A parking lot is one of the first things noticed by customers, clients, and visitors entering a facility. The color contrast of a newly striped lot is attractive and is a good indication that the property owner emphasizes maintenance.
A well-marked parking lot directs people safely around the parking area. Crosswalks, stop bars, loading-zone markings, and properly marked pickup areas, such as for customers or boarding vehicles, inform pedestrians where they should walk when to give right-of-way to traffic, and what areas to avoid.
To help preserve or improve the flow of traffic on a parking lot, we will either re-stripe or lay out new markings.
Signed into law in July 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) all parking lots no matter the size must have the required amount of designated handicap parking stalls.
A simple asphalt curb can improve the durability of your pavement. It not only helps with drainage by directing the flow of water, but it also helps prevent the erosion of the dirt or grassy areas around your pavement.