Businesses across America have been hit with significant damage from riots and looting during the summer of 2020. That’s on top of lost revenues caused by shutdown orders enacted in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Facade restoration expert Roger Krick discusses refinishing and maintenance for commercial exteriors. Contact Mid America Specialty Services to learn more.
A year-and-a-half long renovation has breathed new life into the John Sevier State Office Building in Downtown Nashville. Contact us to learn more!
From three brothers with a passion for metal refinishing to a one-stop provider for all hard surface restoration, our first 35 years have paved the way for continued success at Mid America Specialty Services. Today, clients continue to trust our family-owned business for their building and maintenance needs.
Antimicrobial coatings inhibit pathogens while protecting surface appearance. Contact us for info on commercial metal refinishing and other services.
Boost patient satisfaction scores and overall patient experience with professional metal refinishing for your healthcare facilities. Contact us to learn more!
Stone floor refinishing can give your floors a higher slip coefficient for greater traction and lower slip and fall risk. Contact Mid America Specialty Services to learn more about improving stone floor safety throughout your facility.
Proactive maintenance for architectural surfaces & other assets boosts the value of your building & cuts repair bills later on. Learn about the benefits of a facility maintenance plan that includes a comprehensive service contract & contact us for more info.
Stone is unique. It will last you a lifetime, but it needs lots of TLC to do so.
That’s the advice of Vic LaRico, Stone Division Account Manager at Mid America Specialty Services.
Vic LaRico, Stone Division Account Manager for Mid America Specialty Services, gives an inside look at stone floor restoration work for the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis. An ongoing historic restoration project on this Midwestern landmark is set to wrap up by the end of 2019.