3 Tips To Keep Customers Coming In During A Nearby Road Construction Project

If the road in front of your business is currently being worked on, you are probably looking forward to being able to enjoy a newer and nicer road for yourself and your patrons to drive on. However, you might be worried about losing business in the meantime. This is a legitimate concern, since a lot of people try to stay away from -- or at least quickly get out of -- road construction areas as much as possible. [Read More]

Understanding The Three Types Of Concrete Slab Joints

As your new concrete slab is poured for your commercial building remodel, it is essential that you understand the three different types of concrete joints that will be used and their purpose. These concrete joint types are: construction joints contraction joints isolation joints Here is some information about each type of concrete joint to help you understand their necessity, use, and how they are created: [Read More]

Three Things You Can Do To Protect Your Commercial Roof

If you are like a lot of people who run businesses, you might have a lot on your plate on a daily basis. You may never think about your roof, but doing so can help you prevent damage to your products and injury to your employees. Not only that, but if you have problems with your roof, you could have trouble securing insurance for your business. Here are some things you should be doing to make sure your roof stays in good shape. [Read More]

Three Ways To Winterize Your AC Unit

Other than turning the unit off for the winter (which not only saves energy but also prevents damage that can occur if the unit runs in cool weather), you may be wondering if there are certain steps you should take in the fall to help your AC unit survive the winter in good condition. Here are three ways to help ensure that your unit stays fully operational over the winter and doesn't require unexpected repairs before you can use it in the spring. [Read More]