Gail Jacobs

3 Signs Of Commercial Plumbing Problems

Plumbing problems have the potential to cripple your business. A serious plumbing issue can require you to vacate your commercial space and invest in costly repairs. It's best to seek the help of a professional plumber at the first sign of trouble to minimize the damage a plumbing problem can have on your company's bottom line. Call for plumbing services if you notice any of these signs in your commercial space. Read More 

Living In A Home That Could Use Some Visual Inspiration? Painting Tips You Need To Know

The problem with cookie-cutter homes is real, but the causes can vary. Many visually generic homes are deliberately designed that way to fit what most average home buyer's expect to find in their next home. DIY home improvement shows and real estate websites make their own contribution to mundane housing by recommending that homeowners avoid using strong colors when preparing a home for the market. In addition to these causes of visual mediocrity, there are also many homes that have suffered cosmetic problems due to past renovations or repairs. Read More 

What To Know When Deciding Whether To Add Automated Doors To Your Business’s Building

Automatic doors can be a common feature for most modern businesses. However, business owners that are looking to open their enterprise may have to settle for a building that does not currently have these doors installed. When this is the case, learning more about these doors may be the first step in determining whether to make this upgrade to your new business's building. Can Automatic Doors Be Effectively Locked? When your business is closed, the doors to it will have to be secured. Read More 

Frequently Asked Questions About Retractable Awnings

Looking into the market for retractable awnings, you may be wondering how to find an option that suits your location. Every site and application will have their quirks, and it's a good idea to learn some of the basics. How Big Can an Awning Be? Most companies in the business offer models that extend out, at most, 14 to 16.5 feet. SunSetter awnings, for example, include a maximum six of 16 feet by 10 feet. Read More 

Why Businesses Love Aluminum Chain Link Fencing

Businesses have many options when they need to put up a fence. However, quite a number will automatically turn to aluminum chain link. Although there are many other options available at the moment, including chain link made from materials such as steel, many businesses have found aluminum to offer the right balance of features. As a metal, aluminum offers a wide range of advantages that people have been keen to take advantage of in this and other applications. Read More