Armor Sales and Service is a Woman Owned Business. The company was founded by the following individuals in 2005:

Lisa and Tom Pawlak: Tom has been in the business for over 25 years and has been involved with some of the biggest motor and crane projects in Western New York. Lisa is primarily in charge of the accounting end of the business. Her past experience comes from many years at HSBC Bank.

Armor started in a 3000 square foot warehouse at 224 Elk. St. Buffalo, NY with very limited equipment. There were four total employees at that time. Today, we are located in a 25,000 square foot, state of the art facility located at 343 Elk St. Buffalo, NY 14210. We have the most modern equipment and now have 22 employees. We are always looking to expand our work force.

We have expanded into many areas - Crane Manufacturing, Fabrication, Controls, Variable Frequency Drives, Laser Alignment, Balancing and many more.

We have 24 hours a day, 7 days a week service to offer, which is a great plus in our industry.

There are many projects that we have completed. Some examples would be a 25 ton crane install at Dunkirk Specialty Steel and rewind of Colonel Ward Pumping station motors.

We look at every project with dedication and pride, and we know our name and reputation will always be used with great praise. We are one of the largest new motor distributors on the East Coast. We also carry motors from fractional to 500 HP in inventory. Armor also has extensive stock of metric motors.

Armor Electric has a modern fleet of trucks and service vans to service our customer needs. We are properly insured and have an excellent safety record. We strive to train our employees in all areas from safety to technical knowledge. This education is continuous as long as they are employed.

We look forward to doing business with your company and we will always promise to give the service we know you deserve and require. We will stay very competitive with the marketplace.

Armor also is involved with our community, from Father Baker Victory Services, to various community safety messages on the radio or sponsering local sports teams. We feel to be a responsible corporate citizen is the only right thing to do.