Archives for Renovations

Why You Can’t Hire Just Anyone to Pave Your Parking Lot

crumpled US Dollar Bill on asphalt streetThough it may be quicker to save money and partner with the first business that presents the lowest price to pave your parking lot, your facility or property could end up spending more money once the contractor shows up to complete their work. Curcio Enterprises reveals why you can’t just hire anyone to pave your parking lot along with how to make sure the company you choose doesn’t cause more problems than the ones that need to be fixed.

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Is Your Hotel Parking Lot Guest-Friendly?

Family is putting their luggage in the car

Travel is known to peak in the summer, which means hotels are packed with visitors and tourists looking to make the most out of their vacation plans. When guests arrive at your hotel, they should not be concerned with having trouble navigating through your facility. How do you ensure your guests have a worry-free and fun vacation during their time spend at your hotel? Curcio Enterprises reveals our best tips to making sure your hotel parking lot and facility is guest-friendly.

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Pressure Washing Protocols

 

Pressure washing is an important component in maintaining a clean, safe facility for drivers, pedestrians, and visitors. Though pressure washing has several benefits, there are a few things to be mindful of before you begin. Curcio Enterprises wants to keep you informed on the pressure washing protocols along with how sticking to a regular pressure washing schedule could benefit your facility.

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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 Trash and rubble align the spaces, the paint is dull and chipping, the construction appears old and outdated, and it’s clear no one has tended to the facility in years.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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