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Renovating an Apartment Building: Tips


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Renovating an Apartment Building: Tips

I had always wanted to be an entrepreneur, so when I saw a local apartment building up for sale at a great price, I decided make the investment. I am a manager by day, so I thought I was ready to be a great landlord. After I had trouble attracting new tenants, I decided to try investing in a few upgrades to see if I could attract more tenants with the added features. I hired a local contractor to work on my first project, which was a fitness room. I remembered that I always looked for buildings with them when I rented apartments! I then had some work done on the grounds and in the apartments themselves. The building is completely full now, so I realized it was a good investment. I decided to start a blog to share my renovating and construction tips with anyone who needs them!

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Shattering News: Uncommon Ways In Which Commercial Glass Is Damaged
20 July 2019

Commercial entry door glass is very thick, and ver

3 Foundation Problems That Cause Problems Throughout The House
7 June 2019

When you live in a home for so long, you may begin

Faulty Freezer Issues? 3 Tips For Common Problems
25 April 2019

The ability to freeze perishable foods for later u

Garage Ideas for a Stock Car Racing Enthusiast
13 March 2019

If you enjoy stock car racing and are working on p

What To Do If Legionella Has Been Reported In Your Area
26 January 2019

Legionella is a type of bacteria that lives in soi

Shattering News: Uncommon Ways In Which Commercial Glass Is Damaged

Commercial entry door glass is very thick, and very heavy. Sometimes it is all one solid pane. Sometimes it is a couple of panes layered perfectly over each other to give the appearance of a single piece of glass. Whichever type you have in your commercial entry doors, contractors can install it. They can also repair it and replace it, but you would be surprised to learn how rare this is, given the thickness of the doors, and the difficulty in breaking them. Read More 

3 Foundation Problems That Cause Problems Throughout The House

When you live in a home for so long, you may begin to notice small changes in the home over the years. Windows that once opened and closed with ease no longer move. Doors that stayed wide open now close when you leave the room. The dry basement that you used to enjoy is now getting damp after the rain. What could be causing all of these problems? Here, you'll find a bit of information about how your foundation could be causing all of these problems that you've noticed. Read More 

Faulty Freezer Issues? 3 Tips For Common Problems

The ability to freeze perishable foods for later use is an important part of keeping food costs down and ensuring good nutrition, especially for households with tight budgets. Unfortunately, hundreds of dollars worth of expensive meat, poultry, vegetables, fruits, and frozen prepared foods and treats can be lost if the freezer holding them fails or does not maintain a safe storage temperature. If you are having some concerns about the performance of your family's freezer, these tips can help you improve performance and help you safeguard against food spoilage. Read More 

Garage Ideas for a Stock Car Racing Enthusiast

If you enjoy stock car racing and are working on plans for a garage makeover, you'll definitely want to incorporate your love of this motorsport in the redesign. Even if you don't own a racecar and require a garage for that purpose, you may still want to redo your garage so that it looks somewhat like a race shop. Find a local custom garage builder who can listen to your ideas and then work to implement them. Read More 

What To Do If Legionella Has Been Reported In Your Area

Legionella is a type of bacteria that lives in soil and water. It really isn't a problem in natural environments, but in plumbing, it can become dangerous and cause Legionnaire's disease. The biofilm inside most pipes and the lukewarm temperatures found in a lot of homes' water systems form an environment conducive to Legionella growth. Legionnaire's tends to show up more in commercial environments, but your home is at risk, too. Read More