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.
With so much to do during the holiday season, crucial maintenance can too easily fall to the wayside, leaving your building vulnerable in harsh winter weather.
While many clients, residents, and guests seek shelter this season, your building's interior should thrive through the increase in traffic and critical first impressions that follow.
Among the grand hotels rising up in downtown Cleveland, the new Drury Plaza Hotel stands proud after its impressive three-year renovation.
Southwest Companies, Inc was honored to replace the roof on the auxiliary building of the Cleveland Metroparks' old coast guard station restoration project.
Flange Back Gutters are a revolutionary gutter system, allowing you to control water flow and eliminate the possibility of water sneaking behind the gutter if the tube freezes in the winter.
Your roof is not only one of the most fundamental aspects of your building's dependability, but it is one of the most overlooked, until it's too late.
Southwest Companies, Inc. was hired to replace the roof on a waste water treatment plant building #14 for the City of North Olmsted.
We removed and replaced the I-beam and metal structure, added new concrete, and primed and painted the railings and metal structure.
The Cleveland Trust Company building's restoration shines as a stunning example of the city's grand renewal.