Archive for December 31, 2018
Just as your indoor spaces are hugely important, your outdoor ones are as well. After all, your landscaping and outdoor spaces are likely to be the first things that people see and notice when surveying your home. And, if you are looking to sell your home in the near future, curb appeal is a hugely important thing.
After all, there is a reason that the vast majority of all real estate agents – around 90% of them, to be more precise – will recommend that the landscaping of any given home be improved and updated before the home is actually placed on the market. This is due to the fact that a home with professionally updated landscaping, often at the hands of a local and experienced landscaping company, will often sell for as much as 14% more than it would have had the steps not been taken to improve the landscaping as a whole. Even just spending as little as 5% of the home’s original value can have a tremendously huge return on investment by the time that you sell – sometimes even
Working outside in the elements is something that millions of people need to do each and everyday. Whether it is hot outside or the dead of winter it is very important to ensure the comfort and safety of your employees when working outdoors. So what options are there for those who employ outdoors workers?
Framers, stucco plasterers, drywall installers, painters, and many other career options are all working outside all year long. The key to keeping these people comfortable while they work is using industrial sized heaters and air conditioning units to create optimal working environments. Many of these different construction items need to be done at certain temperatures before they can dry, stick, or maintain shape. Imagine trying to get paint to dry at minus twenty degrees Celsius, the same thing goes for a medium like stucco. Picture yourself trying to drive in nails at minus twenty degree weather as well, your hands would be frozen and immobile.
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