Does your concrete countertop look dull and worn out? Is the finish inconsistent, peeling or badly stained? Mend Restoration is pleased to offer on-site refinishing and sealing to bring your concrete countertop back to life.
The St. Patricks Cathedral utilized the Rotec Vortex to clean the antique marble. This method was chosen because it is very gentle on the stone, and works with friction as well as minor abrasion (crushed glass) to clean the soft marble without harming it. Link to a restoration of the St Patrick Cathedral in New York City using the Rotec Vortex http://vimeo.com/71035329
Mend was asked about removing efflorescence from the concrete block facade at the Selkirk Montessori in Victoria, BC. Sand blasting was not an option, as it would blow out the mortar in between the blocks, and pressure washing did not touch the problem areas. We showed up with our Rotec Vortex system and successfully removed the efflorescence that was seeping from the lime based mortar in quick fashion.
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.
The transformation of the Douglas Hotel into the Hotel Rialto is recognized as an important step in revitalizing Victoria’s downtown core. The original façade incorporated 11 columns in two sizes that were clad with white glazed terracotta tiles.
Last month the Shannon brothers completed a week long training program in Baltimore for the Jahn certification program. These set of tools, add to Mends arsenal of techniques, products and knowledge base.
Nolan Mayrhofer from Szolyd Development was recently interview and featured in Concrete Decor Magazine. Follow the link to see the article. http://www.concretedecor.net/decorativeconcretearticles/vol-13-no-5-july-2013/nolan-mayrhofer-szolyd-development-corp/