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Foundation Repairs: Understanding the Building Restoration Cost Factors

6 December 2017
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If the foundation beneath your home is damaged, you should commission immediate repairs. In general, this structure of the building is responsible for supporting the weight of the walls and the rest of the house. If the damage in the foundation is overlooked, the entire building could fall apart. Unfortunately, the cost of repairing a building can be significant, and the cumulative expenses can vary widely between different structures. Therefore, it is essential to understand the issues which will influence the restoration costs so that you can budget and plan efficiently. Read More …

What to Ask a Recycling Service You Hire for a Commercial Building

13 March 2017
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If you own or manage an office building, production facility, or warehouse, you may want to hire a recycling service in addition to your regular trash collector. This can help keep items out of landfills and cut down on the pollutants released when certain items decompose. Note a few important questions to ask a potential recycling service so you know you hire the right company, and know what's involved in using their services. Read More …

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How to Choose Fire Damage Contractors

Hi, my name is Sue. Last year we had a significant fire in our house. Luckily, nobody was hurt, but the damage that the fire and smoke did to our home was heartbreaking. We didn’t know where to start to get things cleaned up and restored. There was so much work to do and we didn’t feel confident about putting some things right ourselves. In the end, we hired specialist damage contractors to clean things up and get things back to how they were before the fire. We spent a fair amount of time choosing contractors — it’s important to find a company that has the skills you need at a fair price. I started this site to pass on some of the things we learned when we were choosing contractors. I hope it helps if you’ve been unlucky enough to have to deal with home damage.