No pavement marking job is too large or small. A freshly-striped parking lot is the perfect ‘welcome mat’ for visitors. We pride ourselves on executing each striping job with careful attention to detail using modern, airless spray equipment. We specialize in both new layout and re-stripe. Also, we can evaluate your parking lot and ensure that all code requirements are met and perform DOT specified thermo-plastic striping.
There are a variety of materials that can be used in pavement marking including:
Paint: Paint is usually applied right after the road has been paved.
Thermoplastic: One of the most common types of road marking based on its balance between cost and performance longevity, thermoplastic binder systems are generally based on one of three core chemistries: hydrocarbons, rosin esters or maleic modified rosin esters (MMRE). Thermoplastic coatings are generally homogeneous dry mixes of binder resins, plasticizers, glass beads (or other optics), pigments, and fillers. Their use has increased over paints mainly due to the performance benefits of increased durability, retro-reflectivity, and a lack of VOC solvents.
Plastic: Commonly referred to as tape or cold plastic, this product is heavy-grade material with reflective beads embedded in the plastic. It is commonly used to mark crosswalks, stop bars, and traffic guidance such as turn lanes, HOV lanes, train crossings, pedestrian crossings, taxi lanes, bus lanes, and bike lanes.