Looking to Protect Your Office Towers? Consider Corner Guards

by Boss Steel on October 07, 2016

Office towers have never been cheap, but when a certain Dallas Uptown office tower hit the market in August of 2016, it was immediately expected to sell at a record price. The nineteen-story building was six years old at the time and almost fully-leased.

The 17Seventeen McKinney sale would be even higher than the recent purchase of the 2000 McKinney tower, which sold for an estimated $502 per square foot to German investors (Dallas News).

As of the time of this writing, the building is not yet sold; however, considering who the future owner might be makes for some interesting speculation. 

No matter how financially assured the new owner of the 17Seventeen McKinney building may be, there is a high chance that his next step will be to ensure that he will see a return on his investments. One of the way to protect an investment, of course, is to safeguard the facility against loss due to damage. 

One way to do that, of course, is to consider installing corner guards for office towers. With the high amount of foot traffic that the average office tower sees from day to day, it is almost inevitable that in time, the interior corners will be damaged. Scrapes, scratches, dents, and gouges not only mar the general appearance but also increase yearly maintenance costs. Installing our guards will protect your corners, thus decreasing the bottom line of your annual maintenance costs while simultaneously protecting your original investment. 

With various sizes, styles, and thickness of guards available, we here at Boss Corner Guards know that we are well equipped to help you protect the corners of your office towers. For more information on our products, such as which style of guard would be best for your office tower, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to working with you.