Terri Riley

3 Reasons Buyers Aren't Looking At Your Commercial Properties

As a commercial real estate agent, the goal is to sell your clients' properties as fast as possible. So, when you can't even get potential buyers to come through the door to view the property — it's a major problem. In some instances, it's the price point, the area, or simply that buyers in the area aren't interested in what the property has to offer. However, in many instances, it's a mistake you're making.

LED Signs: 3 Tips For Designing The Text

When you are designing an LED sign, the most important thing that you need to remember is that your target audience needs to be able to read and understand the message that you are trying to tell them. Your primary goal is to make an impact and essentially stand out in a crowd. If your sign blends in with the surrounding environment, then it will not be effective because it won't grab the attention of passersby.

Business Have Old Exterior Lighting? 2 Benefits On Renovating Your Old Lighting Using Retrofit

Retrofit is changing your currently lighting bulbs and fixtures with new lighting. If your business currently uses metal HID fixtures, you will find many benefits by renovating this lighting with new lighting. Below are two of these benefits so you can get started on this project. Improve Light Levels The first thing you will notice is that your lights will be more appealing. This is no matter if you choose to use fluorescent lighting or LED lighting.

3 Tips On What To Put On Your Banner For Summer Outdoor Events

If your business is going to attend a variety of outdoor events this summer, you are going to need a way to identify your business and your booth. The most common way to identify your business is with a banner. A banner is a great way to identify your business because you can customize its appearance and it is easy to store and move around to different locations. The key to an effective banner is to know what to put on your banner.

Transformers Are Necessary To Make Sure Power Is Usuable

Power lines come into factories to make sure that the various machines and pieces of equipment can be powered up and used safely. But those power lines can carry very high voltages, into the tens or even hundreds of thousands of volts on each wire. While that may work really well for the transmission lines, they aren't so great when it comes to powering the stuff in the factory. That much voltage would immediately blow out what kind of machine or equipment that is hooked up to it.