Whether you are a General Contractor looking for a qualified historic restoration subcontractor, an Architect or Designer seeking technical guidance or a Building Owner looking to update the look of your building, Mid America Metals can be the secret weapon on your next renovation, historic restoration or new construction project.

Our architectural refinishing services can restore items that would otherwise have to be replaced. This helps you finish projects on time and under budget.



Whether its restoring old terrazzo floors to a brilliant shine, rescuing bronze entrances or revitalizing a faded building façade, let Mid America Metals help update the look of your next project. Our skilled craftsman can help restore the beauty to your ornamental hard surfaces.

Our Metal Conversion System process can help modernize your bronze or brass surfaces. This simulated stainless steel finish transforms your building at a fraction of the cost of replacement.

Historic Restoration

Mid America Metals can work with a preservationist to develop an appropriate cleaning and restoration method to adhere to historic preservation standards. Our metal, wood and stone experts can help bring many historic surfaces back to life.

Visit our blog to read more about our work on the historic restoration of the Cincinnati Union Terminal.

New Construction

Upfront design consultation to help owners and architects understand the lifetime maintenance costs of specified architectural hard surfaces. We can also often restore items that would otherwise be budgeted for replacement.

We offer punch list assistance to correct damage caused during construction. If any metal pieces, wood pieces or stone surfaces are scratched during the course of the project, we may be able to remove the scratch and touch up the area to avoid the cost of replacement.


We understand the safety requirements of an active job site and adhere to all OSHA regulations.

Flexible Scheduling and Rapid Response

Most lead times and project demands can usually be accommodated.