5 Ways To Make Your Commercial Entrance More Welcoming

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How inviting is the entrance to your business? No matter whether it’s a retail store, an office, or a warehouse, a welcoming entrance is an important part of creating a good first impression. What can you do to make your entry a place people want to come? Here are a few tips for any business. 1. Make It Wide. A wide entrance is more inviting than a narrow entry. It makes people more comfortable going into an unknown space and makes them confident that they’ve found the right spot.…

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Five Ways Moisture Damages Masonry

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Bricks can withstand moisture exposure for a long time, which is why they are often used in outdoor construction. Eventually, though, failed mortar can allow moisture to seep behind bricks, or moisture may make its way in through damage in the bricks themselves. Once this occurs, the moisture compromises the integrity of the bricks.  1. Crumbling Mortar The mortar between bricks tends to be less durable than the brick material, so it often shows the first signs of moisture damage.…

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Determining When A Tree On Your Property Needs To Come Down And How To Cut It Safely

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Trees can be a critical part of your landscape, and in many cases, they provide some stability to the soil in the area through the root system. Taking down a tree is a big decision to make, and if you are not sure a tree needs to come down or not, working with an arborist from a tree service is an excellent place to start.  Evaluating Your Trees Before you decide to cut any trees on your property, it is a good idea to have an arborist look at each tree to determine their health.…

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