What Is So Important About the Pavements in Retirement Communities?
All communities need to provide residents with safe pavements, but safety becomes even more important when every resident is at least 55 years old. Some of them may have mobility issues, but they still want to remain physically active by riding bikes, walking, attending functions at the community clubhouse, jogging, or swimming in the community pool. Others may rely on motorized scooters, electric wheelchairs, or other mobility aids. At any age, but as residents grow older, tripping hazards have the potential to cause falls that could result in broken bones, dislocated joints, head injuries, or severe bruising. Furthermore, retirees want and deserve an aesthetically pleasing environment. Uneven sidewalks, potholes in streets, and other forms of damage can make pavements both unsightly and unsafe.
What Are Some Essential Paving Services for Retirement Communities?
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