Parking blocks have many different names. Depending on the manufacturer and region, you can call them parking blocks, parking stops, curb stops, and more. No matter the name, the parking block is the concrete or rubber stop installed at the head of parking spaces across the country.
You don’t often think about parking stops until you run into one and thank it for saving your vehicle, but there’s more to these simple devices than meets the eye. Let’s learn more about the versatile parking block and what high-quality parking stops can do for your parking lot.
Have you ever pulled into a parking lot that had crumbling, missing, or paint-chipped parking blocks? What was the initial impression of that business? A building’s exterior and condition are an advertisement for the businesses inside, and if that exterior is falling apart, you get a poor first impression. Crumbling parking lots say we can’t fix our parking lot, so how could we help you?
High-quality, brightly painted, and professionally installed parking lots look great and will give customers at your business a great first impression. It may not be obvious, but a parking block could make or break your tenant’s next big sale.
If you’ve decided your parking lot needs an upgrade with new parking blocks, you have a big decision in cement vs. rubber parking blocks. Which one is right for you?
Don’t leave yourself liable for damage from cars running into your structure or running into each other – install great looking high-quality parking blocks. Both rubber and cement parking blocks provide safety, organization, and make your lot look more professional for both tenants and visitors.
They’re affordable, they work, and there’s no reason you shouldn’t look at your parking block situation before there’s an accident. Call Colorado Pavement Solutions to get quotes on different parking stops and make your lot safer today.