Parking lot painting is really a strenuous job even if done with the stencils and machines. Before any paint is laid, proper planning must be done in order to ensure an effective and neat layout. The available area must be properly marked in order to park maximum number of vehicles to maintain cost effectiveness. If the parking lot is not well organized and if any facilities are not available like handicapped parking, you may lose viable clients or customers to your business. As customers always look for ease of movement, a place they can easily enter, park and exit quickly and safely. With properly placed parking stalls that look attractive, arrows and handicapped reserve signs, STRIPES will ensure that your business offers the most to it’s clients while visiting you.
Why is parking lot configuration so complicated? The main goal of having a well planned layout is to maximize the lot’s usability. Most drivers have identified angled stalls as the easiest to turn into and back out of, but the may not serve to maximize space. The 90° straight in design provides maximum number of stalls but 45°, 60° or 75° angled stalls are also very popular.
Before starting the painting process, the area should be properly cleaned. STRIPES uses motorized blowers, and in some cases, power sweepers to clear out any obstacles on the surface that would get in the way during the painting process.
Call today to see how STRIPES can make the most out of your parking lot!