How Often Should I Re-stripe My Parking Lot?

August 28, 2016

Parking lot striping is more than just adding curb appeal; it also increases the safety of the business environment. Parking lot markings help reduce accidents because they provide structure and guidance. When a parking lot has defined spaces and traffic directives, customers are less likely to block entrances, sidewalks and intersections. It even creates a safer environment for pedestrians. Once you add markings to your parking lot, however, you will need to maintain them.


Parking lot lines fade over time, which is why you must re-stripe them regularly. Heavy traffic and severe weather also speed up the deterioration process. To keep the stripes bright and visible, you should have a company re-stripe them every 12 to 18 months. As long as the temperature is above freezing, workers can re-stripe your parking lot.


Parking lot striping and markings may last longer if the area has a low amount of traffic. For example, office buildings usually experience less traffic than restaurants or shopping centers. Locations that generate high volumes of traffic require more maintenance. If you fail to maintain the pavement markings on your parking lot, especially ADA (Americans with Disabilities) mandated markings, you could also receive unwanted citations from your local government.  Very common to strip the parking lot after applying asphalt sealcoating.


For quality pavement markings, parking lot striping design and ADA consultation contact All Brite Striping, LLC. We work in the Atlanta Metro Area and are your experts in asphalt and pavement maintenance.  Our dedication to customer satisfaction has proven successful for the past 35 years. When we come out to re-stripe your parking lot, we also check to make sure that it complies with state regulations and the Federal Americans with Disabilities Act.

To hire All Brite Striping, LLC, contact us by calling (770) 231-7154 or by fill out a free job quote form.


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