“Considering that striping is possibly the least-costly maintenance upgrade a property owner can make it’s pretty easy to see that it can be the improvement that can provide the greatest value.” Allan Heydorn of Pavement Maintenance & Reconstruction
A parking lot isn’t complete until it’s striped. Traffic and pavement markings define the parking pattern and provide direction for traffic flow. Solid and neat markings for parking stalls, disabled parking, directional arrows, no parking zones, speed bumps and the like, keep a property looking well maintained and organized. Striping is most often done using high quality latex traffic paint. Some situations may also call for the durability and reflectivity of hot applied thermoplastic marking material with glass beads.