The new Class I bronze anodized aluminum storefront window frames and anodized aluminum doors on this large construction project in Rockledge, Florida were oxidized and acid etched during construction. The factory finished anodized aluminum surface finish was acid burned, blemished and stained whitish gray with lime contaminated debris, acidic water and stucco overspray. The stucco contractor failed to tape the window frame perimeter edge correctly allowing acidic stucco to leech onto the fragile bronze anodic layer. The anodized aluminum new construction project was compromised by the stucco and lime residue, white stucco splatter, scarring and acid burns.
York Property Company
Solution: The General Contractor contracted us to clean,
repair and restore the damaged, oxidized and acid etched bronze anodized aluminum
window frames. We removed the acid burns and white colored stains on the
new anodized aluminum window frame sections as if they had not been
acid etched, stained or damaged. The architect specified that we repair the acid etching damage and return the anodized aluminum to the original condition. The bronze anodized aluminum looked new and clean
when the anodized aluminum construction cleaning and anodized aluminum
stucco and acid etching removal program was complete.
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