This 3-D scanning technology provides comprehensive loss documentation that allows property owners, insurance adjusters, and other stakeholders to inspect property loss and damage at any time, from anywhere.
The Environmental Protection Agency warns that indoor concentrations of pollutants are often 2 to 5 times higher than typical outdoor concentrations. This potentially harmful indoor air quality can be mitigated through a well-rounded maintenance plan for your facility’s commercial HVAC system.
The only thing predictable about Texas weather is its unpredictability. Fortunately, how you prepare is well within your control. These tips can help you prepare and protect your commercial building and avoid costly damage and repairs.
Learn the potential effects of flooding on your facility’s indoor air quality and the steps you can take to lessen these consequences.
Flood. Tornado. Biohazard event. Operational disruptions happen. Approximately 40% of small businesses don’t reopen following an interruption or disaster. Your business doesn’t have to be part of that woeful statistic. Regardless of whether you’re operating a private...
It’s no secret that winter weather can wreak havoc on commercial buildings. Cold temperatures, snow, salt, and ice can cause a lot of wear and tear through the winter months. When the winter freeze starts to dissipate, facility managers and building maintenance teams often must hit the ground running, making necessary repairs, and preparing for Spring and Summer.
Few things can sour a day at the office like musty, polluted, or muggy air. The quality of the air we breathe both indoors and outdoors not only impacts our health, but also our mood, cognition, concentration, and productivity. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency estimates that most Americans spend up to 90% of their time indoors, where the air can be two to five times more polluted than the outside air.
As temperatures creep up, now is the ideal time to take steps to ensure your facility’s HVAC system runs reliably and efficiently through the summer. Much like a car, HVAC systems require regular maintenance. Scheduled tune-ups can dramatically reduce energy consumption and help you avoid costly repairs.
KEEP YOUR MIND IN THE GUTTER: 5 IMPORTANT WAYS TO AVOID COSTLY REPAIRS TO ROOFS AND THE STRUCTURES BENEATH
As the winter freeze starts to give way to warmer temperatures, there are two reasons to look skyward: your facility’s roof and gutters. These features often take the brunt of the onslaught of snow, rain, ice, and wind, causing costly damages or even compromising the integrity of the structure. With a little preemptive TLC, you can minimize or delay potentially pricey replacements and repairs. Our team of experts at Mooring has compiled a quick checklist for keeping your roof in tip-top shape through this season and beyond.
Despite often being viewed as the government agency that employers love to hate, OSHA offers numerous innovative and helpful programs. Compliance with OSHA standards for workplace health and safety offers many benefits, from insurance and workers’ compensation cost reductions to employee satisfaction and retention. Simply put, practicing workplace safety as a matter of priority is a competitive advantage in virtually any industry. Keep reading for a brief refresher in OSHA basics, as well as new pandemic-related regulations.