Between the freeze-thaw cycle splitting through your foundation and the elements pouring down on your driveway, winter in the Midwest is no friend to concrete and asphalt.
The weather has finally improved for the season, but is your building missing out on its own rejuvenation?
Uniflex high quality performance sealants provide a flexible, watertight seal of protection for a low-sloped roof when used in conjunction with UNIFLEX's Fluid Applied Roofing Systems.
With the frigid temperatures behind us, it's time to say goodbye to grime and give new life to your property.
Property managers, owners, and guests alike look forward to the arrival of spring's rejuvenating weather, and your building should reflect this replenishing season.
Spring's pleasant weather is finally here, but bringing your curb appeal up to standards can be a tough job after winter's beating.
While many property managers look forward to spring, others cherish winter's landscape, but neither are safe from the disaster of bursting pipes.
Cleveland's surging revival marks an exciting time for the residents of the cherished city, with restorations reaching beyond downtown's swanky skyscrapers.
On Valentine's Day of 1921, The Ohio Theatre opened its doors to reveal an impressive frescoed ceiling, substantial murals, and other neo-Renaissance splendors designed by acclaimed architect Thomas Lamb.
More than a century after its original construction, The Schofield Building, now The Kimpton Schofield Hotel, can show off its terracotta brick facade as Cleveland's first and only boutique hotel.
Addressing rigid temperatures and bitter storms should take center stage on your building's to-do list, especially without proper winterization techniques in place.
While many enjoy early winter's mild weather, building owners and managers know these conditions can soon cause their worst property nightmares.
The Arcade Cleveland opened its doors on Memorial Day in 1890, an $867,000 construction by the Detroit Bridge Co., with the help of Rockefeller and other wealthy names in Cleveland.