Metal Framing Supplier in Upper Darby
Local Supplier of Light Gauge Framing Systems
When it comes to finding a metal framing supply company, we know you’ll find State Road Builders Supply to be the best choice around. We offer top of the line products that you can count on, as we’re committed to working only with some of the top brands in the industry. Metal studs and track are available for a range of projects and applications, whether you are a home or business owner, or you’re a professional builder. We know that your finished project is only as secure and sturdy as the materials used during the building process. That’s why we offer light and heavy-duty metal studs for both load-bearing and non-load bearing applications in both residential and commercial settings.
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DELIVERY & IN-STORE PICKUP
For your convenience, we offer both pickup and delivery to your home or jobsite. No job is too big or too small for us to handle. We have been serving the community for over 70 years and we always make sure to treat our customers like family!
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We deliver to Pennsylvania, New Jersey & Delaware locations. Your project not located in these areas? Call us for more info!
Looking to buy materials for you next home or work project? Bring your vehicle down to our location and we will help load you up and get you on your way!
BUILDING MATERIAL SUPPLIER FOR OVER 70 YEARS
Brick, Block, Cement, & Stone Supplies Serving Bucks, Montgomery, Chester, Delaware, Philadelphia County
We carry metal studs in a range of sizes and grades to complete a multitude of projects. Metal studs are often used in commercial and industrial applications and can be completed using one of two main types of metal stud framing, the stud, and the track. Light-gauge metal studs are used for non-load bearing areas such as interior walls and partitions, while heavier-gauge metal studs are used for load-bearing walls and other crucial areas. Most metal studs can be used in a similar fashion to conventional wood framing methods, and studs are available in many of the same dimensions as wooden studs. Use of metal studs is particularly useful in areas with noteworthy seismic activity, or in buildings that are larger or require more support than is traditionally needed.