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Commercial Metal Cleaning Services

11 Mar2016
Metal Cleaning


Have you looked at your metal surfaces lately? Are they dull? Stained? When you own commercial property, it can be hard to stay on top of the necessary maintenance and cleaning required to give your building the curb appeal and professional edge to keep clients interested, employees happy, and business booming. Attention to detail is a must when you are analyzing the needs of your commercial space. Don’t have a keen eye for maintenance? Don’t worry, at KEVCO, we do. Learn more about our metal cleaning services below.

Why Does my Metal Need Cleaning?

There are a number of reasons why your metal surfaces may be dirty, dull or stained. Calcium and lime deposits are common culprits of natural deterioration on metal surfaces. Metal surfaces in high traffic areas also suffer damage from heavy fingerprints, dirt and more. Your metal surfaces need cleaning on a regular basis if you want to preserve their beauty and integrity while preventing further deterioration.

Metal Cleaning Services

Our highly trained and qualified Metal/Duranodic experts provide the best metal cleaning services in the industry. We specialize in assessing your metal surfaces for stains, removing them, and sealing the surfaces to prevent further damage. Hiring a professional is the safest, most cost-effective way to effectively clean those hard to reach metal surfaces (like elevators) and keep your property shining. Our metal cleaning services include:

  • Brass Handrails
  • Entryways
  • Silver Anodized Window Frames
  • Elevator Doors
  • Bronze Duranodic Frames
  • Architectural Panels

Is your commercial property ready for Spring? In addition to metal cleaning, we also provide window cleaning, pressure washing, and parking garage cleanup services.

For more information on KEVCO’s metal cleaning services in the D.C., MD, and VA areas call 800.315.3444 today. Click here for a Commercial special offer on your next exterior maintenance service!

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