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Safety Zone: 4 Tips Parking Lot Managers Should Follow

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You’d think that with slower speed limits and more “Caution” signs posted around parking lots and garages, pedestrians would walk through them with more confidence. But parking lots are no place to put your guard down. Did you know that 20% of all car accidents occur in parking lots, according to data from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety?

Here are some ways you can increase the level of safety in your parking zones and hopefully help lower the overall percentage of parking lot accidents:

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How to Keep Parking Lots Running Like a Well-Oiled Machine

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Because parking is one of the first ways customers interact with your business in person, you’ll want to keep your parking lot or parking garage in great shape. Visitors don’t usually notice your parking lot unless it looks neglected or it malfunctions in some way. Here are parking lot maintenance measures you can employ to keep your facility looking fresh.

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Signs that Your Mall Parking Lot Should Have

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People tend to go where it is most convenient. That being said, if your mall’s parking lot is too difficult to navigate and people dread going there, then your facility can start to lose business. Curcio Enterprises reveals the signs your mall parking lot should have to ensure it is not a hassle for all your facility’s visitors.

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City Parking Lot Code Enforcement 101

When maintaining your parking lot and ensuring it is safe for all your facility’s visitors, it is crucial to be aware of parking lot code and compliance. One violation could be the difference between a safe parking lot and a lawsuit. Curcio Enterprises discusses the basics of city parking lot code enforcement and compliance along with the high costs associated with violations.

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Parking Lot Projects: Working with a Licensed and Insured Business

When you work with a business, you want them to efficiently and safely get the job done without incurring more costs. There are two paths you can take: the risky path or the safe one. Too often, we hear horror stories when people hesitantly decide to work with an unlicensed or uninsured business. Which path will you take? Curcio Enterprises gives you the reasons why it is critical to work with a licensed and insured business for any of your parking lot projects.

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The Importance of Parking Facility Maintenance

Why is parking facility maintenance so important?

Probably for the same reason why website maintenance is important. Parking lots and websites are many companies’ first impressions. If your facility appears dirty or unprofessional, people are going to walk into your establishment feeling deterred, and things will already be getting off on the wrong foot.

Picture a parking lot that’s sloppy or disheveled. Trash and rubble align the spaces, the paint is dull and chipping, the construction appears old and outdated, and it’s clear no one has tended to the facility in years. Not only will customers lose their enthusiasm right off the bat, they’ll also feel very unsafe. Would you want to leave your car unattended in a place that looks like a stiff breeze could knock it over? Parking lot maintenance is just as important as business maintenance, and if your customers don’t like what they see, they probably won’t return.

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5 Things a Good Parking Facility Maintenance Team Needs

A parking facility maintenance team is a group of professionals hired to make your parking facility stand out from all the others. The duties of a maintenance team often vary, and range from cleaning and striping to installing sign packages.

Hiring the right maintenance team can be crucial for keeping your parking facility up to par and safe, which means only the best will do. This can be a pretty tricky decision; one team might have the best prices, but work at a snail’s pace. Another might move fast and have great Yelp reviews, but their prices are higher than you expected.

All these factors are relevant to finding the right team, but they’re just a sliver of the many qualities a good maintenance group should consistently exhibit. Here are five traits your team must always possess:

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