res·to·ra·tion /ˌrestəˈrāSH(ə)n/ noun
1. the action of returning something to a former owner, place, or condition.
Under normal circumstances, GFRC surfaces will provide the user with many years of enjoyment. Proper care and maintenance guides should have been provided by your fabricator to maintain the integrity of the factory finish. Restoration typically takes place within 2 to 5 years after the original install, sometimes longer, most times not. GFRC restoration and cleaning services may be required over time as the material ages and becomes soiled due to environmental contaminates, accidental damage or lack of proper use and care. Depending on the intended function, you're probably ready to have the material restored to its original luster.
Commercial and residential clients choose GCP for restoration services because of our backgrounds in GFRC fabrication and finish. When GFRC products are produced, the material will be removed from their forms and required to go through a finish process. This finish process is extensive. Lifting GFRC material out of forms puts a lot of stress on the material. Cracks appear, edges bleed out, chips and holes need to be filled, color needs to be corrected and finish adjusted to be consistent throughout. GCP craftsmen have fabrication and finish manufacturing experience. Now, out of the shop and into the field we take that experience to your home or commercial space and return your GFRC material to its original, intended finish.
Commercial and Residential clients choose us for the following.
- Architectural Restoration
- Kitchen & Bath Resurfacing, Scratch & Stain Removal
- Seam & Joint Repair
- Historic Conservation & Restoration
- Vandalism Removal
- Ongoing Maintenance Services (includes training for janitorial staff on recommended products & cleaning)
GFRC restoration services begin with your call. With the project address, the name of the fabricator who manufactured the material and photos of the work needed to be done, we'll be able to quote and schedule your repair.. For projects with a large amount of work, or when records of the manufacturer are no longer available, we'll need to arrange a lead craftsmen to visit the site to properly diagnose the scope of work. Either way, restoration work can take place efficiently, leaving minimal impact on your commercial or residential environment and quickly restore the finish quality of your GFRC products.