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Learning About Commercial Building Restoration

Hello everyone. Welcome to my website. My name is Jess Wilson. I am here to talk to you about repair and restoration techniques used for commercial buildings. On this site, I will explore the different ways that repair pros restore damaged or worn commercial buildings. I will share information about the tools, materials and techniques used for this process. I hope to explore various ways the repair and restoration methods have changed over the years. I welcome you to visit my site every day to learn more about this practice. Thank you for coming to visit my website about the restoration of commercial buildings.

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3 Tips To Deal With Foundation Problems In Low-Lying Soft Soil Areas
17 August 2018

Problems with the foundation of your home can lead

Cracks In The Floor May Send You Out The Door (Or Through The Floor!)
9 July 2018

Cracks in the floor of your building can indicate

Tips For Marble Care And Cleaning
6 June 2018

When you think of marble, you probably think about

Don't Let It Spread: How To Protect Your Home From Mold This Summer
5 May 2018

Summer is on the way, which means the increased hu

Water Damage Restoration To Paper Rolls In A Warehouse: What To Do Next
11 April 2018

All across the country, there are paper mills park

3 Tips To Deal With Foundation Problems In Low-Lying Soft Soil Areas

Problems with the foundation of your home can lead to serious structural damage. When your home is in a low-lying area in soft soils, the problems with the foundation can be worse. Therefore, you want to have repairs and solutions that help protect the structure of your home from serious damage. Here are some tips to help deal with serious structural problems that can damage your home: 1. Post-Tension Systems to Prevent Problems with Uneven Settling Read More 

Cracks In The Floor May Send You Out The Door (Or Through The Floor!)

Cracks in the floor of your building can indicate much more serious structural problems in the building. In fact, most people who live in apartment buildings in California and see cracks in the floor after an earthquake are likely to pack up and leave, rather than risk falling through the floor when the cracks finally meet and break. Do not allow cracks in the floor to send you out the door. Read More 

Tips For Marble Care And Cleaning

When you think of marble, you probably think about strength and durability. Unfortunately, it's not as impervious to damage as you might think. In fact, marble can be pretty delicate. You have to be careful how you clean and maintain marble to avoid causing damage during the cleaning process. Here are a few tips for those new to marble care and maintenance. General Care Tips No matter what kind of marble you're cleaning, there are a few things that will apply no matter what. Read More 

Don’t Let It Spread: How To Protect Your Home From Mold This Summer

Summer is on the way, which means the increased humidity is on its way, as well. If you experience high levels of humidity where you live, you need to be concerned about mold. You might not realize this, but humidity can increase the risk of mold growth in your home. Mold isn't just unsightly; it's also unhealthy. It can be extremely unhealthy for people with allergies, asthma, or other breathing-related health problems. Read More 

Water Damage Restoration To Paper Rolls In A Warehouse: What To Do Next

All across the country, there are paper mills parked on waterways. After these mills have made giant rolls of paper, they tend to store them in warehouses, far away from water. Unfortunately, that does not always work out. If your warehouse has somehow become very wet, either through a leaky roof or a flood, and your mill's rolls of paper are damaged, you might be wondering what to do next. Here are a few helpful tips to get you started. Read More