How To Keep Your Parkade Looking Spick-And-Span

Owning a parking structure (especially in a really busy location) is a great way to earn a living. But just like anything, parking structures like parkades can get dirty after all of the traffic, weather, and buildup from outside debris. Even though having a dirty parkade may be normal for some people, holding your parking structure to a higher standard will help you get more business. To keep your parkade clean, here are a few tips. 

Have It Power Washed

Every season, or at least twice a year, consider hiring a parkade cleaning company to come power wash your parkade for you. With power washing, they will be able to get rid of dirt, oil, bird droppings, leaves, and any other junk that is caked onto your garage. A great part about power washing is that it can get just about every hard surface in your parkade clean, including the cement walls and the paved ground. Just make sure that you shut down your parkade for the day so that they can get every spot as clean as possible. 

Hire a Janitorial Service

No, you don't need to have a janitorial service mop the parking spaces, but having them come to pick up trash, empty trash cans, clean the stairwells and elevators, and make sure everything looks presentable is a must. Depending on how much traffic your parking structure gets, you may want to look into hiring a service to come and help you every day, or you may be able to get away with having them come every couple of days. 

Have Lines Repainted

One of the most frustrating things about owning a parkade is how quickly things like parking spot lines fade. Having parking lot lines is a must because they mark the size and location of every parking spot, but after a lot of wear and tear, they can quickly fade. Having strong, vibrant lines will not just ensure that your parking structure looks nice but it could also prevent accidents or legal issues. For instance, if a spot is mismarked or unmarked, someone may park over the line and ding someone else's car, which could be a liability on your end. 

To keep your parkade in business and to ensure that it continues to thrive, make sure that you keep these suggestions in mind. To learn more, reach out to a parkade cleaning company near you.