Many building managers and owners mistakenly believe that curtain walls are virtually maintenance free. The fact is, they’re long-lasting ONLY if they’re maintained. And that requires good planning and responsible investment.
Residents, tenants, visitors – everyone loves balconies. In fact, they’ll pay a premium to have one. But without proper waterproofing, a prize selling point for your property can become a real liability.
From dirt and pollution to bird droppings and graffiti, buildings face a wide range of threats to their appearance and structural integrity. Good thing HSG offers you an equally formidable array of defenses – among the most effective of which is pressure washing.
If you’ve been putting off interior window cleaning, don’t wait any longer. Here’s why you should schedule your cleaning right now: It will take less tenant coordination right now. Many offices still aren’t fully occupied, so you have greater leeway to get the job done…
Efflorescence. It’s a pretty name for the ugly crystalline salt deposits that mar porous building materials. The word, which comes from the French verb “to flower,” refers to the way salt appears to bloom from the surface of masonry, or brickwork.
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.