Few Westwood properties boast a better location than 1380 Westwood Boulevard. Situated near the intersection of Westwood Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard, close to UCLA and I-405, this two-floor, 45,000-square foot retail/office center with above- and below-ground parking has never wanted for tenants.
Benjamin Franklin wasn’t a waterproofing professional as far as we know, but when he said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” he was speaking to building owners everywhere. In fact, there’s no smarter investment for your building than staying on top of waterproofing.
This is a common question and, sorry, folks: The answer is Yes! Cal/OSHA requires all buildings to inspect the suspension equipment at least once a year (Annual/Periodic Inspection) regardless of use.
Anodized aluminum is an ideal material for building exterior finishes: lightweight but strong; flexible and moldable; durable and protective against the elements. But that doesn’t mean you can install it and forget it. Over time, aluminum starts to weather, fade and degrade.
People are beginning to return to work, but that doesn’t mean COVID-19 is behind us. That’s why it’s important to communicate that you care about cleanliness and have your staff’s and tenants’ best interests in mind. Count on us to help you send that message loud and clear with a range of services that will have your building looking better than ever. From window washing, high pressure cleaning of outdoor areas, and bird control, to the cleaning and disinfecting of your lobby, retail and common areas, we’ve got your back. And to welcome your people back, we’re offering special pricing on every service.
An OPOS, or Operating Procedures Outline Sheet is designed to ensure window cleaners’ safety. Learn about the origins, requirements – and some of the misconceptions – surrounding this valuable document.
If you are a building owner or manager, it is critically important to be Cal/OSHA compliant. Here you will find Cal/OSHA regulations relevant to building exterior maintenance. Article 5 covers window cleaning for buildings built after 1974 that are under 130 feet in height. Article 6 details the regulations governing powered platforms and equipment for maintenance of buildings built after 1974 that are over 130 feet in height.
Do you own an aging or historical building? Has your property been affected by the weather? If so, metal restoration is probably in your future. Today’s blog post will focus on the why and what of metal restoration and how our company can help. Why do Metal Restoration? Preserving the beauty of your property is most likely one of your top priorities. You want a building employees and tenants are proud to enter every day. A place where customers and prospects will be happy to go into. And when you are ready to list your building for sale, it will look good in photos and videos. Most buildings have aluminum frames and/or metal panels which may require treatment to bring it back to the original condition. Even newer buildings are impacted by the weather and require treatment. When a structure’s exterior panels have oxidation, pitting and corrosion, it’s time to act. Bottom line: Metal restoration stops corrosion and renews the appearance of the surface including door and window frames, door handles and handrails. What’s the Metal Restoration process? First, call in an expert to assess the condition of the area. Second, if you choose us, we can provide a test sample of what the rest would look like after a metal restoration project. Our team uses a special process and protective coatings that match the grain of the metal for a more natural looking result. Third, we recommend regular maintenance to minimize any further damage, uphold the value of your…