As a Realtor, you stay informed about the latest home improvement services in your area so you can recommend the best improvements to help clients sell their homes or commercial units. Your clients deserve the highest quality and most economical upgrades to give their properties their best curb appeal.
When a new restoration and improvement service comes along that can save your clients money, time, and spare them the inconvenience of major renovations, you want to know about it.
As the owner of 1st-Service, I’m here to introduce you to a remarkable new service that can enhance the beauty of both residential and commercial properties.
Aluminum Door and Window Frame Restoration
New Processes and Products make a difference:
Our professional process and specially designed coatings can bring aged, faded, chalked, or dulled anodized aluminum framing back to life. That original clean bright metallic look can and should be restored, not painted over or replaced.
For properties built 15 or more years ago, such degradation on anodized windows and door frames is common as this durable material gets attacked by the elements. The effect on the surface can be difficult to reverse and most property owners have no idea there is a way to fix it, until now.
Yes, we can restore, protect, and preserve most aluminum storefront window and door framing, or residential window, patio door, or facade panel, inexpensively to save your clients budget and avoid the hassle of major replacement or re-construction.
It can look amazing again!
Let us show you
...how our coatings are far superior to paint, lacquer, or other finishes.
We offer free samples to demonstrate how dramatic the improvement can be...
to give you confidence it will look the way you want it, on your building.
We can apply our renewal process to a back window or small discrete area for the owner to experience for themselves. There is no better way to make sure our service is the right choice.
Once you have seen how good it looks, you will be excited to share it with your clients as an opportunity to improve their properties’ curb appeal.