What’s Your Occupancy Load Limit?

Occupancy load limits are an important factor in most commercial building regulations. Perhaps never has the legal number of occupants in a building been such a factor as it has in the past year or so, due to COVID-19 mandates. However, occupancy load limits have been...

Simple Lifesaving Devices

You’ve probably seen this little device a million times in your life. It’s incredibly common – in fact, it’s typically required to be installed for any electrical outlet within six feet of a water source. That means you’ve probably...

Hot Water Without The Tank

If you’re in the market for a new water heater, you might consider converting to a tankless model. A lot of homeowners have seen significant cost savings in their annual utility bills by doing just that. Perhaps the main reason why a traditional water heater...

Has Your House Changed Recently?

How has the use of your home changed in the past few months? Especially during seasons like summer, the way people use their homes can change dramatically in the matter of just a few weeks. For example, are there more people in and out of your home while school is...

Controlling Mold Growth In Your Home

Mold is a double-edged sword. In some ways, it can be good for you – just look at penicillin and stinky cheese! On the other hand, though, mold growth in your home can be a significant contributor to many dangerous health problems. So, what can you do to prevent...

What’s Going On Up There?

Chances are pretty good that you don’t spend a lot of time in your attic. Most people don’t! However, there are a significant number of issues affecting your entire property that can start up there, and a professional home inspection including thermal...
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