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April 26, 2017
A parking lot is often seen as the least important facility in a property, and thus its maintenance is commonly at the bottom of many property manager’s priority list. The bad news is that ignoring the parking lot comes with dire consequences, not the least of which is the damage that it deals to the building’s (along with its owner’s) reputation.
The parking lot is the first thing visitors see, and first impressions last, as you may well know. Treat your parking lot like a welcome mat and keep it clean and well-maintained. Suppliers of parking lot sweepers in Phoenix offer these tips to not only prolong the parking lot’s life, but also to improve the building’s curb appeal.
Sweep the area regularly
Sweeping your lot clean of debris and obstruction not only makes the area more attractive, it also makes it safer for the cars and pedestrians using it. Plus, it can help keep your overall building maintenance costs down. Rocks and leaves can hamper drainage, leading to frequent occurrences of standing water on the surface of the concrete or asphalt. This can soften surface and cause its break down potentially leading to cracks and potholes over time. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2qI6r0v
April 25, 2017
Whether your commercial cleaning business in Los Angeles is in the middle of an expansion or your logistics company in Phoenix is looking to improve its floor cleaning efficiency, there’s a good chance that you are looking to invest in a floor scrubber. Unfortunately, purchasing several brand new scrubbers may not be a smart financial investment for many companies. In such cases, opting to purchase used floor scrubbers may be a more cost-effective alternative. With that in mind, here are a few tips to help you find the best used floor scrubber for your needs:
The Age of the Scrubber and Its Repair History
Similar to how you would purchase a used car, try to learn how old the used floor scrubbers on display are prior to choosing a particular unit. Knowing the age of a used scrubber can give you insight on how close a unit is to reaching the end of its service life, which can help you get more “bang for your buck”. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2qHZJHN