About Us

Giering Metal Finishing, Inc. was established in the late 1930s as George Giering II hand-painted dental chairs with a brush in his spare time while working at Eli Whitney Gun Factory. When World War II erupted, he added electrostatic finishing processes, applying armed forces coatings. Incorporated in 1954, Giering Metal Finishing, Inc. spread its reputation to manufacturing companies throughout the Northeastern United States.

By the 1960s, Giering Metal Finishing, Inc. expanded its surface finishing services, offering degreasing, pretreatments, plating, anodizing, handspray & automated finishing. George Giering, III took over in 1969, integrating both powder coating & electrocoating technologies by the late 1970s. In 2001, George Giering, IV joined the company as a third-generation Giering. These expansions to the company have sharpened the competitive edge already established in the industry, making Giering Metal Finishing, Inc. the company it is today.

Giering Metal Finishing performs the following processes to meet your needs: Electrocoating, powder coating, compliant paint coating, conversion coating, silk screening, masking, packaging, assembly, EMI (electro-magnetic interference) & RFI (radio frequency interference) Shielding.

We are Raytheon, Ford, GM, US Army Tank, TACOM, General Dynamics, and Lockheed Martin Approved.

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Giering Metal Finishing services the following product lines:

  • Military
  • Automotive
  • Medical
  • Industrial
  • Aircraft
  • Commercial
  • Architectural
  • Retail
  • OEM Mfg.

Giering Metal Finishing, Inc’s primary finishing facility consists of 2 buildings, totaling 85000 square feet, located at 2655 and 2685 State St., Hamden, CT

Giering Metal Finishing, Inc’s satellite finishing facility, totaling 20,000 square feet, is located at 1 Swift Place, Waterbury, CT

Both facilities have loading/shipping docks to accommodate trucks & trailers.
Shipping Dept. is open from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm EST Mon.-Fri. Please contact us for holiday shutdown periods.