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Your business is so much more than some concrete structure you spend time in. In many ways, it’s an extension of yourself and your values. Every business has the potential to be a haven, massive gathering space, educational space, or more. Maintaining your building is just as important as constructing it. If you haven’t started, let your renovation search begin here!

1. Concrete Restoration

The days of people installing decorative concrete walls are quickly making a comeback. As you’re already investing in your business, you want to enjoy the results for as long as possible. According to This Old House, timber can last around 40 years, but properly installed masonry or concrete walls have no limit on their life span. However, the best way to maximize the lifespan of any privacy walls or external concrete elements is by maintaining them. Should you notice any cracks beginning to appear, reach out to a contractor immediately. With water and other natural elements, those smaller issues will inevitably become larger, more expensive ones.

2. Masonry Repairs

As the years go on, brick siding inevitably weathers due to the natural elements. The bricks may have chips or cracks in them. Instantly spruce up your business by investing in brick repair. Aesthetics may seem to be a superficial element. However, research shows that new customers are more likely to feel drawn to businesses that care for their curb appeal and reputation. The enhanced appeal is a must for those who want to make a positive first impression when they invite clients to their space.

3. Waterproofing

While you can avoid intentionally damaging our property, Mother Nature doesn’t listen to your demands. Fortunately, there are ways to avoid property damage incurred by weather. Waterproofing your building is another necessary step, no matter where you live, to owning property. This will protect the items within, of course, as leaks will be less likely to occur. However, it’ll also bode well for stucco, wood, and other building materials that can be adversely affected by water damage. An experienced professional can take care of this project for you, offering convenient and high-quality results.

The average business owner already has a boatload on their plate. Unless they’re a contractor themselves who specializes in concrete or brick repair, it can be a costly, even dangerous job to DIY. Leave it to the professionals who’ll take the stress off your back. Contact ESI Waterproofing and Masonry Restoration, Inc when you’re ready to learn about our myriad of services that’ll spruce up your business.