If your business environment is in need of new flooring or you’re looking for benefits that beat what your current material has to offer, consider commercial rubber flooring. This choice gives strength, durability and versatility to fit the needs of a variety of commercial and industrial settings. Installing this material in your facility provides your business with an array of benefits.
Keeping your facility clean helps your employees be more productive while promoting the correct image of your company to the local community. Yet many times, maintenance managers overlook one of the most important aspects of their building’s maintenance — window cleaning. While your existing maintenance crew can maintain cleaned windows with a wipe down from time to time, to ensure your buildings are truly clean, you need the services of a skilled window washing company.
If you think that only residential homes have to worry about water damage in our nation’s capital, think again — commercial buildings and properties in Washington DC are arguably just as much at risk. Although common, water damage isn’t something that anyone finds welcoming. That’s because it can ruin a facility’s contents, jeopardize its structural integrity, and, perhaps worst of all, force a commercial establishment to close shop until the issue is resolved — something that can lead to a loss of revenue and possibly even lost customers.
For some, the decision to choose a commercial landscaper boils down to the rates that it charges, the speed with which it can work, or some other relatively minor factor. However, your company’s landscape says a lot about your brand, which means that it is vital to choose a landscaping service that will work wonders with your outdoor spaces. To that end, here are some tips that will help you select the most qualified landscaping company.
An office renovation is difficult enough. Between finding a temporary place for your workforce to laying out a budget and planning the project, you don’t need to deal with the added stress of a strained relationship between you and your contractor. Use these tips to help your company develop a great working relationship with your preferred contractor.
It may seem that one Maryland snow removal company would be like any other, right? All they need to do is show up with a couple of snowplows and clear your property. The truth is, however, just like choosing a heating contractor or a plumber, you need to take your time before hiring someone. Here are some tips that will help you make the right choice.
Properly maintaining a commercial roof can extend the life of the roof, of course. However, a well-maintained roof can also prevent interior damage to the building, too — since it can help reduce the chance of water damage or environmental exposure. One of the most challenging aspects for a building owner or manager is trying to determine when a roof needs professional care or repair. We’ve put together a commercial roofing checklist to help you determine when you need to call us for roofing maintenance. Use this list when conducting a self-inspection, and you’ll better understand when it’s time for professional assistance.
Perhaps the floors in your office are worn or maybe your building needs a stylish update that reflects your company’s branding. Before making a decision — and before calling your general commercial contractor — take a moment to consider the latest trends in commercial flooring. The most popular trends include reclaimed hardwoods, epoxy-based terrazzo and vinyl composite tile. Each option gives you the chance to not only install a durable floor, but also a floor covering that reflects your company’s branding. If you want to learn a little more about these materials, here is a quick overview of each:
It has been a tough few years for the commercial construction and innovation industry, but it’s becoming more and more apparent it’s on the upswing. During and immediately following the economic crash of 2008, you didn’t have to travel too far before coming across a stalled project that reflected the economic reality of the time. By comparison, 2015 saw construction sites humming to life, properties getting snatched, and real estate values increasing more quickly than in recent history. Continue reading
Energy costs can take a huge bite out of your bottom line.This includes not only your heating and cooling costs, but also your office’s lighting, equipment and more. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the majority of businesses could save between 2 and 10 percent of their energy costs by implementing a stronger energy management policy. Upgrades to lighting and HVAC systems can save up to 30 percent on your energy budget. Buildings that have earned the Energy Star rating use 35 percent less energy on average, and they come with numerous other benefits, including: