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Written by Adam Miller

With an uncertain economy, businesses continue to look for ways to trim expenses and cut back on unnecessary details. However, cutting key maintenance expenses could end up harming the business in the long run, or increasing liability risks for the business. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at some of the maintenance expenses businesses should keep in their budget in order to minimize liability risk and protect the future of the business.

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Written by Adam Miller
How to Reduce Fire Risks on Your Commercial Property

Of all the disasters that can strike a commercial property, a fire is one of the costliest but also most preventable. They can be small fires that cause minor damage to equipment and furnishings, or they can be large fires that engulf the property and lead to substantial repair costs. In either case, companies can take proactive steps to reduce their exposure to fire damages and protect the future of their company.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is Your Business Prepared for Sudden Growth?

Every business owner dreams of their company taking off and growing by leaps and bounds, whether through a stream of loyal customers, an effective ad campaign, or even a viral video. Unfortunately, not all companies are ready to handle sudden growth, and dropping the ball on an influx of new business could mean disaster later. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at some of the ways sudden business growth can impact a company, and how companies can be better prepared to handle it.

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Written by Adam Miller
Home Repairs and Improvement Projects Best Left to Professionals

Owning a home is an important investment, but over time a property may be in need of repairs or an expansion in order to meet a growing family's needs. While some homeowners might be handy at minor repairs or DIY projects, some renovations and improvements are best left to professional contractors for safety reasons. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at some of the repair and improvement projects homeowners should entrust to contractors to avoid personal injuries or damage to their own property.

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Written by Adam Miller
Things to Know Before You Sign a Commercial Property Lease

Starting a business can be a thrilling endeavor, but it can also come with a host of financial and legal hurdles to overcome before you can open your doors to customers. One of the most important challenges is finding the ideal location, but it's important to know what you're getting into before you sign a commercial property lease and are locked into the agreement. Today's Aegis blog post looks at some of things business owners should know before signing any commercial property lease.

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Written by Adam Miller
Commercial Property Maintenance That Can Keep Employees Healthier

Employees are the lifeline of any company, so having a healthy workforce is a top priority for many companies. When employees are in a healthy and safe work environment, they are more productive and more efficient, which can benefit them and their employers. Companies have a variety of ways they can promote and protect employee health, and today's Aegis blog post looks at how commercial property maintenance can help accomplish that goal.

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Written by Adam Miller
Factors to Consider Before Offering Retail or Restaurant Delivery Services

As retailers and restaurants continue to deal with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, some have considered expanding their business model to include delivery services of food or merchandise. While it can be a great way to expand business offerings and serve customers who might be hesitant to shop in person, there are some important factors to consider before taking that leap. In today's Aegis blog post, we examine some of these factors.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Reasons Your Business Needs to Offer Group Health Benefits

When employees consider what's most important to them in an employer, good group health benefits are usually towards the top of the list. Unfortunately, many small businesses don't pursue Group Health Benefit coverage because they mistakenly think that they're too expensive or too difficult to obtain. The reality is that companies can easily get Group Health Benefit coverage that's affordable for both the company and employees.

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Written by Adam Miller
How to Keep Companies Running Smoothly After Leadership Changes

Companies can face any number of challenges in a given year, whether it's an increase in competition, repairing or replacing key equipment, or even a global pandemic. But one common change that can wreak havoc on a company is when it's not prepared for a change in leadership. Company founders and key leaders are an integral part of any company's success, so when there's a change at the top, a lack of preparation can have a negative trickle-down effect. Today's Aegis blog features some tips for keeping companies running smoothly after changes in leadership.

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Written by Adam Miller
What Companies Can Learn from Hurricanes

The Gulf Coast was recently impacted by Hurricane Laura, a major hurricane that decimated areas of Texas and Louisiana. While many communities were severely impacted by the wind, rain, and storm surge, major metropolitan areas, including Houston and New Orleans, were spared. Although millions are breathing a sigh of relief that their regions avoided major damage, the truth is that hurricane season doesn't end for several more months, and all areas of the Gulf Coast are still vulnerable to hurricane damage and losses.

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