Texas Parking Lot Services
The Highest in Quality, Durability and Precision
Professional pavement striping work that leaves your parking lot 100% compliant, safe and looking sharp for years to come
We offer a wide range of commercial parking lot services including:
- Parking Lot Planning and Design
- Line Striping and Parking Lot Marking
- Pavement Repair and Sealcoating
- Wheel Stop and Speed Bump Installation
- ADA Compliance and No Parking Zone Marking
Parking Lot Striping Services in Texas
Weather conditions, temperatures, usage patterns and local requirements and budgets range widely across our great state.
Choosing the right parking lot striping and ADA parking lot compliance expert is critical to the success of your project and the long-term lifespan of your parking facilities.
Parking Lot Layout Design & Planning
We are experts in parking lot layout design standards and solutions, including ADA Parking Lot Compliance Requirements and Standards.
Parking lot traffic flow and pedestrian considerations vary from business to business, and can change over the years as businesses grow.
Whether you are planning a new construction or simply need to overhaul your layout to better utilize your currently available space, call KP Striping and find out what we can do for you.
Pavement markings in your parking lot indicate to drivers how traffic should behave, reducing stress and parking related accidents.
Pavement markings can be be reflective or non-reflective and can include words, warnings, lines and symbols such as arrows, accessibility parking indicators, and much more.
Properly planned and applied pavement marking plays a critical role in safely managing traffic flow and preventing damage to your customer’s property and safety.
Parking Lot Line Striping
Quality line striping is critical to managing safe traffic flow and automobile parking on your property.
Reflective line striping can illuminate dark parking lots at night and can greatly enhance nighttime driveability and parking.
We offer a variety of paints and materials to meet your requirements and work within your budget, and give your parking lot a cost-effective new striping or restriping facelift that speaks well for your business.
Pedestrian Cross Walks & Intersections
While local regulations may prohibit certain designs, crosswalks come in many patterns: solid, standard, crosshatch, continental, dashed, and more.
Crosswalks are a key element to a welcoming and safe business parking lot that encourages foot traffic and maintains a steady stream of business.
Parking Lot Power Washing / Pressure Washing
Over time, your property collects dirt and debris from erosion, pedestrian traffic, construction work, wind and rain. Unsightly mold, mildew and algae can also grow, increasing year after year if not treated regularly.
Power washing can remove surface stains and build up, restoring the clean look of your property and preserving the longevity of your structures and surfaces.
Wheel Stop Installation
Concrete or rubber wheelstops help organize your parking lot by preventing parking on sidewalks, medians, or other restricted areas, and also protect cars from collisions during parking.
Concrete wheel stops are durable, affordable, long lasting, and difficult to steal due to their weight.
Rubber wheel stops can be purchased in several colors and are made of recycled rubber which is good for the environment.
Seal coat is a protective material that dries to a deep black finish leaving your parking lot with that newly finished appearance.
Good sealcoating can greatly extend the lifespan of your parking lot investment, protecting your parking lot surface from oil leaks, gasoline spills, UV radiation and water & ice intrusion.
Temperatures, weather conditions and use patterns range widely across Texas and ensuring you have the proper seal coat to protect your facility’s parking lot is critical for long life and low maintenance.
All parking lots are prone to wear and tear over time, through traffic and the harsh Texas weather.
Water damage in the spring, intense summer heat, and ice damage in the winter can leave your parking lot with cracks and gouges in the pavement that is unsafe for customers and that reflects poorly on your business.
KP Striping offers a full suite of pavement repair services, from minor crack repairs to pothole repair and patching. These services can help prevent your business from needing a complete resurfacing in the future.
Parking Lot Rubber Speed Bumps
Parking lots often need additional means of traffic control, also known as traffic calming.
Speed bumps are effective means of traffic control that slow drivers and remind them of the danger that speedy driving poses to other pedestrians.
In combination with parking lot markings, signage, and crosswalks, speed bumps are an excellent way of mitigating parking lot safety concerns.
Oil Based and Water Based Traffic Paint
Several types of paint can be used in parking lot striping and marking, depending on your needs and budget.
Oil/solvent-based paint are the most widely used because they are the most durable for the cost.
Water-based paint is the cheapest type of paint and dries very quickly, though it is less durable than oil-based paint.
When it comes to handicap accessible parking spaces, complying with ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) standards is absolutely essential.
In addition to federal regulations to consider, there are many nuances and details that must be followed which are particular to Texas.
Our knowledgeable professionals can ensure that your lot is not only beautiful, but is fully ADA compliant as well.
Pavement Marking Elimination
Waterblasting, sandblasting, and grinding are the most efficient and cost effective methods of pavement marking removal.
These techniques provide a clean slate for fresh lines and markings to be applied while preserving your parking lot surface.
Ensure old lines and markings are no longer marring your exterior aesthetic, confusing your customers, or interfering with the flow of traffic in your parking lot.
Curb Stenciling & Lettering
Well maintained curb painting helps reinforce designated parking and non-parking areas, and assists your customers in navigating your parking lot.
For example, red curb painting deters vehicles from parking in fire lanes or no parking zones, blue curb painting helps restrict parking for disabled parking, and green and yellow curb painting indicate visitor/timed parking and loading zones.
Thermoplastic paint contains plastic, which makes this paint even more durable than regular paints.
Though more expensive than most other kinds of paints used in parking lot striping, the durability and longevity of thermoplastic paint makes it ideal for parking lot striping, since the stripes maintain a crisp look for a long time and won’t have to be redone very frequently.
Many parking lots are sprawling and complicated systems of roads, roundabouts, crosswalks and intersections, more like miniature cities of their own than the simple strip mall parking lots of years past.
Clearly marked and designated intersections with right of way, lane assistance, and pedestrian guidance is a key element to exterior planning.
Fire Lanes and No Parking Zones & Tow Away Zones
Planning a commercial parking lot includes complying with state and federal regulations regarding no parking zones.
No parking spaces are an essential part of a parking lot, designating areas as a no parking zone.
These include handicap vehicle unloading zones, fire or emergency vehicle lanes, delivery or pickup areas, pedestrian crossings, fire hydrant parking proximity exclusions, and more.
Traffic Sign and Post Installation
Aluminum traffic signage with reflective surface comes in many different sizes and shapes, tailored to meet regulatory, warning, traffic guidance and control, and construction area goals.
Well planned and installed signage can assign parking, direct traffic, and enforce parking, private property, and fire lane restrictions.
Signage can be mounted to a variety of post types or existing buildings and structures.
Complete Layout Design & Redesign
Parking lots designed for public use are subject to numerous requirements and guidelines regarding safety and accessibility.
When planning a parking lot design or redesign, our first consideration is the purpose of the lot. A lot used for retail customer parking will have vastly different layout and traffic flow requirements, and safety and security provisions, compared to a lot designed to hold truck shipments.
These considerations assist us in creating a layout that maximizes the usage of the space available in any given parking lot.