WD Fabrication, Inc. is a full-service metal fabrication shop specializing custom designs for a variety of products. Established in 2012, our company has become one of the leading fabrication shops in our area, earning a reputation for quick turnaround time and affordable rates.

We can fabricate anything from window grills to metal gates and other types of decorative decor and can work with your exact specifications or help create a custom design. Owner Wyatt Derrick has a decade of experience in custom fabrication and is a certified welder with a degree in business administration. 

One of our company's popular products…the Herman Jones Potato Harvester…has won us considerable acclaim from Keystone Innovation Zone for being a great innovation for small businesses throughout the state.  

The potato harvester comes in two models…the Model 20 and Model 30…and can be hitched to any vehicle with a three-point hitch.The Model 20 is recommended for soft and sandy soils while the Model 30 comes with a sturdy frame and standard abrasive resistant blades that are better suited for harvesting in rugged terrain. 

WD Fabrication Inc. provides service to clients in Mountour, Lycoming, Luzerne and Northumberland Counties. Our customers can choose from a wide range of items available from our brochure or they can create designs that meet their individual needs. You can sit with us through the design process and we will bring your ideas to life. We can also provide on-site services at your location for those who request it.

If you have an idea for a product or device no currently available on the market, WD Fabrication Inc. will help you conceive it and make it for you at a minimal cost…helping you turn your personalized creation into reality.

We invite you to browse the pages of this website to find out more about the business and then call 570-441-5560 to discuss your next project!

WD Fabrication Specializes In Fabrication Of All Types Of Decorative Metal Items!

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