Window Care Tips For Oceanfront Business Owners

Posted on: 24 July 2016

The oceanfront is a great place to invest in commercial property, but it also comes with some unique challenges. One of the things that many new business owners overlook when buying property on the ocean is the threat of salt and water spots on their windows. Here's a look at what you need to know about taking care of your new building's windows so you can enjoy that ocean view and ensure that customers can see inside as they stroll along the sidewalk.
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Budget Bathroom Brush-Ups For Any Landlord

Posted on: 6 July 2016

If your rental property is aging and needs some updating, completing a full remodel might be outside your maintenance budget. However, failing to update rooms like the bathroom or kitchen can cost you money when it comes to trying to attract new renters or increase the rent. The good news is that you can remodel a bathroom with less money than you might expect. Here are 5 great ways to freshen it up while saving money.
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Do You Think An Intruder Entered Your Home When No One Was Home? What To Do

Posted on: 1 June 2016

Have you found that things have gone missing in your home, and you're almost sure that someone came in without your knowledge? Are you dealing with an intruder, even though there wasn't a lot of physical evidence that someone broke in? If so, you want to do your best to make your house more secure, and to protect yourself from the person or people coming back. Here are a few of the things that you'll want to consider doing right away.
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Two Tips For Caring For A Commercial Boiler

Posted on: 1 June 2016

For those that are responsible for managing large apartment buildings, a boiler can be the most effective way of ensuring that the building is properly heated. Unfortunately, it can be common for individuals to make mistakes when it comes to caring for these complex devices. These errors can both compromise the performance of the boiler as well as put it at a higher risk of suffering extensive damage. Luckily, you can use these two tips to care for your building's commercial strength boiler.
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