If you are looking for a company that offers architectural metal panels in Texas, Wade Architectural Systems is the perfect source. We employ a team of seasoned professionals that have expertise in metal wall, roofing and ceiling design to assist both design and construction teams in selecting and procuring the most appropriate system to suit your project needs. Our company partners with industry leaders who produce high-quality metal systems to offer solutions for visually pleasing exteriors, balanced with installation strategies that are more cost-effective than others. We offer assistance to the design team in selection of systems that will help the project comply with LEED certification requirements and training programs to installers through some of our key manufacturing partners that allow a more thorough understanding of system installation and characteristics of the materials.
Wade Architectural Systems offers quality, affordable architectural metal panels, something we have been doing since 1988. Our main office is located just outside of Houston, Texas, with additional representation in the Dallas/Fort Worth and Austin areas. We provide high quality systems for a wide range of project budgets and encourage designers and contractors to call on us early in the design process so that we may offer appropriate options and budgetary pricing that will meet the expectations of the project team. In addition, WAS is a registered AIA CES continuing education provider, which offers us the ability to better serve architects and specifiers by offering courses that help to answer common questions related to specification of exterior metal systems.
What makes us so special?
The team at Wade Architectural Systems is dedicated to excellence from start to finish throughout the design, bidding, construction and closeout processes.
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In loving memory:
Traci was an integral part of the WAS family for 9 years as our administrative assistant. When she answered the phones you could hear the smile in her voice. She kept us in line, up to date and often in stitches from her outrageous sense of humor. Traci lost her long fought battle with Breast Cancer in September 2015, and although she is missed we were all blessed to have had her as our friend, co-worker and family.