Flat rolled steel from an industry leading steel service center

As a full-line steel service center, Grand Steel utilizes a progressive inventory management system to offer customers the industry’s best flat-rolled steel, cold-rolled steel, hot-rolled steel, and more. With a physical location in Wixom, Michigan, we serve customers across the country, aiming to form long-term, mutually beneficial relationships. Committed to supplying quality material which satisfies our customer needs.  We serve a range of markets, including automotive, mining, general line manufacturing, construction, and agriculture.

Material Grades:
  • Commercial Quality (CQ)
  • Drawing Quality (DQ)
  • Deep Drawing Quality (DDQ/IF)
  • High-Strength Low Alloy (HSLA)
  • Dual Phase (DP)
  • High Carbon (HC)
  • Medium Carbon (MC)
  • Structural Quality (SQ/SS)

Hot rolled

Hot rolled steel is the most basic form of carbon steel.  Its surface typically has scale, the remnants of cooling from extreme temperatures.

Applications: Construction, industrial machinery, shipbuilding, tubing, and appliance parts

Hot rolled pickled and oiled

Following the same process as hot rolled steel, this steel is run through an acid bath. Removing surface oxides, oil is then added to provide a rust-resistant surface.

Applications: Storage tanks and bins, bridge construction, mining, machinery, automotive freight, and passenger cars

Hot rolled pickled dry

When adding oil will complicate future applications, steel should undergo this process. Helping to remove mill scale from a hot rolled coil, the process also helps to reduce – and prevent – rust.

Applications: Storage tanks and bins, bridge construction, mining, machinery, automotive freight, and passenger cars

Cold rolled

Cold rolled steel is rolled below its recrystallization temperature, maximizing tonnage and helping to increase the steel’s strength by up to 20%.

Applications: Refrigerators, stoves, washers, dryers, and a range of small appliances. Cold rolled steel is also used for a wide variety of automotive parts

Cold rolled full hard

Unannealed cold rolled coil with a high hardness, cold rolled full hard steel is ideal for applications where strength, hardness, and long-term durability are a priority.

Applications: Shelving units, umbrellas, and pipe

Cold rolled painted

Offering the same properties as cold rolled steel, this steel has been painted after the rolling process to enhance its appearance.

Applications: Automobile parts, furniture, shelving, cabinets, toolboxes, and lighting

Hot dipped galvanized

Put through a molten zinc bath to add a protective coating, this process aims to prevent the formation of rust and is especially useful in applications where environmental exposure is a concern.

Applications: Automobile bodies, houses, air conditioner housings, electrical towers, highway signs, wrought iron gates, and metal pails


Easy to paint and extremely rust-proof, this process combines galvanizing and annealing. Resulting in a very fine, grey matte finish that acts as a primer, the coating does not flake when formed, stamped, or bent.

Applications: Automotive, signage, and electric equipment


Offering superior corrosion resistance, galvalume steel is coated with an aluminum-zinc alloy. The result is a finish that is well-suited for heavy machinery and outdoor equipment.

Applications: Trailers, appliances, automotive, agricultural equipment, and products


During this process, a layer of zinc is bonded to steel to provide a defense against corrosion. With lower thickness deposits, comparable performance, and broader conversion coating availability, electrogalvanized steel provides a bright, clean appearance.

Applications: Trailers, appliances, automotive, and agricultural equipment

Electro zinc nickel

The electro zinc nickel process is a technique that applies a thin layer of nickel onto steel. Whether it aims to be decorative, provide corrosion and wear resistance, or build up undersized parts, this process results in a sturdy, aesthetically appealing finish.

Applications: Tubing, office furniture, automobile tanks, trunks, and fenders


Aiming to reduce corrosion and preserve the properties of the base steel at temperatures below 1472˚F, aluminized steel is coated – on both sides – with an aluminum-silicon alloy.

Applications: Water heaters, furnaces, stoves, and space heaters

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Current Offerings

To review the materials that we currently have available, including hot rolled, cold rolled and coated steel, download our most recent product offerings.

(Offerings are updated weekly.  Material offered is subject to prior sale).



  • Aluminized
  • Cold Rolled
  • Cold Rolled Full Hard
  • Electrogalvanized
  • Galvannealed
  • Galvalume
  • Hot Dipped Galvanized
  • Hot Rolled
  • Hot Rolled Pickled & Oiled