The business is very friendly. I took in some metals from my business that we no longer needed and they guys there were very helpful. They unloaded everything out of my truck, separated it, weighed it up, and paid me my money. I didn't expect a whole lot, but it was fair and I did get more than …
20939 Highway 6Manvel, TX 77578
From Business: We pay the most CASH for your scrap metals. We also offer free roll-off container service. We buy all scrap metals, copper, brass, aluminum, steel, iron, alloys, cans & auto. Equipment to handle heavy loads Unsurpassed customer service Clean Warehouse and Shop
14. Spartan Metals
12112 Almeda RdHouston, TX 77045
From Business: We are a family owned 2nd generation business providing the highest prices for commercial scrap metal in Houston for 25 years. We specialize in service to our customers. We pay the highest prices for both ferrous & non-ferrous metals
5706 Old Spanish TrlHouston, TX 77023
From Business: Morris Scrap Metals buys and processes a wide range of metals both ferrous and non-ferrous, from a large range of sources, including but not limited to; the public, metal dealers, demolition firms, farmers and others who generate obsolete metal as well as manufacturers who generate industrial metal.
6520 Eppes StHouston, TX 77207
From Business: Texas Hi Temp Alloy Processors & Brokers specializes in high temperature alloys. We have been in business for 36 years, buying and processing low carbon stainless steels, titanium alloys, tungsten carbide and other alloys. Prices for all materials like nickel, cobalt, tantalum, tungsten, and other strategic metals are base…
9033 Almeda Genoa RdHouston, TX 77075
From Business: We are Houston's premier recycling facility and look forward to meeting South Houston's metal recycling needs. We specialize in any recyclable metal including: copper, aluminum, aluminum extrusion, stainless steel. We also offer Roll-Off box services for commercial or industrial clients.
30. Allied Alloys LP
6767 Kirbyville StHouston, TX 77033
From Business: Allied Alloys, based in Houston, was formed after the merger of two stainless steel high temperature alloys recycling companies, AMG Metals and Southwestern Processors. The company recycles metals by building alliances with its suppliers. It offers a refined approach to alloys management that discovers more value on the su…