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Articles Tagged with ''parking''

Fill Your Parking Lot With Cars, Not Pests

Far before any chemical treatments are necessary, you can proactively prevent pests from filling your facilities by setting up external barriers.
Patrick Copps
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While cluttered and unclean parking areas around your property can be a deterrent to tenants and customers, they can also encourage pests like rodents, flies and cockroaches.


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August 2010 Contractor Success

First Impressions Are Long Lasting

A clean, well-maintained parking lot projects an image of success and can be a source of pride for building owners and facility occupants.
Rickey Hyatt
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Aside from the exterior of your building, the parking lot is one of the first things any visitor sees; it is also the one part of any facility that passersby see, remember and base their judgments on.


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August 2011 Maintenance Matters

Don't Alienate Your Parking Lot

Focusing on cleaning and maintenance tasks outside of your facility has its benefits.
Aaron Baunee
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Some building owners and managers are cognizant of the initial impression the façade of their facility provides, but many fail to focus beyond cleaning windows and repairing bricks and mortar.


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May 2012 Facility Focus

Lots: More Than Just A Place To Park Vehicles

The parking lot is an extension of your building; pay it some mind.
John Lee
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Cleanliness impacts this impression and, depending on the parking lot's appeal, may determine whether or not a customer returns.


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