7 Reasons Why Cash Home Buyers Rule In San Antonio?
San Antonio, Texas, is quickly becoming one of the hottest real estate markets. More and more people are moving to the area because of the low cost of living and the many job opportunities. If you’re looking to sell your San Antonio home, you’re in a good position. However, there is a notable trend among […]
Are Open Floor Plans The Right Choice for Your New Home?
Are you thinking of building a new home or renovating your existing one? Open floor plans are becoming increasingly popular in modern homes, and for good reason. They provide an open, airy environment that is perfect for entertaining and family gatherings, and they can also help maximize space in a small home. But are they […]
Everything You Need To Know About Floor Sealing
While sealing a floor with a polymer-based coating is typically used to protect vinyl, it actually works very well to protect any type of porous floor surface. Easy to apply and incredibly durable, adding a floor sealant is a great way of helping to minimize wear and tear, and make maintenance much easier in general. […]
FK Architecture’s Architect Kelly Dawson, AIA, Elected to AIA Board
FK Architecture, a Fugleberg Koch Company, is pleased to announce that Kelly Dawson, AIA, has been elected to the board of AIA Orlando as Treasurer. Dawson will oversee the Chapter’s financial affairs, budgeting, and overall financial strategies. Dawson brings over two decades of experience in architecture and design surrounding historic renovation, hospitality, multi-family, health care, corporate, […]
How to Make a Construction Company Business Plan
Creating a business plan for your construction company is an essential step in setting up and running a successful operation. According to statistics released by the U.S. Department of Commerce, 87 percent of businesses that have created and implemented a formal business plan report improved performance over those that don’t have a plan. If you’re […]
A Complete Guide for Beginners to Plan a Commercial Building Renovation
Earlier in 2020, The Conversation ran a story on how the pandemic was going to make buildings sick as well. What seemed like a funny headline at first turned out to highlight the state buildings would be in when left unused and unmaintained over a long period. This was especially true in the case of […]