Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) April 03, 2013
Miracle Method Surface Refinishing will be meeting owners and managers of off campus students housing properties at the 2013 InterFace Student Housing Conference in Austin, TX, April 10 - 12. Miracle Method has become a leading provider of surface refinishing solutions for college and university housing and is now expanding its services to off-campus housing owners as well.
Miracle Method will be demonstrating its latest surface refinishing technology to repair and update tile showers, laminate countertops and vanities, leaking shower pans and cultured marble and fiberglass surfaces. Problems faced by private off-campus student housing providers are not unlike those faced by on-campus facility managers. “A year of use in a dorm is like ten years at home,” says Joe Chaparro, former Special Projects Coordinator for Housing, Florida Atlantic University.
Facility managers who have turned to Miracle Method for solutions have found their process to cost a fraction of what it takes to retile leaking or out of date showers, update and repair kitchen countertops and bathroom vanities. Not only have they found the process more affordable, but faster. Miracle Method can put an apartment or residence hall room back service in 24 - 48 hours vs. weeks when replacement is involved.
Miracle Method most recently demonstrated its ability to save time and money for The Scion Group’s 33-East student property near East Carolina University in Greensville, NC. A total of 264 countertops were refinished vs. replacement. The Scion Group is the 11th largest owner of off campus student housing in the country.
With 127 offices across the US and Canada, Miracle Method can provide its services to owners and managers virtually any college campus. Miracle Method will not only attend this upcoming Interface Student Housing Conference, but APPA and ACUHO-I/APPA college facility manager conferences. To learn more about Miracle Method and to read case studies, log on to http://www.miraclemethod.com/collegehousing, or call 800 444-8827.