Keeping tenants happy, buildings occupied, and property values high are top priorities for property management firms. In reality, that’s easier said than done – especially
Bitcoin miners' activities are creating massive power demands, which can drive up the cost of everyone's bill in bulk metered properties.
Proposed changes to the Ontario Building Code will create opportunity for more energy efficient building products, such as triple-glazed windows.
In 2017, the province of Ontario advanced its role in the fight against climate change with the launch of its provincial cap and trade program.
Since early April 2017, first responders, Canadian agencies, and restoration specialists have been uniting to bring British Columbia back from one of the worst wildfire seasons in the province's history.
Summer is the perfect time to deal with outdoor maintenance projects. Here are some tips from Elite Trade Painting's Mike Benteau on where to start.
In an age when everyone is looking for assurances, having a Business Continuity Plan will bring your clients and employees peace of mind.
No one likes to think about disasters, but the reality is they happen. Being prepared and aligning with the right partners can be the difference between a quick response or a long and costly recovery.
Water sub-metering is fast becoming a method of choice among Canada's industry stakeholders who wish to reduce their property's impact on the environment.
Two months after the Fort McMurray wildfires began, they were deemed under control thanks to the efforts of responders, including FirstOnSite Restoration.
Repair Pipes Without Disrupting Residents
Spring has officially arrived! Here are five necessary steps to tackle your spring cleaning to-do list and refresh your property.
When it comes to trauma and crime scene clean-up, only the professionals can be trusted to connect the many administrative dots with due-diligence, authority and much-needed compassion.
On July 8, 2013, the GTA was hit was with a torrential rainstorm. Flood damage was deemed the province’s most expensive natural disaster by the
Summer can be a tumultuous season, with torrential rain storms creating flash floods and wreaking havoc on buildings. For condominium managers, being prepared for all scenarios is the best way to avoid major damage.
Sub-metering hands over control of the energy bill to the consumer, creating a direct financial incentive to reduce consumption and leading to economic and environmental benefits.
Emergencies happen when you least expect them. From floods and burst pipes, to fires and severe damage caused by extreme weather, planning for the worst is the best way to recover after a major disaster.