Creating Wealth at a Young Age

The plain and simple truth is that our world is built in a manner that requires constant welding work. With so much equipment required to run the facilities we use every day, it’s inevitable that repairs, modifications, and replacements are necessary on a consistent basis. And the opportunities to build a career offering this essential …

The World of Welding Symbols

As a welder, it’s important to understand the world of welding symbols for more independent work. Where do welding symbols show up and how do you read them? When you’re working on a project from a blueprint, welding symbols indicate what types of welds are required for the varying components involved in the job. They …

Pricing Your Work

Are you an independent welder wondering how much to charge for your skills? It’s important to avoid underpricing your work if you’re starting out so you don’t hurt others in your industry, but how do you decide what amount is right? Instead of making some guesses about your hourly, let’s discuss some of the things …

Begin Your Career

If you’re looking for a job that offers wonderful opportunities for growth in addition to the satisfied feeling of contributing to the infrastructure of your community, we recommend welding. This career is booming with more and more need for skilled employees every day! Beside the generous pay and opportunities for advancement, we love that welding …

Investing in Welding Education

Another year has gone by, and we at Sidney Lee Welding Supply Co. in Atlanta, GA are happy to report continued growth in both private and public investing in our nation’s institutions of welding education. It seems hardly a month passes without news of another ribbon-cutting ceremony at a new state-of-the-art welding facility at a …

Welding in 2020

When we look around, halfway through the year 2020, we find ourselves in a time of transition. Nobody knows change better than welders, we who take up the TIG torch among and other welding equipment to join metals in Atlanta, GA! It is our job to change pieces into wholes, rods into flux, and solids …