Posts Tagged ‘pedestrian hazards’

Why You Should Repair Winter Potholes as Soon as Possible

Friday, February 7th, 2020
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Repairing winter potholes quickly can help you eliminate driving hazards.

A pothole is one of the most potentially damaging defects that can develop in a parking lot. This pesky pothole poses a risk to both cars and pedestrians, and decrease the curb appeal of your business and its parking lot. The harsh weather and temperatures of winter can lead to potholes quickly developing. However, it is crucial for maintaining your business’s safety and reputation to repair those winter potholes as soon as possible. Taking the time to repair potholes can help benefit you in the three following crucial ways.  (more…)

The Importance of Spotting and Repairing Parking Lot Sinkholes

Thursday, January 30th, 2020
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Parking lot sinkholes can cause extensive damage if they aren’t repaired as soon as possible.

The parking lot is a crucial space for any business. Your customers need access to it to visit your business, and if it is too difficult to travel through, they may stop visiting you altogether. Damages like cracks and potholes can occur in any parking lot, no matter how well-cared-for it is. What matters is how quickly and successfully you repair the damages. One of the damages you should look out for is parking lot sinkholes. Sinkholes don’t always need to be large; a sinkhole of any size is dangerous to cars and pedestrians. Read below to learn how sinkholes happen and why it is necessary to repair them as soon as possible. (more…)

How to Eliminate Common Pedestrian Hazards in Your Parking Lot

Friday, January 24th, 2020
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Removing snowfall immediately is an important step in preventing your parking lot from developing common pedestrian hazards.

Even if you are taking measures to remove snow from your parking lot this winter, your pavement can still become dangerous to pedestrians by accumulating ice and developing cracks that can trip customers. If your visitors don’t feel safe traveling in your parking lot, you can not only lose business but suffer long-lasting damages to your reputation. To avoid the negative consequences of pedestrian hazards in your parking lot, follow the guide below for spotting dangerous areas and eliminating them as efficiently as possible.  (more…)