Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) June 30, 2014
Miracle Method, the nation’s leading provider of surface refinishing solutions for colleges, universities, and K-12 schools, will help celebrate APPA’s 100th anniversary at the annual APPA College Facility Conference and Exposition in San Diego, California. Miracle Method Surface Refinishing repairs and renews leaking shower pans, outdated tile walls and floors, damaged laminate countertops and vanities, and worn concrete floors in residence halls and academic and athletic facilities.
The Miracle Method process can save schools up to 75% over replacement costs, without messy time-consuming renovation. “We can return a community shower to service in as little as three days, as opposed to weeks for removing and replacing tile,” says Don Dominick, VP of National Accounts for Miracle Method. “And our process permanently seals tile grout, making it mold- and mildew-resistant and easier to maintain.”
The 100-year conference will be held July 21-23, 2014, at the Sheraton Harbor Island Resort and Marina, where APPA is expecting a record turnout of facilities officers, directors and managers to celebrate ten decades of improving educational facilities and learning environments. APPA is made up of management professionals who oversee facility maintenance at colleges, universities and K-12 school districts.
Miracle Method has been named an APPA Strategic Business Partner by virtue of its level of participation in APPA projects and programs. “As our relationship with APPA members continues to grow, so has our work on campuses across the country,” explains Dominick, “and we intend to maintain our commitment to the APPA for years to come.”
With 135 franchises across the US and Canada, Miracle Method can provide its services to virtually any college campus. As a Strategic Partner, Miracle Method not only attends APPA’s national conference, but a number of its regional events as well. To learn more about Miracle Method and to read college case studies, visit http://www.miraclemethod.com/collegehousing, or call 800 444-8827.