Blown light bulbs don’t have to put a damper on your productivity. Replacing bulbs is easy and can be done in only a few minutes. Watch this video to learn how to change the light bulbs in your office trailer.
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Mobile offices can be delivered and operational before new home construction projects break ground. These modular structures are easily customized to meet any need, so home builders can effectively manage projects onsite and start selling sooner. Watch this short video to see a typical setup of mobile offices at a new home construction site.
Whether a breaker has tripped and the power is out or you need to turn off the power to an electrical system, checking and resetting switches is a simple process. Watch this brief video to learn how to check the breaker box in your office trailer.
Keeping your office trailer in good working condition is easy. In most cases, regular office trailer maintenance can be done in just a few minutes. Watch this short video to see what you can do each month to minimize service interruptions and end-of-lease charges.
If the power has gone out in your thermostat, the problem is likely the batteries. Replacing the batteries takes only a minute, but finding them on some models can be a little tricky. Watch this short video to see how to change the thermostat batteries in your office trailer.
Regularly replacing the air filter in your office trailer can keep energy bills low and avoid service interruptions. The process takes only a few minutes. Watch this short video to see how to replace the air filter in your office trailer.
Amidst rumblings of a new recession, many industry experts are predicting a good year for construction. CMD (formerly Reed Construction Data) is forecasting a 6.5% rise in construction starts over the previous year. Dodge Data and Analytics is projecting a slightly more conservative 6% increase.
While the news is positive, not all markets will see the same gains. CMD’s Expansion Index evaluates key indicators of non-residential construction starts in markets across the nation and gives them a rating based on overall potential. Shrinking markets are those that receive a score of 1.0 or less. Expanding markets score 1.0 or greater. The busiest markets with ratings of 5.0 or greater are deemed hot spots.
The 2016 commercial construction hot spots according to CMD’s 18-month Expansion Index are: Read more