Serving industries throughout the Eastern United States for over 40 years
Why Commercial Metal Polishing?
Our company, established in 1973, has been the top choice for polishing projects. Commercial Metal Polishing has offered quality work to many well-known companies throughout Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, and Delaware. Our team has extensive experience working with biotechnical, pharmaceutical, and food finish-related projects.
Ensure your commercial or industrial metal project is completed properly when you turn to Commercial Metal Polishing for polishing, blasting, painting, and plating services. Our team has the experience and knowledge to get the job done correctly and on time.
Whether you're looking for painting or blasting, our full-service metal polishing shop, CMP in Pennsylvania, has your metal finishing needs covered. For more than four decades, Commercial Metal Polishing has handled commercial and industrial projects of all sizes.
At Commercial Metal Polishing, we understand that you need proof of the quality work available. View our gallery to see a sampling of our past projects.
What is the difference between gold plate and gold flash? Gold plate must have a minimum thickness of 0.5 microns. Gold flash, also known as gold wash, is an exceptionally thin layer of gold plate which is no less than 1.75 microns thick. ... See MoreSee Less
Do you ever put off redecorating or remodeling your home because of the cost involved with changing out all the metal fixtures in your home? Let’s talk about which fixtures you’re changing and whether they’re good candidates for metal plating. ... See MoreSee Less
Powder coating is a finishing process that results in a decorative finish similar to paint, although it is more durable and generally longer lasting. Powder coating involves the melting of dry plastic powder onto a metal surface. This can create a matte, glossy, or textured finish that is highly durable. ... See MoreSee Less
If you have items on which the chrome is peeling, this is most likely due to poor craftsmanship. We are experts at repairing damaged chrome. Once we complete the process, the chrome will never peel. ... See MoreSee Less