Mend joins the Szolyd group of companies

by Nolan Mayrhofer in heritage restoration, stone cleaning | 0 comments

Mend has officially been launched and joins Victoria Stone Design and Szolyd Development.  Our team continues to grow and we expand our reach into full heritage restoration, a perfect fit.

Szolyd Development is proud to announce the addition of Mend Restoration Corp to our group of companies. Using the most innovative and green technology we will be able to safely clean and restore all stone, wood, brick, and metal surfaces using the Rotec Vortex. Our primary focus will be historical and commercial restoration but will be able to facilitate any size project.
Using the technology of the Rotec Vortex we can now restore surfaces back to their original state using a non-aggressive and chemical free procedure. Current processes such as sandblasting and pressure washing can cause permanent damage on the surface they are intending to clean. These high pressure systems remove structural material and details and oversaturate stone leading to further water damage and leave behind unsightly markings. The Vortex technology uses a low pressure system with natural mediums that have no negative impact on the surface, or on the environment. Other restoration systems/processes require toxic chemicals that can cause streaking, leaching and uneven results. We are now offering a sustainable solution. Our team of restoration masons are trained in the most current heritage philosophies and techniques. Mend can analyze facade status and formulate a plan based on budget, aesthetics, and longevity.
Mend Restoration intends on changing the face of restoration and enhancing the existing architecture of our cities. We look forward to working with and caring for these beautiful and meaningful structures to ensure they are around for future generations to enjoy. If you have a project that you feel would benefit from our services, please do not hesitate to contact us. We have received extremely positive feedback and are booking now for the summer of 2014.
Here’s Chris talking about the Rotec Vortex and it’s applications.

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