Rebuilding After A Hurricane

Every year, millions of people in the United States are affected by hurricanes. In North Carolina, we are no strangers to the damage done by severe weather in the Atlantic. In the past couple of years, Hurricanes Matthew and Florence have caused billions of dollars in loss and damages in North Carolina alone.

While many business owners will not find it hard to repair buildings from minor damages done to windows and roofing, others are looking at catastrophic loss of property and a complete construction project. When it comes to their existing commercial property, no business owner wants to think about demolition after a hurricane. Unfortunately, in some cases, demolition is necessary.

Most of the damages to commercial property that happen in North Carolina after a hurricane are a result of flooding. Water damage is a necessary building repair but it not a simple process. It requires a dry-out process that involves dehumidification, removing damaged materials, replacement of building materials and more.

The commercial building professionals at Commercial Building, Inc. are experts in rebuilding businesses from the ground up, and in commercial building repairs. If your business has suffered from damages to the exterior or interior of your commercial building, such as roofing issues, structural malfunction or water damage, Commercial Building, Inc. can repair your property and reinstall materials, as well as dehumidify the interior of the building.

Hurricanes are life changing for thousands of people, many of them business owners. It is important to know that life goes on after the storm is over, and Commercial Building, Inc. is on your side. Don’t let hurricane damage hold you back longer than it needs to. Contact Commercial Building, Inc. and tell us how we can help you recover. The idea of repairing buildings or a possible weather related demolition can be daunting, but Commercial Building, Inc. has built a reputation in North Carolina for completing commercial building projects and repairs correctly and in a timely manner over the years. Our customers are highly satisfied with their finished commercial building projects.

If you need building repairs or a commercial rebuild, give Commercial Building, Inc. a call at (910) 818-6811 today!

Design Trends For Commercial Spaces

Every commercial building space will serve certain specific functions according to the business or organization that it belongs to. A building fitted for the restaurant industry is likely to look quite a bit different than a building designed for a nail salon or a bank. While your general contractor will make your vision for your commercial building space come to life, there are a few design trends that have become popular in recent years. When you sit down with your general contractor to discuss the efficiency and functionality of your commercial space, keep these ideas in mind for both your customers and your staff.

Not too long ago, the standard for office space was to have private offices where people could work and not interrupt others around them. In an age of inclusion, the isolation of private offices has been replaced with open work spaces, with minimal private rooms for undisturbed collaboration and meetings. When you hire Commercial Building, Inc. as your general contractor, we can show you how to make the most of your commercial space to maximize an open space concept.

Another trend in commercial building is to build with an environmentally conscious mindset. In today’s commercial building market, it is easier than ever to make decisions with your general contractor about building techniques and materials that will cause less of a negative impact on the environment than what has been used traditionally. Everything from electrical selections, to flooring types and plumbing choices is available in more environmentally friendly options.

Many commercial businesses and organizations are also choosing to create work spaces that feel more like a residential space than the hard, industrial look of commercial building design in decades past. Gone are the days of harsh lighting, closed off spaces, and hard furniture. Today’s commercial building spaces feature comfy furniture, a casual design aesthetic, and a general sense of calm and peace in design and functionality.

The knowledgeable and experienced team at Commercial Building, Inc. is well equipped with everything you need to bring your commercial space into the future of work space design. If you are looking for a general contractor who is dedicated to making your commercial building space work for you, look no further than Commercial Building, Inc. in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Give us a call today at (910) 818-6811.

Why Commercial Projects Go Wrong

We have all heard the horror stories of construction projects suffering major setbacks and some not ever being completed for a wide variety of reasons. In many cases, the general contractor takes the brunt of the blame. The running joke is that there are two types of people you don’t want to work with – lawyers and general contractors. Our answer to that criticism is that those people have never worked with Commercial Building, Inc. before. We have built a solid reputation as one of the area’s best general contracting companies because of our knowledge, our skills, and our dedication to our clients.

Still, there are a number of reasons in general contracting why a project will be delayed or go horribly wrong. Perhaps the biggest reason is because the client simply did not budget for the project correctly. At Commercial Building, Inc. we work closely with our clients to ensure that their building and renovation budget is realistic and workable. The fact of the matter in general contracting is that if something can go wrong, it very well may, and you have to account for the unexpected when you are budgeting for you commercial construction project.

Another reason why some commercial building projects get off track is an unreasonable timeline for completion. This is seldom the responsibility of the client. A good general contractor will not be overzealous in their deadlines and make promises to a client that they know from the beginning are going to be hard for them to keep. In our experience, client’s understand that a reasonable timeline, one that does not push last minute deadlines, is the optimal goal for their project. At Commercial Building, Inc. we do not believe that rushing a project to meet our own unreasonable deadlines does anyone any good. Our goal is to complete your commercial construction or renovation project in a timely manner and to get it done right the first time.

If you are looking for a general contractor who will have your best interests in mind with the end goal of seeing your vision for your commercial project come to life, look no further than Commercial Building, Inc. in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Give us a call today at (910) 818-6811.