landlords

Idle Commercial Buildings Pose Problems for Maintaining and Restoring Water Quality

The warehouse reopened smoothly when COVID restrictions eased: picking equipment functioned at speed, loading dock mechanisms obeyed switches, HVAC systems whooshed to life as expected. One glitch arose immediately, however. An employee notified the property manager that the water in the bathroom[...]

Make Documentation of Damage Claims A Priority

The scorched and smoldering aftermath of a fire, the soaked and mouldy interiors after a catastrophic flood – when devastation stares commercial property owners in the face and emotions are high, it’s extremely difficult to think about next steps.  That’s why Paul Davis recommends[...]

Wise Questions Help Identify the Best Restoration Company

When a toilet overflowed in a third-floor apartment at a large complex, the flood was surprisingly destructive because nobody was home to report the problem. As angry residents streamed past complaining about wet belongings and buckling wallboard, the property manager began searching for help[...]