The following guidelines have been developed to ensure the safety of workers and residents during the COVID-19 pandemic. They are distributed and reviewed with all workers assigned to this project prior to the commencement of work. They will also be routinely reviewed during job meetings and toolbox talks and strictly enforced throughout the duration of the project.
Most business owners are focused on the goals of the business and inadvertently building maintenance falls to the wayside. But if you want to protect your investment and avoid costly repairs, property maintenance should be a top priority. By identifying areas that are wearing out and repairing or replacing it before it fails, you can help minimize downtime, extend the life of equipment, and avoid major expenses.
When the Pandemic first hit and all non-essential businesses shut down, most home remodeling projects, existing and new, were put on hold. After months of quarantining at home, businesses started to open back up and renovations resumed. Following these guidelines will help ensure a safe, stress-free remodeling experience.
Thanksgiving isn’t cancelled, but like the rest of 2020 so far, it’s going to look a bit different this year. If you’re hosting the holiday this year, you may be wondering how you’ll celebrate with loved ones, without putting yourself and others at risk. We’ve put together some tips on how to get your home ready to host a socially distanced Thanksgiving.
Ice dams aren’t just something that happens in Arctic streams; ice dams on your roof can be very expensive. An ice dam is usually caused when there is a significant snowfall followed by very low temperatures. All of the snow on your roof will freeze. Then, heat rising from the living areas of your house will escape through the roof, melting some of the snow. The ice and snow near the edge of the roof will remain frozen. This creates a dam and melted snow collects behind it on the roof.