> what type of granite is it.Is the floor flat? What is the condition of the
> It sounds like a bear of a job.If they have been paying .60 a sq ft.you
> better make sure they have a defibrillator on hand when you send in your
> rate.All kidding aside sounds like this job is either the mother lode or
> pandoras box.
> On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 3:56 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I have been called by a new potential client who has 16,000 square feet
>> granite in the lobby of his building. He has had two of the biggist
>> in facilities maintenance handling his floor for the past two years. The
>> first outfit came in and crystalized. (told client he was receiving
>> diamond honing and polishing) Second group came in and just maintained
>> crystalized floor.(also claimed to be diamond grinding and polishing)
>> After our meeting, our potential client understands what has been done
>> the floor. Now, here is the issue I think we will all face with todays
>> market. I believe our new potential client has one of two options. 1.
>> Diamond grind off all crystalizer and repolish our way.(very labor
>> intensive= high cost per square foot) or we re-crystalize the floor and
>> maintain it until the economy improves. I was able to contact one of the
>> large maintenance companies and found out they charge 60 cents a square
>> foot to crystalize. Does anyone have a similar issue? How much would you
>> guys charge to do this? Am I on the right track? Thanks in advance for
>> your input.
>> Ron Moore
>> American Stone Care, Inc.
>> American Concrete Polishing, LLC.
>> American Restoration and Floor Care, LLC.
>> 16458 Lone Oak Place
>> Hamilton, VA. 20158
>> (877)338-5559 office
>> (301)602-2307 mobile
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