAE standards assures clients that Hamlin ducts are manufactured to the highest standards.
Katherine Anne Hamlin.
Hamlin Cos. employ over 200 skilled professionals, craftspeople and technicians specializing in commercial roofing, sheet metal works and ductwork fabrication, airflow measurement and more.
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