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Top Reasons To Repaint Your Commercial Property

on Sep 21, 2020 11:00:00 AM By | Kevin Hughes | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Maintenance Coatings
The total size of a commercial building has been trending up. The average size was around 16,300 square feet in the 1990s compared to 19,000 in the 2000s. EIA research shows size still rising as recently as 2012. With larger buildings representing nearly 20% of commercial stock, odds are growing that any one business will be in a bigger space. While a newer building means better construction techniques and more durable materials, it also means costs associated with square footage.
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Is Pressure Washing Necessary For Your HOA Community

on Aug 12, 2020 10:04:40 AM By | Jason Parker | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Maintenance HOA
Residents might fall in love with a community at first, but what keeps them around when the initial thrill has worn off? One big contributor is overlooked by HOAs all too often: The level of care and attention taken in the upkeep of buildings, pathways, and amenities for the money paid.
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How Often Should Your Office Building Get A Thorough Cleaning

on Jun 23, 2020 3:35:08 PM By | Kevin Hughes | 0 Comments | Maintenance Surface Prep commercial
Employees and customers alike are focused on cleanliness and sanitation. In truth, though, the average office building does not receive a thorough cleaning often enough.
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Steps You Can Take To Keep Your Workforce Healthy

on May 18, 2020 4:30:00 PM By | Jason Parker | 0 Comments | Maintenance Industrial Projects Safety
Health and safety are on everyone’s minds as businesses reopen. Leaders at commercial and industrial workplaces can take steps to protect their employees and the public. The more employers take action, the easier it will be to maintain the state’s progress against coronavirus while ensuring businesses can continue operating.
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Understanding What Corrosion and Salt Spray Can Do To Your Apartment Complex

on Feb 14, 2020 3:23:30 PM By | Litton Parker | 0 Comments | Waterproofing Maintenance HOA
Recently, much attention has been given to the power of sea air and salt spray to erode centuries-old historical buildings. Articles are proliferating on the future of the Coliseum in Rome and other important landmarks vulnerable to deterioration through salt-rich water droplets carried by wind.
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How Often Should You Paint Your Rental Properties?

on Jun 26, 2019 11:39:58 AM By | Kevin Hughes | 0 Comments | Maintenance HOA Coatings
Deciding when to paint your rental properties is often a matter of preference rather than necessity. Unless you have had some particularly destructive tenants, paint isn't usually required every time you have turnover. If you're undecided, use this guide to determine whether or not the time is right to paint your rental home. 
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Things to Consider When Painting Your Rental Home

on Jun 17, 2019 6:12:00 PM By | Kevin Hughes | 0 Comments | Maintenance HOA Coatings
Landlords are constantly working to balance the cost of maintaining their rental homes with the necessities of maintenance to keeping their tenants happy. One of the most common tasks that landlords face is deciding when and how to paint a rental home between leases. This decision is crucial to maximizing profits and keeping the property rented most of the time. Here are a few things to consider when you set out to paint your rental home.
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Handling Wet and Dry Rot in Commercial Properties

on Mar 20, 2019 3:33:00 PM By | Meagan Adolphson | 3 Comments | Commercial Painting Waterproofing Maintenance
If you are ready to invest in getting your commercial property painted, it's important to know what your building needs. What areas of damage do you have? What parts of your building are peeling or faded? Take the time to find out. 
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Fixing Concrete Block Painting That Has Failed

on Feb 16, 2019 11:29:00 AM By | Jason Parker | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Maintenance
 Nothing is more irritating then commissioning a project just to be disappointed with the end result. If you've had your facility's concrete block painted recently and you are starting to notice that the paint is chipping, fading, or cracking, the job may have been done incorrectly. 
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