Ground Prep: Tips for Crack-Free Concrete 1

Tips for Crack-Free Concrete In the construction industry, there’s a saying that goes “a concrete does two things — it gets hard, and it cracks,” and while there’s truth to that statement, it doesn’t mean that there aren’t any ways to minimize the cracking of your concrete. You can implement good finishing techniques to make…

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How to Pour New Concrete Over an Old One

You might be wondering if you can pour new concrete over the old one.  While concrete is built to last, it doesn’t last forever. Over time, it starts to wear down, cracks begin to form, and bits of concrete chip away here and there—none of which contributes to the aesthetics of your home. When you…

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Commercial electrical panel: Getting Rid of Electrical Risks 2

Commercial electrical panel: Getting Rid of Electrical Risks: What is an electrical risk? An electrical risk is a risk of death, electric shock or other injury caused directly or indirectly by electricity. The most common electrical risks and causes of injury are: Electrical Shock– This may lead to injury or death. Electrical shocks may be…

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Concrete Replacement

Concrete Replacement Concrete is a composite material composed of fine and coarse aggregate bonded together with a fluid cement (cement paste) that hardens over time, on which it has a lifespan.  Commercial concrete floor resurfacing can get your floors looking and functioning well as new in no time. When it deteriorates to a certain point,…

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Buying A Power Generator

The Importance of Buying a Generator In Santa Clara, power outages are becoming more frequent with PG&E’s Public Safety Power Shutoffs. Buying a power generator is crucial to many businesses. These power outages can be the cause of lots of stress and delays. Power outages and blackouts are villains in productivity—not only in your personal…

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What to do in a case of a PG&E Power Shutoff

Overview of California Power Shutoffs: The Bay Area has been getting hit with Public Safety Power Shutoffs recently and for good reason too. Around the fall season, Northern California and the Santa Cruz mountains become a hot spot for wildfires. Last November, California faced the deadliest wildfire in its history last year. In efforts to…

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retaining walls

Overview: What is a retaining wall? Retaining walls are used for landscaping. They are used to get the most from sloped land. These can be found nearly everywhere. You may have seen them on the side of highways, in front of homes, and businesses. These walls are designed very elegantly that it can turn heads.…

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ADA Compliant

Overview: 5 Ways How to Make Your Property ADA Compliant and Accessible Because commercial properties are open to the public, property owners must have their property ADA compliant. If property owners fail to do their due diligence, it may lead to liabilities or injury. Unlike commercial properties, apartments and HOA communities may not need to…

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commercial electrician. emergency power system

During the summertime, unfortunately, in California (specifically in the Bay Area), there is a spike in power outages.  Commercial electricians do everything in their power to provide support to businesses that have power outages.  In a Bloomberg article just last month, Michael Wara, the director of the Climate and Energy Policy program at Stanford University…

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