Whether it’s a hurricane or a tornado, a fire or a flood, or even a cyberattack, any business can be hit by a disaster. But by preparing your company for the worst, you can not only survive whatever happens but recover more quickly than the competition.
  • Sous-Vide Cooking at Home
    Have you ever been served a grilled steak that was dry and overcooked on the outside, yet a portion of the inside was still pink and moist? What a disappointment! If your steak had been prepared using the sous-vide process, it would have been cooked evenly all the way through. 
  • HomeAid Atlanta: Building New Lives
    2018 has been HomeAid Atlanta’s biggest year to date, and late summer and early fall were busy as ever with Care Days, a new renovation project, and the return of Project Playhouse.
    Tile has always been an adaptable product, but its versatility has been increasing steadily over the last several years because of new technology. 
  • Better Safe Than Sorry
    Keeping your business prepared means having the right tools in place if a hurricane, storm or other disaster strikes. FEMA, the National Hurricane Survival Initiative and other groups recommend that every business have the following items on hand.

Digital Edition


  • Builder Business Roundtable
    Georgia’s Arkin & Associates Offer Tips to Building Business Success
    Helpful Answers to General Business Questions for Builders
  • Upcoming Events
    Here’s What’s Going on That Impacts Georgia Building Professionals
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