Regardless of the surface, dirt accumulates over time.
When used to remove difficult dirt, stains, salt, loose paint, mold, grime, dust, mud, chewing gum, and debris, power washing gives your facility a wonderful appearance, making it cleaner and safer.
With this intention, DBS Building Services offers Commercial Cleaning and Janitorial Services to preserve the surface from dangerous contaminants.
If not removed on a regular basis, they can degrade the appearance of your home and significantly impair its value.
You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression, according to an old adage. Also, according to the Kingsley Report published by BOMA Magazine, having a strong first impression is perhaps the most essential factor in attracting new tenants to a building.
In a highly competitive market, a property’s aesthetic can assist attract new clients, keep them, and optimize asset value.
A good initial look on a property can contribute as much as 5 to 10% to the value of the property – says John Aust, President of the National Association of Real Estate Appraisers.
These three factors will sequentially summarize Lehi. Firstly, Salt Lake City is 26 miles away from Lehi. It is Utah’s sixth oldest city, with a rich history of pioneers and the old west.
Secondly, Lehi has a population of 64,006 people (as of 2019), and it has previously been known as Dry Creek, Sulphur Springs, and Snow’s Springs.
Thirdly, and most importantly, in Utah County, Lehi is a fast rising city. The rapid growth of Lehi is due in part to the quick development of the Silicon Slopes tech industry cluster. In Lehi, the population of Utah is concentrated.
Equally important, the city of Lehi was founded around 1850, and it was named after Lehi, a prophet in the Book of Mormon. Thanksgiving Point is a popular tourist destination in Lehi. It was founded in 1995 as a non-profit museum complex and estate garden.
In conclusion, the Ashton Gardens, Thanksgiving Point Golf Course, Museum of Ancient Life, Museum of Natural Curiosity, Farm Country, and the Butterfly Biosphere are the six primary attractions. Every year, around 1.45 million people visit Thanksgiving Point.