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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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Tips For Cleaning Up Smoke Damage After A Residential Dryer Fire
11 August 2017

If your dryer recently caught fire and the fire de

Summer Weather And Your Foundation: What You Need To Know
26 July 2017

In some areas of the country, it isn't uncommon fo

3 Signs Your Boiler Is Failing
26 July 2017

Your boiler is what makes those long cold nights n

4 Reasons Homeowners Hire Structural Engineers
25 July 2017

Any building needs to be able to stand up to the f

10 Things You Should Know About Cleaning Your Fireplace
24 July 2017

It may be summer now, but it will be winter soon e

Tips For Cleaning Up Smoke Damage After A Residential Dryer Fire

If your dryer recently caught fire and the fire department was able to save the rest of your house from all but smoke damage, then it is vital you take the necessary steps to remove all of the soot as soon as possible. The soot produced by home fires is acidic and will damage all of the surfaces in your home that it is allowed to stay in contact with.  The soot will cause your home's paint to discolor, wood finishes will become damaged, and will even damage metal items by corroding them. Read More 

Summer Weather And Your Foundation: What You Need To Know

In some areas of the country, it isn't uncommon for temperatures to stay above 100 degrees most of the summer. However, even when the temperatures are in the upper 90s, it can wreak havoc on your home's foundation. The reason for this is that the dry weather steals the moisture from within the soil that around your home and your foundation, which eventually results in cracks. When this happens on a regular basis and is left untreated, it can create foundation damage that affects the overall structural integrity of your house. Read More 

3 Signs Your Boiler Is Failing

Your boiler is what makes those long cold nights nice and cozy. It is important that a boiler is well maintained and regularly checked because a faulty boiler can have drastic consequences. For instance, a faulty boiler can actually emit carbon monoxide, which in large amounts can suffocate a person. It is important that you continually check your boiler for any problems. Here are a few thing to look for when inspecting your boiler, but also what these different signs can actually mean. Read More 

4 Reasons Homeowners Hire Structural Engineers

Any building needs to be able to stand up to the forces of wind, gravity, and changes to the soil surrounding it. Structural engineers are the experts who assess buildings before, during, and after construction to ensure that they are structurally sound. Structural engineers don't just work on high-rises and other large building projects-- there are a number of reasons for a homeowner to hire a structural engineer. Some of the common reasons homeowners hire a structural engineer include: Read More 

10 Things You Should Know About Cleaning Your Fireplace

It may be summer now, but it will be winter soon enough. When the next season rolls around, you definitely want to have your fireplace clean and ready to work. Fireplaces that are nto cleaned sufficiently could pose a safety risk. Want to stay warm and safe at home this winter? These tips will clue you into a few things you need to know before you start cleaning your own fireplace: Read More