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10 Questions to Ask Your Retail Construction Manager

10 Questions to Ask Your Retail Construction Manager

If you are ready to start or expand your retail business, hiring the right contractor to build your dream is important. With these 10 questions, you will have the tools you need to find the best fit for your retail project needs. What kinds of projects have you worked...

What are the 8 Types of Commercial Construction?

What are the 8 Types of Commercial Construction?

Commercial construction isn't limited to towering highrises or massive warehouses. A commercial construction project can be as small as a standalone fast-food restaurant or as complex as a hospital. The intended purpose of the facility will largely determine the...

Is Vinyl Planking Right for My Business?

Is Vinyl Planking Right for My Business?

Commercial businesses receive a lot of foot traffic, much more than residential homes. Businesses must also contend with heavy machinery, package deliveries, and heavy furniture throughout the establishment. Any flooring in a commercial business will be put through...

Trust Our Subcontractors with Your Commercial Remodel

Trust Our Subcontractors with Your Commercial Remodel

Remodeling your business can be stressful. Keeping daily operations running smoothly amid a remodel is difficult for a business owner. Customers may complain about the noise or reduced inventory, or your staff may feel stressed not having full access to the entire...

Upgrading to Energy Efficient Windows

Upgrading to Energy Efficient Windows

The monthly heating and cooling bills for a commercial business can be a major expense. During the hot summer months, the cost for keeping a large open space cool can be exorbitant. Keeping customers comfortable is important because otherwise, they may not want to...

Stuffed in Insulation

Stuffed in Insulation

Business owners sometimes dread opening their utility bill during the hot summer and cold winter months. Keeping a large, open space adequately cool or warm takes a lot of energy. Rather than making your customers uncomfortable by keeping your establishment too warm...

Rising Temperatures and Cooling Parking Lots

Rising Temperatures and Cooling Parking Lots

There is no denying that the summer heat can be oppressive. No matter where in the United States you are located, every summer feels like stepping into an oven. As a business owner, the comfort of your customers is your number one priority. After all, a happy customer...

Mold Remediation for Commercial Businesses

Mold Remediation for Commercial Businesses

The dreaded M word, mold, is something that no business owner wants to hear. Finding mold on your commercial property means that you have a moisture problem. Mold grows in damp conditions over time, and some forms of mold are potentially deadly. As a business owner,...

Steel Buildings Save on the Rising Cost of Lumber

Steel Buildings Save on the Rising Cost of Lumber

Commercial buildings are built on a larger scale than residential buildings. Historically, steel buildings have been more expensive to construct because of the low cost of lumber. In recent years however, the cost of lumber has skyrocketed due to supply chain...

Energy Efficiency Upgrades to Commercial Buildings

Energy Efficiency Upgrades to Commercial Buildings

Normally most retail businesses run on a lean profit margin. Losing precious profits to lost energy costs is detrimental to your bottom line. Commercial buildings are found to waste up to 30% of their generated energy. Performing energy efficiency updates to your...

Eco-Friendly Commercial Construction Designs

Eco-Friendly Commercial Construction Designs

Going green is at the forefront of every consumer’s mind. Customers are more likely to choose a company with a small carbon footprint than one that ignores what’s best for the environment. Eco-friendly commercial construction designs are easy to implement during a...

A Pest is Asbestos

A Pest is Asbestos

Through a large media campaign, the public is well aware of how dangerous asbestos is. Breathing in asbestos fibers over time is known to cause mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases. Asbestos was commonly used in building materials between the 1930’s and...