PROFESSIONAL ACOUSTICAL CEILING & HARD SURFACE CLEANING/RESTORATION
Ceiling Pro products, equipment and cleaning techniques are being used worldwide by trained technicians on a variety of unusual fabrics and surfaces, insuring that you our customer, are always being provided with the most up-to-date cleaning methods available.
We leave no surface untouched!
Our Services Include
Complete Ceiling Restoration
Industrial Facilities, manufacturing and Factory Cleaning
Fire and Water Restoration
Construction Final Cleans
Kitchen/cafeteria clean ups
Walls-Vinyl Wall Covering, Tile, Wood and Brick
Complete Floor Care-Scrubbing, Stripping, Sealing and Waxing
Clean Furnishings-Dividers, Panels Chairs etc.
Why acoustical recoat? What does it do for my project?
Restores aged, discolored, or mismatched ceiling tile.
Ceiling tiles retain their fire rating
Eliminates Asbestos Concerns
Improves noise reduction
No Business Interruption
Improved Light Reflectance
Tint Acoustical Recoat to match an existing color or to change the ceiling color completely
Easy cleanup, soap and water
Quick drying – no odor
Frequently Asked Questions
When should I recoat my ceiling?
Some ceilings are beyond cleaning, or they are highly textured and do not clean well. “Acoustical Recoat ” gives the owner an alternative to replacing expensive tile that can’t be cleaned.
Is recoating my ceiling? Will it disrupt my business?
Acoustical Recoat is long lasting, it allows years between treatment. It blends so easily that you can do part one day and take up where you left off the next day or next week without overlap showing. There is a low volume of fallout from overspray. All of these things contribute to easing business disruptions.
How is Acoustical Recoat better than a regular clean?
Acoustical Recoat is scientifically formulated coating that actually restores acoustical tiles to their original function and beauty.
Why not use standard paint?
Painting results in tiles being stuck to t-bars and frequently causes tiles to bow or warp with changes in temperature or humidity. Dirt on painted surfaces will bleed through and yellow the paint. Not only is the odor of paint objectionable, but the acoustical properties of tiles are more likely to be damaged by paint. Painted ceilings often can’t be cleaned.
Why not just replace them?
Replacement costs would be considerably greater, when you consider the cost of tile and include disposal (land-fill) cost! Compared to replacement recoating will be a substantial budget stretching decision!
Replacing tiles will not eliminate the problem, discolored grids and t-bars still need to be dealt with.
With recoating, metal or plastic grid is renewed. Vents, speakers, and other non-vital ceiling fixtures can be coated for a uniform appearance.