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.
A flood is a dreadful event, which could leave your property in complete disarray. House floods are known to cause a lot of damage including destroying furniture, household features, personal items, and more. In the aftermath of such an event, as you can imagine, there is significant work that has to be done. Read on to learn about the five most important things you should never fail to do after going through a house flood!
A house fire is a traumatic event that could be dangerous, not to mention costly. Fire accidents have the potential to damage your home, you, your family and friends, as well as cause further widespread destruction to nearby yards and even other buildings. It’s important to act promptly both during and after a fire emergency, in order to overcome all the issues you might face. Continue reading to learn more about the next steps to take after a fire in your home is extinguished, it may help you take some precautionary steps today!
As a general contractor who specializes in insurance repairs, Larry Steimel with Pequannock, NJ-based LA Design and Construction has had a front row seat to some of the problems people have had rebuilding their homes. The biggest hurdle after Sandy, he says, has been the inflexibility of insurance adjusters when it comes to paying people’s claims.