If your commercial parking lot needs new parking stalls or you need to redo the existing ones, Sundman Paving & Sealcoating can get the job done. When it comes to parking lot striping, there are many guidelines to follow depending on your area, type of business, and other factors. We at Sundman have been working in the industry since 1980, and we are very familiar with these rules, so you don’t have to worry.
If your property needs new lines or has received a new overlay, we will create new parking lot stalls according to the right guidelines. It is our job to measure out the lines according to the property’s rules. Certain cities have different requirements for stalls, and with our expertise, we know what is right for your property.
Depending on your property, we can work together for a plan of action for the best layout of parking stalls. Some properties require straight stalls, whereas others may have diagonal stalls. If you are not sure about the layout of your parking lot, we will find you the right solution.
Our team at Sundman can evaluate your property with the existing parking lot stalls and redo them so they are clear to the drivers and pedestrians. To recreate your existing strips, we simply stripe over the old ones. We use a grade laser liner and a striper machine to paint the straight lines that currently exist and give them an upgraded look. Make sure your property has clear parking lot stall marks to avoid any confusion for your employees’ and customers’ safety.
At Sundman Paving & Sealcoating, we can create more than just parking lot lines, but we can also create handicap stalls and customized stalls. We create handicap stalls according to the American Disabilities Act standards, so you are in compliance with the required laws.
If you have an existing or new parking lot, you can call our specialists to find the right solution for you. Sundman Paving & Sealcoating will provide you with a very competitive estimate. With our expertise in the industry and our outstanding customer service, you can’t go wrong with Sundman!