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How to Handle Concrete and Construction Work in the Cold Weather

We are now in the midst of November, and it is starting to get nippy outside. You may even encounter

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What Concrete Scanning Can Help You Find on Your Jobsite

All your contractors must be safe while working with or around any demolished concrete. That is where concrete scanning comes

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The Best Ways to Make Concrete Cutting Easier and Safer

Working with concrete isn’t ever an easy task. Whether you have to cut through it, saw through it, grind it,

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How Ground-Penetrating Radar Can Help Detect Underneath the Surface

Ground-penetrating radar, otherwise known as GPR, uses some radio waves to capture images of what lies underneath various surface types.

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Understanding Commercial Building Insulation

G&M Services is capable of professionally installing insulation designed specifically for commercial buildings. Did you know that insulation can aid

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Commonly Asked Questions about Firestopping Materials

When it comes down to firestopping and its materials, understanding how they work and when we should use them can

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Commercial Concrete and Its Overall Lifetime Expectancy

As a commercial business, deciding for concrete construction to be installed in your new office building could help protect your

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How Changing Temperatures Drastically Affect Construction Projects

Fall is officially here. This means homeowners have to prepare themselves for the hazards and the challenges that the harsh,

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Reasons to Hire an Air Barrier Contractor for Your Next Construction Job

Starting construction on a building that can stand for decades requires expertise, teamwork, communication, and cutting-edge technology. Countless different professionals

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The Dos and Don’ts: Your Bonded Firestop Contractor

Updated and effective firestopping measures are incredibly important for the safety of any commercial structure. Even the smallest of faults

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