Memorial Day

United Operations, Inc. would like to thank all families that have sacrificed loved ones defending our country and our freedoms. Have a safe Memorial Day weekend.

Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. The holiday, which is currently observed every year on the last Monday of May, originated as Decoration Day after the American Civil War in 1868.

Concrete and Asphalt Repairs

I know it may seem a little early, but with all the snow melt it has left most of the ground visible for inspections of your parking lots, sidewalks, retaining walls and any other exterior repairs that may be needed.

We are currently scoping and putting together pricing for a few clients on some concrete jobs. If you have some projects you need looked at give us a call. This will get your projects on the list so when the weather warms up they can be first to be done.

Veterans Day

United Operations, Inc. would like to thanks all veterans for their service to our country.

Happy Halloween

I saw this post on Facebook and thought it was worth passing along.

For those passing out candy this year, when a teenager comes to your door please give them candy with out saying “aren’t you too old to be doing this?”. They could be out doing things much worse: drinking & driving; vandalizing; drugs. I would rather they be knocking on my door asking for candy having safe and legal fun than having them do dangerous things. Let them be kids as long as they can be; they are growing up way too fast.

Also, please don’t refuse a child candy because they aren’t dressed up. Some children are autistic or have sensory issues that make dressing up highly uncomfortable, if not unbearable.

And one last thing, size doesn’t always determine mental age or special needs.

P.S. Some children don’t speak either, so please be kind when their parents or grandparents or a family member says “Trick or Treat” for them🎃

Have a safe and happy Halloween.

Summer and Golf

Looking forward to seeing all our clients at the Golf Event on this coming Monday June 12th.

New Welder and Trailer

United Operations, Inc. has updated one of it’s trailers and bought a new stick welder/generator.

This will complement our two smaller wire feed welders allowing us to do larger welding jobs for our clients. If you have any railings, stairs, gates or anything else that the winter weather has taken it’s toll on give us a call.

Thanks To Our Employees


We would like to thank all our employees for there dedication and hard work year after year.

Celebrating 28 Years



September 2016 marks United Operations, Inc.’s 28th year serving the Commercial Real Estate community.

We would like to thank all our clients for their support and trust in us. We look forward to many more years of helping you to maintain your properties.

Sump Pump Surprises

The end of winter is in sight. All this snow will eventually melt.

Where will all this water go? Most of it will soak into the ground or run off into the storm drains and some will find it’s way into your buildings. If you have sump pumps in your buildings now would be a good time to make sure they are working properly and that the outlet tube is not frozen if it runs outside. This could save you hundreds of dollars in clean up and water damage repairs.

Don’t wait for the pump to tell you it’s not working. Let us find and repair the problem.

United Operations’ Services

Some times a client will hire us to do one thing and doesn’t know all the other services we provide. This is the last of the series. Although we do much more than what I have covered over the past few months. If your not sure if we handle some kind of service please call and ask.


We have a crew of employees who pick up litter on the grounds of buildings. This service is usually done on a weekly basis of more for some retail complexes.


Our construction crew is able to handle any job from small repairs to  full tenant improvements including demolition, build outs, and remodeling of spaces.