Miracle Method Surface Refinishing to Attend American Society of Healthcare Engineering Conference

Miracle Method Surface Refinishing will be exhibiting at the American Society of Healthcare Engineering Conference, (ASHE), August 3-5 in Chicago, IL. The company will be demonstrating it latest surface refinishing processes as well as its germ prevention technology for tile showers, leaking terrazzo shower pans, cultured marble vanities and laminate countertops.

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Miracle Method will be exhibiting at the 2014 ASHE Conference

Hospitals are beginning to recognize the advantages of using our services and the ASHE Conference represents an ideal opportunity for Miracle Method to introduce our services to those professionals who maintain these facilities.

Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) July 21, 2014

Miracle Method will be exhibiting at the American Society of Healthcare Engineering Conference, (ASHE), August 3-5 in Chicago, IL. This National ASHE Conference attracts over 2,000 healthcare facility managers, project managers, and hospital executives. “Hospitals are beginning to recognize the advantages of using our services and the ASHE Conference represents an ideal opportunity for Miracle Method to introduce our services to those professionals who maintain these facilities,” says Don Dominick, VP National Accounts for Miracle Method.

Miracle Method will be demonstrating how its unique surface refinishing not only beautifies existing surfaces, but also helps combat the growth of bacteria on tile grout and shower pans. “Our refinishing process permanently seals grout which helps eliminates mold and mildew growth on tile walls and floors,” says Mike Blass, whose Miracle Method office has done extensive work for Lima Memorial Health Systems in Lima, OH.        

The nation’s largest surface refinishing company, Miracle Method’s process of refinishing existing surfaces vs. replacement can save a hospital up to 75% of the cost of replacement of bathtubs, tile walls and floors, and countertop surfaces. Their process works equally well on porcelain, ceramic tile, laminates, fiberglass, cultured marble and acrylic surfaces.

Following an introduction at the 2013 ASHE conference, Miracle Method was also instrumental in helping Mercy Medical Center in Dubuque, IA reduce renovation costs by refinishing tile walls and floors in patient bathrooms. “Everyone on the hospital staff was very impressed and pleased with the final result. The Miracle Method technicians were professional and their refinishing process saved us money over replacement. We will be having them back to do more,” says Tom Meyer, Director of Plant Engineering at Mercy Medical.

With 135 offices across the US and Canada, Miracle Method can provide its services to virtually any hospital. To learn more about Miracle Method and to read case studies, visit http://www.miraclemethod.com/commercial or call 800 444-8827.


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