Brick Expansion Joint into Your Project

Many individuals invest a significant amount of money into the renovation of a landmark building, office building, hi-rise or commercial property. It can be disappointing to discover cracks in the exterior a short while after completion. To avoid this scenario, look for a quality renovation company that can use a brick expansion joint to accommodate…

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A Stucco Expansion Joint Can Make Your Building Look Great

Stucco plaster can look great on office buildings, hi-rises and commercial properties. It’s also appealing on historical landmarks because it creates a cozy vibe at first glance. Stucco plaster is also thin, however, so it must be applied carefully by knowledgeable professionals. A stucco expansion joint can prevent the plaster from cracking. Types of Stucco…

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Sidewalk Bridge Install

3 Dos and Don’ts of Sidewalk Bridges

Sidewalk bridges, also called sidewalk sheds, are a staple of many urban streets. In fact, one study estimates as many as 6,000 are set up in New York City alone, protecting pedestrians from construction debris. But there’s an art to a sidewalk bridge install and plenty of potential pitfalls. Here are a few do’s and…

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3 Ways Hi-Rise Balconies Fail

A balcony is both attractive and sought after on hi-rise buildings. But a balcony is only as good as it is stable and in many aging hi-rises, balconies are at risk of failure due to poor maintenance. Thinking of skipping hi-rise balcony repair for your building this year? Here are three risks. Façade Collapse In…

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My Window Gaskets Failed – Do I Need New Windows?

Many components help windows keep out air, water and debris, including their gaskets. When these deteriorate, windows are no longer able to do their job of keeping what’s outside from getting inside. Window replacement may seem inevitable, but there are cheaper options like aluminum window gasket repair. Learn more about fixing the windows on your…

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Can Flashing Solve Your Leaky Window Problem?

Water, snow, air – it all can seep into windows and cause destruction, especially in older, landmark buildings. Sealing may be the go to solution, but often the real answer lies in window flashing. Learn how window flashing works and whether it’s the answer to your building’s aluminum window waterproofing needs. Understanding Flashing Flashing is…

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