Pavement marking services are provided to assist you in directing your traffic safely and healthily. The main purpose of pavement markings is to redirect traffic so that it is easy flowing and there are fewer injuries due to confusion. Pavement markings can also indicate important notices, such as reserved parking or areas that are prohibited to enter by standard vehicles. We help you customize your pavement markings to your needs.
Pavement marking is a service that allows us to mark the pavement using specialty paint for important traffic signs or notices. Pavement marking can be used for parking lots and main roads where traffic regularly passes. Pavement marking helps keeps drivers and pedestrians safe when using the common area for traffic. Traffic markings include arrows to indicate which direction to turn or which way traffic should be going. There can also be signs including signals to slow down, speed limits, and any bumps in the road for the driver to be aware of.
Parking Lot Markings
Parking lot markings are similar to standard traffic markings except these markings are intended to direct visitors on the safest areas to park. The lines between parking spaces are marked so that cars are not directed to park too close to one another and others have enough space to completely park. Other parking lot markings can include reserved parking for handicap, special permits, or other important persons that need quick or dedicated parking access.
Painting New Markings
If you currently have pavement markings that are difficult to see or are fading and need updating, we can also assist in providing updated paintings for your pavement markings. If your payment has never had a marking before, we will have to measure out space so that we can provide markings that are precise and accurate. This includes measuring up lanes for the cars and ensuring that every marking is adequately placed to avoid hazards to drivers. We paint on new markings use a bright color such as yellow, white, or red. The different markings usually have a different meaning when driving so we must stick to local regulations when painting on new markings on a paved road, highway, or parking lot.
Updating or Repainting Markings
When it comes to painting on new pavement markings, the old markings must be faded enough so that the new ones can be painted over with ease. This allows for drivers to not be confused with which markings to follow when driving. If your road or paved area has recently been renovated or updated and needs new painting marks to go along with it, we will have to fade off the existing ones to paint on top of the new ones so that they are more prominent. Updating or repainting markings does not take much time and can be thoroughly achieved once the old markings have been completely removed and are no longer distracting to traffic or drivers.