Sealcoating services to protect the asphalt surfaces. Its main purpose is to reseal and protect a fresh layer of asphalt on your site or renew its appearance and make it like new for those who use it.
However, sealcoating is not able to fix superficial cracking or damage, as these types of blemishes cannot simply be covered. In order for sealcoating to be effective and last for as long as it is capable, the base layer must be strong and properly laid.
Regardless of which method is used to apply the sealer, the process is the same. Some projects may require a second layer depending on the conditions and product desired.
Striping not only provides an aesthetic appeal to your property but is also required to comply with regulations set by federal, state, and local laws.
Using the highest quality and most eco-friendly material pays dividends to both the property as well your budget. Striping consists of lines that segregate different lanes and parking spaces, and they also help regulate the flow of traffic throughout the parking lot or structure.
Striping is performed using DOT approved paint with very specific materials specifications for increased visibility and durability.
Thermoplastic Markings are most commonly seen on highways, city streets and at stop signs in neighborhoods. These lines are reflective and become significantly apparent at night when headlights are shined on them.
They are constructed with thermoplastic, a plastic material made of binder, pigments, filler, and glass beads. The pigment creates the color, the glass beads increase reflectivity, and the filler serves to add bulk.
The binder is what makes the material tough, flexible, and what creates the bond strength to adhere to the pavement surface while holding the other components together.
Reflective Pavement Markers are most commonly seen in the center of the roads and driving lanes in parking lots to indicate the separation of lanes. They are simple to install and have a very long lifespan.
There are a wide variety of these that include white markers for lane markers close to the pavement edge, yellow and orange markers for separating traffic, blue markers used for marking fire hydrants and critical objects, green markers for emergency vehicles entering an automated gate, and red markers indicating closed areas and wrong way signals.
These reflective markers are required by most regulations and are best done by professionals who have experience in this field.
We install and provide all types of parking lot and roadway signage such as stop signs, do not enter signs, reserved signs, and more.
Having these signs on site is important for guiding visitors correctly and adhering to local regulations that are required in most states.
If your facility needs signs to properly finish the construction of the site and add finishing touches, we have the knowledge and experience to efficiently complete the project.