In Pursuit of Curb Appeal

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In Pursuit of Curb Appeal

Most people spend their time dreaming up ways to improve the insides of their home. They renovate their kitchens, install new flooring, and paint the walls in vibrant colors. As far as I am concerned, however, the outside of the home is just as vital. After working for years as a landscape architect, I'm passionate about the form and function of yards, porches, decks, gardens, and other outdoor spaces. An inviting exterior welcomes guests to my home and encourages them to enjoy themselves. I decided to create a blog that would extol the virtues of curb appeal—and maybe inspire you to take your homemaking efforts outside.

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Tips To Remember With Construction Dredging
16 February 2021

If you have a waterway that is pretty shallow, the

Six Mistakes That Could Compromise The Accuracy Of Your Xactimate Estimate
23 December 2020

You need your Xactimate estimate to be as accurate

Planning Your Commercial Roofing Renovations With Building Improvements And Lightweight Materials
2 November 2020

When it comes time to renovate a commercial proper

Attention To Detail That Will Promote A Polished Appearance
21 July 2020

If the dripping faucet that is short in stature an

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There are a lot of important exterior elements of

3 Tips To Prevent Someone From Tripping And Falling In Your Parking Lot

The possibility of someone tripping and falling in your parking lot is something that you should be concerned about as a business owner. After all, your business could face major liability issues if someone gets hurt on your property. Plus, you probably want to prevent people from getting hurt, if at all possible. If you are concerned about this happening, you can follow these three tips to help prevent anyone from falling in your parking lot.

1. Have Your Parking Lot Paved

First of all, if you have a gravel or dirt parking lot, now is the time to do something about it. Not only does it not look as good as a paved parking lot, but it can also be a lot more dangerous. After all, you have to worry about someone tripping and falling in a hole or otherwise getting hurt. Work with a parking lot paving company to have your commercial parking lot paved, and you'll probably be glad that you did for more reasons than one. 

2. Keep Your Pavement in Great Shape

Simply having your parking lot paved is not enough to prevent anyone from getting hurt and keeping your parking lot looking great. You also have to make sure that your parking lot is kept in good condition. Potholes, bumps, cracks, and other types of damage to your parking lot can appear over time, and it could cause someone to trip and fall. Plus, it could put your parking lot at risk of further damage. Work with a parking lot paving company to maintain and repair your parking lot when needed.

3. Keep Your Parking Lot Clean and Clear

Lastly, make sure that you keep your parking lot clean and clear. During the winter, make sure you take care of any snow and ice; otherwise, someone could slip and fall, and your business could be held liable. Even garbage could cause someone to trip or slip and fall. Taking the time to clean up your parking lot yourself, having your employees clean it up throughout the day, or using a parking lot sweeping service will help you prevent anyone from tripping and falling. Plus, it will make your parking lot building -- and, therefore, your commercial property -- look a whole lot better. 

To learn more about how paving your parking lot can help you this year, contact your local parking lot paving service today.