Are Metal Buildings Energy-Friendly?

31 August 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

In the United States, millions of commercial and residential buildings represent a large portion of the country's energy consumption. This is why reducing building energy use has become a government concern and national effort. From the perspective of building owners and operators, energy efficiency is one way to maximize return on investments. In these goals of reducing energy consumption and increasing ROI from energy efficiency, metal buildings are among the topmost option. Read More 

Own A Building With Elevators? 3 Tips To Keep The Elevators Properly Maintained

18 July 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you own a building and it has elevators, you need to do what you can to keep the elevators maintained. This will increase the chances of the elevators working well so no one gets stuck in them. To help you, below are three maintenance tips so you can prevent problems from happening. Inspect Elevators Regularly You cannot do all inspections on the elevators, but there are some things you can check on a regular basis. Read More 

Waste Solutions For Construction Sites: 4 Options To Consider

2 June 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Whether you are doing a demo project or new construction, debris and trash can build up quickly. You need to make sure you have the right waste disposal solutions available at your job site. Use this guide to determine which options are right for your trash and debris disposal needs. 1. Roll-Off Dumpsters Roll-off dumpsters offer the strength and capacity to handle large amounts of construction debris, making them ideal for use at a variety of job sites. Read More 

5 Tips For Managing Your Oil Bill

10 April 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

One of the items you may use to stay warm during the winter month is oil. This may allow your home to feel comfortable when it's frigid outside and rely on oil heat is ideal. However, you may want to find effective ways of keeping your oil costs down and knowing tips to help you do so is perfect. Tip #1: Check the insulation in your home Taking time to ensure your property is well insulated is the first thing you will want to do to assist in lowering costs. Read More 

Why It’s Important To Keep The Garage Door At Your Rental Property In Good Shape

5 March 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As a landlord who has one or more properties that have garages, it is important for you not to ignore the garage doors in your rental properties. Even though it can be easy to do so when you have to worry about other maintenance and repairs, collecting rent and more, these are a few reasons why keeping the garage doors on your rental properties in good shape is so important. Read More