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If you're a business owner or landlord looking for roof replacement, renovation, or any commercial construction services, then we know how tempting it can be to go with the lowest quote you can find. However, little mistakes or oversights can cost you far more in the long run, which is why it's crucial to work with a trusted contractor who can get the work done right the first time. For instance, installing a new layer of roofing on top of the old can save money in the short term, but it can also cut your roof's lifespan by as much as 20%.
Whether you're expanding your business or your home you'll need some knowledge of construction. If you don't have that knowledge yourself you can hire a commercial construction company to assist you. They'll be able to do everything from roofing services, siding replacement, and total remodeling services for your building.
From an apartment complex to the newest retail development, the success of your project is tied to the quality of all the contractors you hire, but especially your commercial roofing professional. A lackluster roofer can delay your entire project with work crew mismanagement, bad credit for roofing materials or the inability to adhere to the set schedule. As you vet your commercial roofing professional, it’s important to know what to look for so your project proceeds as planned, with no unpleasant surprises.
When you start a business or move your company into a new location, it is important to find a space that fits your unique needs. It ultimately raises a major question -- should you create a space from the ground up or retrofit an existing property? Before you make this big decision, consider these key factors.
Time is money, and no one understands that better than commercial contractors and their clients. If you are building a commercial property, you want to work as efficiently as possible so that projects are completed by their deadline. Here are three tips for keeping construction schedules on track.