Call us now ! Send us an email http://maps.google.com/maps?q=4469 Bragdon st Indiana United States

Back to Top

Call Us Today!
317-536-0211

industrial area

Industrial Surface Cleaning in Indianapolis

American Clean & Seal handles industrial projects of all kinds including warehouses, industrial buildings and schools. We have over two decades of experience in the industry. Whether the area is brick, stone, block, concrete, aluminum, vinyl, wood or steel, our experience and chemical knowledge allows us to select and utilize detergents and cleaning compounds that are powerful yet safe, utilizing the most effective and efficient methods available. Our biodegradable chemicals have been used on thousands of buildings in Indiana, including Indiana's Historic Landmarks State Headquarters building (paint removal and masonry restoration).

Clean or Remove:

  • Airborne dirt
  • Atmospheric Carbon
  • Rust Stains
  • Mildew
  • Algae
  • Fungus
  • Construction Residue
  • Exhaust Residue
  • Industrial Pollutants
  • Weathering Discoloration
  • Efflorescence
  • Paint Chalking
  • Lime Stains
  • Fire and Smoke Residue
  • Coatings
  • Sealers
  • Paints
  • Adhesives
  • Mastics
  • Most Other Natural or Man‐Made Surface Stains/Materials

Surfaces We Specialize in Cleaning:

  • Brick
  • Block
  • Concrete
  • Exposed Aggregate
  • Precast Concrete
  • Stucco
  • Sandstone
  • Field Stone
  • Terra Cotta
  • Limestone
  • Granite
  • Slate
  • Swimming Pools
  • Roofing Materials
  • Clay Tiles
  • Asbestos Cement Compositions
  • Stainless Steel
  • Ferrous Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Vinyl or Wood Siding
  • Most Other Natural or Synthetic Surfaces
industrial floor

Concrete Restoration

American Clean & Seal is competent, skilled and technically staffed to handle your industrial painting and concrete resurfacing projects. This includes everything from single-coat systems to high performance 3 or 4 component coating systems. Our capabilities include highly technical surface preparation requirements based upon SSPC, NACE and ANSI specification, as well as technical removal, cleaning or encapsulation of lead-based paint or similar materials. If you would like to set up a free estimate, please contact us today.
worker in plant

Chemical Cleaning

There is no need to worry when you hire our team for chemical cleaning in Indianapolis. We take every precaution to keep you and your staff, facility and occupants safe when we have to utilize any chemical or an abrasive material. Some stains and residues will not respond to gentle cleaners or pressure washing. That is why chemical solutions are the answer in certain situations. Our team has experience removing dangerous difficult materials from hard surfaces. We know effective techniques to reduce damage and fully remove harmful and ugly contaminants containments from the industrial building sites.
Company truck in Plant

Industrial Warehouse Cleaning

We offer a variety of services for warehouse cleaning in Indianapolis. Sometimes all your surface needs is a high pressure washing to make the floors shine again. Occasionally, it takes more than that, and we have the solutions for those situations. Our methods are proven and safe for our team and our clients. We’ve done extensive research to find the products that give the best results. Hire our team for your warehouse cleaning project. We proudly serve the Indianapolis area and nearby Midwest cities. Contact us any time you need an industrial cleaning expert near Indianapolis. Our friendly associates are always willing to answer questions about our techniques, products and services. You can also call us for a free estimate!

Contact Information

American Clean & Seal

4469 Bragdon St.
Indianapolis, IN 46226

Phone: 317-536-0211

Business Hours

Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-4 p.m.

For Our Customers

Every picture on every page is of actual work we have performed – and we are proud of the results! On the Before & After page, click on a picture, then use the left and right arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate through the pictures. Close by hitting the "X." Don't miss the pictures on additional pages (2, 3, 4 ... )