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Parking Lot Safety Tips to Keep Business Owners and Patrons at Ease

Enjoying Their Day Out Shopping

When designing your parking lot or parking garage, you imagine the best experience for your visitors and employees. But does your vision extend to people of different abilities and ages? What will ensure the best experience for children, elderly, or disabled patrons? Also important: have you kept your facility up-to-date with the latest accommodations and safety precautions? If not, you could be liable for damages if a patron is injured while in your parking lot.

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Signs It’s Time for New Signs – Must-Have Parking Lot Signage

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Proper signage in your parking lot or garage can mean the difference between driver and passenger safety versus a traffic accident. Without well-designed, easy-to-see signs, your parking area would be wrought with erratic drivers and injuries.

Curcio Enterprises lists the top 5 signs you need for your parking lot to ensure overall driver and pedestrian safety and satisfaction:

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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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A Look at Our Favorite Custom Signs

Traffic Sign

In busy cities like Los Angeles and Santa Monica, it can be difficult for drivers to effortlessly find their destinations and ample parking. Signs make it easier for drivers to safely find and arrive at their desired location. Over the years, the Curcio team has designed custom signage for clients like the Citadel Outlets, Old Pasadena, the Los Angeles Dodgers, Staples Center, and more. This week, we share a few pictures of our favorite signs and remind facility managers of their importance.

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Fall Parking Lot Cleanup

With autumn only a few days away, the leaves are getting ready to change colors and fall off the trees. As beautiful as the colors of fall are—and however fun it may be to jump into a pile of leaves—they can be unsafe when presented in parking lots. How do property and facility managers, airports, malls, and other venues keep their facilities clean during the fall?

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Parking Lot Maintenance Checklist for Winter

Rainy rooftop parking lot

As we begin to transition into the fall and winter months, it is crucial to consult your maintenance checklist to ensure your parking lot is prepared for the changing weather. Some maintenance tasks will be difficult to accomplish when the rain starts to fall, creating a time-sensitive schedule your facility should abide by. Curcio Enterprises lists the items you should cross off your checklist this fall to get your parking lot ready for winter.

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