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Winter Is Coming: Have You Thought About Next Year’s Projects

Winter Is Coming: Have You Thought About Next Year’s Projects

The leaves are already starting to change colour and will soon be falling into those seemingly endless blankets on front lawns. That means one thing: fall is upon us and winter is coming! As tempting as it would be to snuggle up by the fire and concentrate on keeping warm during the cold months, now is the time to start planning what projects your condominium corporation might need to address in 2022.

Spring restoration projects begin in the fall.

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Window Washing Ottawa

UNDERSTANDING ROOF ANCHOR TYPES AND LOADING REQUIREMENTS

Know your building's annual roof anchor inspection and testing requirements.
 

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 Energy & Water Reporting & Benchmarking

EWRB – Energy Reporting Made Easy | Keller Engineering

Energy & Water Reporting and Benchmarking regulation is designed to help building owners  improve their building's energy and water efficiency. Read more!
 

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Building Envelope Ottawa

Drones Technology and your Building Envelope

Drones can improve building inspections in 2 main ways: Simplifying access requirements and improving the reliability and permanence of the inspection data.

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Concrete Balcony

I Want to Cover My Concrete Balcony | Keller Engineering

Modifications to the balcony or application of coverings may require Board approval.Make sure to speak with your Board or Property Manager. Read more! 
 

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The Pitfalls of Deferring Maintenance and Repairs in Condominiums

Engineering owners & directors are typically more aware of the maintenance costs of their buildings than their freehold-living counterparts. Read more!

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