Extend The Life Of Your Commercial Roofing By Having A Protective Coating Applied

Posted on: 14 March 2022
If your building has an old metal roof that's getting rusty or leaky, you may be thinking of getting a new roof. However, you may hate the thought of the expense and disruption associated with tearing off an old metal roof and putting on a new one. A possible solution is to apply a spray-on roof coating. A coating could extend the life of your commercial roofing for several more years and make your roof more attractive too.
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Protect Your Business Assets With Commercial Flood Damage Restoration

Posted on: 3 March 2022
Few things are worse for a business than an unexpected flood. Whether you run a restaurant or a large retail establishment, commercial flood damage mitigation will help you get back to work quickly. You want to make sure that any water that gets into your building is removed, including water that seeps into carpets, walls, and hidden cracks. Restoration specialists identify where the water damage is, what can be cleaned, and what needs to be thrown away.
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Fire Damage: What It Entails And Repair Services

Posted on: 1 March 2022
If you have ever seen a building razed down by a fire, you know how devastating it can be. And fire-related incidents don't just destroy properties; they also cause injuries and fatalities. There were3,515 fire deaths in 2019. The catastrophic outcomes associated with fires are why experts advise you take the steps required to protect your property and loved ones, including creating a fire escape plan and installing smoke alarms. Otherwise, you risk fire damage, or worse.
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Tiled Bathroom Wall Water Damage Identification And Restoration

Posted on: 28 February 2022
Although tile looks great when installed in a shower or bathtub surround, it eventually will need water damage restoration. After years of use and being subjected to moisture, water will get through the tile's grout and damage the wallboard behind it. Determining if a Tile Bathroom Wall Has Water Damage  While necessary for human life, for building materials water is inherently corrosive, leaves behind an unsightly mineral scale, and its lingering presence leads to mold and mildew problems.
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