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Pavement Marking and Parking Lot Striping Services By Rose Paving
How many fender benders occurred in your parking lot this year? Any number north of zero is unfortunate. Fortunately, you can minimize the number of fender benders and accidents that occur on your property with pavement marking and parking lot striping services by Rose Paving.
Benefits of Line Striping and Pavement Marking
The benefits of pavement marking and parking lot striping extend far beyond the aesthetic of your asphalt. It also improves the usability of your parking lot and minimizes your liability should an accident inevitably occur. Timely repair and maintenance of pavement markings also:
- Increase Safety for Drivers and Pedestrians – Well-defined crosswalks ensure the drivers and pedestrians watch out for each other to reach their destination without incident.
- Aid Traffic Flow – Pavement markings minimize driver confusion by clearly denoting the flow of traffic with arrows and stop lines, thereby making it easier for cars to enter and exit your parking lot without confusion or congestion.
- Maximize Parking Space – Carefully planned and executed parking lot striping services enable you to maximize the size of your marking lot and make the most of every square foot.
- Improve Curb Appeal – Parking lots fade over time. Fortunately, services like pavement marking, Crack Sealing and Lot Marking are designed to restore your pavement to like-new condition and improve the curb appeal of your property.
- Enable Handicapped Parking and Disability Access – Pavement marking and lot striping enable handicapped parking, making it easier for disabled persons to enter and leave your property.
Rose Paving’s Parking Lot Striping and Pavement Marking Process
Rose Paving uses the highest quality material and the latest equipment to complete every project with efficiency and perfection. Our parking lot stripers are equipped to provide specialized markings and signs for any application.
Preparation involves cleaning the lot of all debris with a power blower or broom and, where applicable, removing old stripes.
How to Tell if Your Asphalt Needs Pavement Marking and Parking Lot Striping: 9 Signs Your Parking Lot Needs to be Repainted
Any property manager will tell you that the design and management of a functioning parking lot is more complex than you might expect. Far more than a simple place to park your car, the parking lot of a commercial business offers customers a glimpse at the service they can expect from the business. Consider the image a poorly managed, disorderly slab of pavement portrays to your clientele.
Beyond the curb appeal and aesthetic of your business, pavement marking improves the functionality and safety of your parking lot by making it easier for drivers and pedestrians to navigate the property.
Though pavement marking and parking lot striping are important, they are not immune to the test of time and the elements. If you notice any or all of the following signs that your parking lot needs to be repainted, then it’s time to contact Rose Paving for a consultation.
Worn and Faded Wheel Stops
Wheel stops keep cars from driving out of the parking lot and into the property beyond. But wheel stops only work if drivers can see them. If the wheel stops in your parking lot are faded, cracked or simply bare, then it’s time to restripe and repaint your parking lot.
Complaints of “Sloppy Parking” and “Bad Drivers”
If drivers and pedestrians can’t see the lines in your parking lot, then complaints of “sloppy parking” and “bad drivers” are bound to increase. Heaven forbid that one of those complaints comes from an important client or prospective customer.
Fortunately, you can minimize complaints about your parking lot with brightly painted traffic markings and clearly defined parking lines. All you need to do to get started is contact Rose Paving for a quote.
Increased Number of “Close Calls”, Accidents and Fender Benders
Concurrent with complaints of “sloppy parking” and “bad drivers” is the occurrence of “close calls”, accidents and fender benders – because the harder it is to see traffic lines, the harder it is to navigate your parking lot without causing an accident. The longer you wait to restripe and mark your pavement, the higher the chance of an accident occurring on your property.
Frost and Rain Obscure Parking Lines and Pavement Stripes
If a thin layer of frost or rain obscures the traffic markings and parking lines of your pavement, then they have faded beyond the point of usefulness. In other words, your pavement markings are too faded to be seen during inclement weather, when drivers need them most. Don’t wait for a fender bender to occur. Restripe your pavement now, before the next frost causes an accident in your parking lot.
The Lines and Markings Have Completely Faded/Are No Longer Visible
The test of time, weather and U/V light from the sun degrade the pitch black surface of your pavement and fade pavement lines into obscurity. If you notice a faded, dull gray parking lot with hardly visible parking lines, then it’s time to sealcoat and remark your pavement.
It’s Been More Than Five Years Since Your Pavement Has Been Restriped
All of the above listed symptoms are a sign of neglected pavement maintenance. If you witness any of the above conditions, or it’s been more than five years since your last pavement maintenance project, then it’s time to contact Rose Paving about pavement marking and parking lot striping today.
Everything You Need to Know About Parking Lot Striping and ADA Regulations
The A.D.A. Requirements on Parking Lots outline the standards for disabled parking, access aisles, curb ramps, signage and markings to which a property owner must comply. Those properties not in compliance with A.D.A may be put on notice by Local, State and/or Federal authorities to make such changes within a certain time period. Those still in violation could face a fine.
Facts About Pavement Marking
Traffic, parking lot and pavement marking come in many different signs, colors and symbols, and so do the services that apply them. From traffic lines and parking stripes, to race track painting and airport markings, there are dozens of applications for pavement marking:
- Layout Services
- Symbols & Messages
- Stop Bars
- Traffic Dividers
- Railroad Markings
- School Zones
- Center Lines
- Bike Lanes
- Edge Lines
- Recessed Markings
- Marking Removal
- Roundabout Markings
- Friction and Anti-Skid Coatings
- Traction – Anti Skid Coatings
- Start – Finish Lines
- Curb Painting
- Pit Lanes
- Branding – Advertising
- Safety Markings
- Stencil Services
- Custom Colors
- Temporary Markings
- Roval Markings
- Fire Lanes
- ADA Markings
- Traffic Marking
- Road Markings
- Anti-Slip Coatings
- Runway Marking
- Helipad Marking
- Compass Rose
- Zipper Lines
- Terminal Markings
- Parking Lot Striping
- Safety Zones
- Anti Skid Coatings
- Storage Lines
- Basketball Marking
- Tennis Courts
- Pickle Ball Courts
- Playground Marking
- Custom Design
- Design & Layout Services
- Organization Marking
- Pest Management Boundaries
Don’t see the pavement marking service you need, contact Rose Paving for a consultation. We’ll find the perfect combination of services to meet your needs.
If you like to learn more about the Rose Paving process, detailed specifications are available for download in our Pavement Marking Technical Specs library. But the first and best step you can take to repair your damaged pavement markings is to call Rose Paving for a consultation.
We’ll work with you to establish a pavement maintenance plan that meets your needs, then get to work removing and/or replacing the deteriorated and damaged asphalt that plague your commercial structures. Contact us here to get started.