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If you’ve ever opened the door to your building and found wet ceilings or water puddled on the floor, you know the panic that can ensue. Especially if your building is historic, where even a small water leak can lead to major repairs.

Posted August 14, 2017

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For facilities managers and owners of commercial buildings, it’s important to understand the different types of work that may be required to maintain your building. So, in this blog we’re going to discuss sandblasting.

Posted August 7, 2017

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Picking a paint color for your commercial building can seem overwhelming, because you want to make a good impression on your customers and look professional.

Posted July 31, 2017

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The discovery of a masonry crack on your building or home can be unsettling. Often homeowners begin questioning whether it’s a sign of a bigger problem, such as foundation issues.

Posted July 24, 2017

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Springtime brings storms and rain, which means it’s common to discover leaky windows.
So, what do you do if you find water pooled around windows after a storm? Here are a few questions to ask to help pinpoint the cause.

Posted July 17, 2017

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As stated in a previous blog, all brickwork needs maintenance and repair at some point. Whether it’s an issue of receding grout or cracks running through the grout lines, problems involving your brickwork need to be resolved quickly and effectively.

Posted July 10, 2017

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Extreme summer temperatures can create maintenance challenges for commercial structures, but preventative maintenance saves money in the long run. To stay ahead of the wear and tear of high temperatures, use this handy checklist.

Posted July 3, 2017

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The secret to a long-lasting building is regular maintenance. Ignoring small repairs and cleaning leads to expensive problems. Here are a few of the most important maintenance tasks that can keep your building in good condition. Cleaning Over time, any building will collect dirt naturally. The Oklahoma wind drives dirt into the walls of your…

Posted June 26, 2017

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If you own a building, there are two challenges when it comes to the exterior. The outside of your building must be attractive, but it also must be protected against the elements. Water is the enemy when it comes to masonry surfaces like concrete, stucco and EIFS. And those are the most commonly-used materials for…

Posted June 19, 2017

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Stucco and EIFS are very popular types of veneers in commercial construction. Unfortunately, they’re vulnerable to hail, and Oklahoma has plenty of hail to go around. As we head deeper into the storm season, it’s important to know the damage that hail can cause, and how it can be repaired. Any damage to the surface…

Posted June 12, 2017

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