Miracle Method Surface Refinishing Impresses at the American Society of Healthcare Engineering Conference
Miracle Method Surface Refinishing exhibited at the American Society of Healthcare Engineering Conference (ASHE) August 3-5 in Chicago, IL. The company demonstrated its latest surface refinishing processes as well as its infection control technology for tile showers, leaking shower pans, cultured marble vanities, and laminate countertops.
Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) August 28, 2014
For the third consecutive year, Miracle Method Surface Refinishing exhibited at the American Society of Healthcare Engineering Conference (ASHE). More than 2,000 healthcare facility managers, project managers, and hospital executives attended the National ASHE Conference August 3-5 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL.
The ability to upgrade and permanently seal tile grout using Miracle Method's surface refinishing process generated a great deal of interest. “While the end result of our process is attractive, durable, and cost effective, there are additional—and perhaps even greater—advantages for the healthcare industry,” says Don Dominick, VP of National Accounts for Miracle Method. “The sealed grout actually contributes to a hospital's Infection Control Program by eliminating mold and mildew growth on tile walls and floors.”
With more than 130 conference attendees visiting their booth, 47 Miracle Method offices will be following up with healthcare facility managers across the country to try to meet their needs. Many of Miracle Method’s current customers visited the booth, as well, including Charles Franklin, Director of Engineering Services for the Regional Medical Center at Memphis. “Learning about Miracle Method is the most significant thing I have brought back from an ASHE Conference in over 28 years,” said Franklin.
The nation’s largest surface refinishing company, Miracle Method can save a hospital up to 75% over the cost of replacing bathtubs, tile walls and floors, and countertop surfaces. Their process works equally well on porcelain, ceramic tile, laminates, fiberglass, cultured marble, and acrylic surfaces. “Healthcare facilities are beginning to recognize the advantages of using our services,” adds Dominick. “The more hospital, senior living, and nursing home facility managers learn about Miracle Method, the more ways we find to serve the healthcare industry.”
With 135 franchise 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 888-741-3511.
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