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

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Miracle Method Surface Refinishing will be attending its first American Society of Healthcare Engineering Conference, (ASHE), July 15- 18 in San Antonio, TX. Miracle Method will be demonstrating its latest surface refinishing germ prevention technology for tile showers, leaking terrazzo shower pans, cultured marble vanities and laminate countertops.

We look forward to introducing ourselves to the members of ASHE. Our process is used by every major hotel chain, and by colleges and universities across the country and by attending this conference we are broadening our base.

Miracle Method Surface Refinishing will be introducing its latest surface refinishing germ prevention technology for tile showers, leaking terrazzo shower pans, cultured marble vanities and laminate countertops at the American Society of Healthcare Engineering Conference, (ASHE), July 15- 18, in San Antonio, TX.

This will be the first ASHE Conference attended by Miracle Method. “Our growing work with hospitals has been the result of referrals from hospital facility managers. Attending this conference will give us the opportunity to demonstrate our money saving refinishing process to health care decision makers,” says Chuck Pistor, President of Miracle Method. The ASHE Conference will attract some 1,900 healthcare facility managers, project managers, and hospital executives.

Miracle Method is the nation’s largest surface refinishing network. Their 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. Miracle Method also saves time. To refinish the major surfaces in a hospital room, from laminate windowsills to tile floors, from laminate vanities to porcelain bathtubs takes three days, vs. weeks for conventional remodeling.

An added benefit of the Miracle Method’s refinishing process is the sealing of cracks, seams and grout that can harbor dirt, germs, mold and mildew. Tile floors and walls with grout lines are major offenders and require constant cleaning. “Our refinishing process permanently seals grout eliminating moisture retention which keeps mold, mildew and bacteria from having a moist environment to form,” says Eddie Naro whose Miracle Method office has done extensive work for Christus Spohn Hospitals in south Texas. “We not only upgraded the look of the patient rooms, but enhanced the hospital’s day to day germ control program,” added Naro.

“We look forward to introducing ourselves to the members of ASHE. Our process is used by every major hotel chain, and by colleges and universities across the country and by attending this conference we are broadening our base,” say Pistor.

With 125 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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