Every brick-and-mortar business owner knows that this type of endeavor comes with a lot of overhead and upkeep. Whether you operate a retail store, hotel, salon, or gallery, there is always something to do. One thing that pops up frequently on your small biz to-do list is keeping your interior space looking good. It is
Hardwood floors are the pinnacle of style and the keystone of any Phoenix home’s aesthetic. When they look flawless, your whole house looks good. And everyone wants a gorgeous home–right? This is why homeowners fret so much over the care of their hardwood. One of the biggest fears being fading or sun bleaching. The sad
Any homeowner that has looked into new windows, considering energy-efficiency credits, or looking to make vast improvements to their windows have heard the term Low-E. But to the average person, it doesn’t really mean anything. The truth is, nearly every window brand (and sales staff member) mentions but doesn’t give it an explanation that does
Dealing with intense sunlight and glare is a constant battle when you live in a place like Las Vegas. The desert heat is no joke. And if you don’t take precautions, the year-round sunlight will wreak havoc on your home. Your floors will fade faster than you can imagine. And it will be nearly impossible
UV damage is one of the most overlooked, yet costly issues. When fading happens, it can cost a business thousands of dollars. Carpets and wood floors need to be replaced. Furniture that is brand new loses its vibrant appearance. And merchandise made of leather and fabric becomes unsellable.
Many of us tend to forget about UV concerns during the winter months. However, UV radiation can actually be more abundant. When there’s snow on the ground, UV rays will reflect off of it and directly back into properties. That means that residential and commercial properties alike will receive an overexposure to these harmful rays.