COVID-19 has forced major changes in the ways churches interact. We all agree that some new ways will remain even after the pandemic and that the church community is eager to reunite on campuses nationwide. Prepare to reopen the church after COVID-19 with a thorough assessment of sanitation, sound and security. You want your church…Read More
What Is EIFS and Does it Matter? If you’ve never heard of EIFS, you’re not alone. But that doesn’t mean that you – as a building owner – don’t actually deal with it and its complications on a daily basis. These complications are a common problem across the nation, causing damage to homes and buildings…Read More
Even in states with warmer weather, wintertime puts everyone at risk for frozen pipes. More than just an annoyance, they’re actually a hazard and often cause major damage, in the event that frozen water pipes break and cause leaks. It’s important, then, to know how to detect a water leak. It’s also a great idea…Read More
6 Savvy Winter Maintenance Tips for Keeping Your Church Damage-Free As they do with your home, the temperature changes and fluctuations in moisture levels occurring winter can cause a great deal of wear and tear to your church facilities. Preparing the building and grounds for the cold weather and performing maintenance during the winter, however,…Read More
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