Have you ever pulled into an establishment’s parking lot and suddenly felt like you were driving across the moon? Cracks, potholes, uneven surfaces, and faded or missing pavement markings can lead to an uneasy and confusing parking experience. They can even make new customers less confident about doing business with you since a shabby or poorly striped parking lot doesn’t exactly show care and concern for your visitors.
Before a customer ever arrives at your front door or walks into your lobby, they’ve already gotten an impression of your business or establishment. No, it’s not the architecture of the building or even your decor that first welcomes them to your property – it’s your parking lot.