What You Need to Know About Making Roof Coatings Work

Posted on: August 23rd, 2016

Maintaining a reliable, sturdy roof and scheduling any necessary roof repairs as soon as possible is a property owner or property manager’s greatest responsibilities. In most cases, quality roofing will last anywhere from 15 – 20 years and is a solid investment to make. However, some roofs can spring leaks in as little as 8 … continue reading

Building Cleaning: What the Outside of Your Building is Saying

Posted on: August 9th, 2016

When you are in the property management business, it is essential to keep your buildings looking clean and attractive. While most property managers hire professional cleaners to keep the inside of their buildings spotless, many forget that it is just as important to hire professionals to handle their exterior building maintenance needs. Cleaning the outside … continue reading

A (Brief) History of Concrete Construction

Posted on: July 25th, 2016

Concrete’s Place in Time While it’s true that use of components similar to modern concrete can be traced back over 3300 years, the science behind its design and application is ever-evolving. Viewed from this perspective, you could reasonably argue that concrete construction ranks among the most technologically-advanced building methods. The Earliest Concrete-Like Materials To truly … continue reading

When Should Cracks in Concrete Concern You?

Posted on: July 11th, 2016

Cracks in Concrete You’ve heard it all before: cracks in concrete are inevitable, and they’re common. While property owners may feel at ease over the state of their concrete, far too many unwittingly avoid addressing developing concrete issues that can eventually turn into major problems. What’s unfortunate about this is that many concrete replacement projects could … continue reading

Having Visible Masonry Inspected

Posted on: June 28th, 2016

Spotting the Signs Telling You that a Masonry Inspection is Long Overdue Properly installed and maintained masonry can give a structure a distinctly classic look. However, as is the case with all building materials, masonry brings with it its own unique set of issues to be dealt with. Poor care and maintenance can lead to … continue reading

Four Guidelines for Commercial Jobsite Safety

Posted on: June 14th, 2016

Staying Safe on the Job Commercial worksites contain a plethora of potential hazards. This is why it is so important to adhere to very high standards of commercial jobsite safety. Following these guidelines may help maintain safety for workers and passersby. Sufficient Planning Planning is one of the most crucial factors in jobsite safety. Before … continue reading

What Makes Concrete a Sustainable Building Material?

Posted on: May 31st, 2016

When you think of sustainable building materials, it’s likely that concrete isn’t one of the first that comes to mind. What’s great about concrete is it’s environmentally friendly no matter which phase it’s in, from creation to demolition. Commercial and industrial facility managers in need of eco-friendly construction materials will do well to swivel their … continue reading

Learn More About the Benefits of Concrete Floor Coatings

Posted on: May 25th, 2016

Commercial and industrial buildings that have concrete floors exposed to the elements should have the surfaces treated with a quality coating. Without such coatings, it’s likely that water will be able to work its way into the floor and cause advanced deterioration and corrosion. Not only is coating a great protective measure, it’s also decorative … continue reading

Brick Repointing: What Every Property Manager Should Know

Posted on: April 29th, 2016

The beautiful brick masonry that you see in the older buildings throughout New England was designed to withstand the test of time. If properly constructed and protected from the elements, these bricks can retain their integrity for hundreds of years. Water seepage in between the cracks of brick facades and structures is the greatest single … continue reading

Detect Building Envelope Problems with Condition Monitoring

Posted on: April 14th, 2016

Far too many property managers inadvertently choose to take a reactive approach when it comes to managing building envelope problems. They certainly don’t want problems to occur, yet aren’t actively searching for ways to prevent them. Granted, this can be a difficult task given that the exterior facades of the area’s buildings are constantly exposed … continue reading

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