December 2018 Archives

What can be done about a construction defect?

When beginning a business, the first thing Louisiana residents are likely looking for is a good site to begin construction upon or a good building to start one's company up in. When a building that fits the description of what is being sought, it might seem too good to be true. However, if there are construction defects then it probably is too good to be true.

Five ways to finance your new business

Opening your own business is a dream for many Americans. It allows you to be your own boss, pursue a passion and create something you are proud of. However, getting a business started is a lot of work and can be quite expensive. Here are five ways to come up with start-up costs for your business.

What types of assets might Louisiana businesses need?

When a person is forming a business in Baton Rouge, they must secure the assets needed to run their business. There are three general types of business assets business owners should be familiar with. One is tangible assets. Equipment and buildings are two examples of tangible assets. These types of assets are generally used in the regular course of business and depreciate over time.

Construction defects include dry rot and wet rot

When a commercial structure is being erected in Louisiana, there are usually many parties involved in the project. There is the project owner, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and more. Specifically, when it comes to suppliers, those who contract with them expect their goods will not be defective. Unfortunately, construction defects are sometimes found in the supplies used to build a structure. Today we will take a look at two types of defects that can be found in wood used to construct a building: dry rot and wet rot.

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