Pitfalls and Pitholes of Underground Parking

By | March 2, 2010

We have an underground parking lot in Taipei, and it’s on the B3 floor. It’s not the most salubrious place to park your car, but it’s okay for us. But our building is now about 10 years old or more, and showing some signs of wear and tear, due to earthquakes, rain, typhoons and dust. One of the things I would love the building management to do is replace the garage flooring with something a little better looking, more durable, and (perhaps) a little more expensive.

C'mon, People: How Hard is it, REALLY?

But I’m not hopeful of that ever happening: we’ve got pit-holes, pools of water, rats, cats and a whole array of nasties down there. I wouldn’t expect them to do much more than cover the ugliness up for Chinese New Year!