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This Day in Norwood History-January 11, 1946-Norwood Sheet Metal Works In New Quarters On Route 1

The Norwood Sheet Metal Works has moved to new quarters on Route 1 near East Cross street where complete heating and air conditioning service is now available to the people of Norwood and vicinity.

The company, formerly located for many years at 8 Vernon street, is completely equipped to handle all types of sheet metal work.

After four years of war work, during which the company was engaged primarily in heating, ventilating and blower pipe work for local industrial plants, the resources of firm are now available to the general public as well as industrial plants and business houses in the local area. Home owners and businessmen troubled with heating problems are invited to call on the Norwood Sheet Metal Works for surveys and estimates.

The company offers all types of welding, and automobile radiators and heaters arc repaired and reconditioned efficiently and promptly at the local plant.

The proprietor is O. J. Germano, who announced today that his company will be equipped in the Spring to handle all types of automobile body and fender repair work.

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