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Advantages Of Using Aerial Drone Surveying For Commercial Property Assessments

If you're looking to purchase commercial property, having it surveyed is something you'll want to do. Then you'll have key information like exact boundary lines and renovation data. If you have a survey performed using aerial drone technology, here are some things you'll be privy to. Safely Deal With Great Heights If you're buying commercial property that is really ta

Repairing Your Damaged Drainfield

Most of your septic system will be buried below the ground, and this can make it difficult for a homeowner to recognize or identify when there is a problem occurring with it. In particular, the drainfield is one of the parts of the septic system that can cause substantial problems if it suffers a failure, but homeowners will often fail to recognize this threat. Damage

Asphalt Maintenance Keeps Your Parking Lot In Good Repair

If you own a commercial building with a large employee parking lot, you'll need to keep the lot maintained so none of your employees trip and fall or have issues with their car due to a lot that's in disrepair. An asphalt parking lot needs regular maintenance that might include sweeping as well as making repairs. Here's why asphalt maintenance is so important and what

Why Full-Service Roofing Installation Company Is Your Best Bet

When planning a roofing installation project, there are several things to consider, such as the budget for the entire project, the roofing solution that's suitable for your building, and the experience of your roofing installation team. Conventionally, all these considerations are addressed separately, significantly lengthening the duration of the project. But what if

Key Things To Know About Seawall Inspection Services

Owning a waterfront property comes with a great view and a lot of upkeep. One of the most important parts of that upkeep is the seawall. Here's what you need to know. What is a seawall? A seawall, sometimes called a breakwater or a rip-rap, is a structure built to protect shorelines from the erosive forces of waves and currents. Seawalls are usually constructed of con