Mike Hunt

Commercial Plumbing Tips For Your Office Park

Are you the owner or caretaker of multiple buildings in an office park? If so, you likely try and keep up with a wide variety of maintenance tasks every month. Your commercial plumbing set up, in particular, is one area where you should never miss a scheduled maintenance check-up. Here are some commercial plumbing tips to help you keep your office park in good shape and your tenants happy. Ask Tenants to Report Small Leaks or Periodically Enter Each Building to Check Yourself Read More 

Reasons to Put a Tile Roof on a Commercial Rental Property

Receiving complaints about a bad roof from someone who is renting a commercial building structure from you isn't something to take lightly. The reason why is because you are likely responsible for making repairs to the roof as the owner of the building, which can put you in a legal situation if prompt repairs aren't made. For instance, if the roof damage leads to parts of the ceiling falling down inside the building and injuring someone or damaging property, your tenant can hold you liable as the owner. Read More 

The Essential Guide To Working With Builders To Take Your Dream Home From A Concept To A Reality

If you have a concept of a dream home in your mind, it is probably time to make the dream a reality. Custom home builders can help you figure out what you want and how to turn that concept into a new home that has everything you dreamed of. The following tips will help you work closely with a custom home builder to turn your idea of a dream home into a reality:  Read More 

Why Business Owners Need Commercial Demolition Services For Concrete Buildings

In general, demolition is something that should be taken seriously. It's a significant undertaking no matter what you're demolishing, but the larger the structure is, the more serious the process will be. Many business owners look for ways to save on expenses, so you may find yourself considering trying to handle your building demolition on your own. However, particularly when you're dealing with a commercial concrete building, this isn't the best idea. Read More 

Aging In Place: 3 Target Areas To Make Your Home Fit Your Needs

Many people want to stay in their home as long as possible, but have yet considered how their home will adapt to their change in needs. There are several areas of your home you may want to consider remodeling well before the situation becomes urgent. Kitchen A versatile addition to many kitchens would be an adjustable-height island or at least one with varying heights. This way, whether you are sitting (either in a wheelchair or on a stool) or standing, the island can remain accessible for virtually anyone in the home. Read More