Regular maintenance and cleaning of metallic surfaces saves on large repair costs in the future
Scott’s “guys”, as we like to call them, have continued to deliver eye pleasing work, both inside and out, on professional office buildings and properties throughout Connecticut.
A little TLC goes a long way. This entry way in Glastonbury, CT had a “facelift” on the aluminum trim of the glass “curtain wall” that welcomes visitors to the business complex. Keeping that first impression clean and “rust free” can go a long way towards “customer satisfaction”.
OFS has the right equipment and experience to get those hard-to-reach areas that may extend several stories up. We also keep a clean worksite and stay “out of the way” as much as possible, to minimize impact on a building’s foot traffic while we work.
Inside Job. It’s actually nice to work inside this time of year – we’re sure Scott’s “guys” would agree! Brass, stainless steel and other metal surfaces can get tarnished over time and look dull. Fingerprints, smudges, and small abrasions can have a subtle, but negative impact on a visitor’s impression of the building.
Entryways, indoor trim, and elevators offer little details that people get very “close to” when accessing tenants and professional office space. The brass metalwork of The Union Residences at 205 Church Street in New Haven, CT came out polished and beautiful after recent OFS restoration and maintenance services.