Pressure washing outside your building creates an impression of brightness and cleanliness, which is exactly what visitors desire. However, don’t forget to keep an eye on the parking lot, whether in your commercial or residential property. Cleaning and maintaining your parking lot helps prevent first-time visitors from second-guessing their choice to visit your property and makes the trip into and out of it more enjoyable. Even if a whole parking lot pressure wash is not feasible, give particular attention to the following areas:
Pedestrian Crossings Ends
Individuals on foot are far more mindful of dirt and mud than those in vehicles. Maintain as clean a pedestrian crossing as possible, especially on steep ends where dirt and mud accumulate. Not only does pressure washing these places improve their beauty, but it also encourages people to use crosswalks and stay safe on their property.
Close Parking to Gutters
These parking areas are ideal candidates for accumulating an excessive amount of dirt, mud, and trash. Conduct frequent inspections and cleaning of these places to ensure they stay usable and project a favorable picture of your property to visitors. Failure to clean up stains and buildup casts a gloom over the whole parking lot.
Curbside Pickup Parking Spaces
Customers are increasingly choosing curbside pickup overstepping inside your shop, which means they may be required to wait in your parking lot in the case of commercial buildings. While the majority of drivers will check their phones during this period, they will also glance about. Maintain cleanliness in these places since clients will spend more time inspecting the heaviest stains.
Areas Surrounding Flowering Trees.
Flowering trees and acorns are an issue for parking lots with owners who wish to maintain everything in order. Depending on the season, these trees may smear, coat, and clear damage a big circle. Due to the volume of material they handle, these areas should be pressure cleaned more often.