After Paving or sealcoating your lot, or when the traffic markings on your parking-lot are faded, Brand new markings are essential in ensuring that your costumers are aware of the purposes of certain designated areas of the lot. These range from No Parking areas, to Handicap stalls, arrows, stop lines, and various other traffic markings. Call or email us today for a free estimate on painting traffic markings in the Orlando area, and in all of Central Florida.
When painting parking stall lines, here are a list of things to consider.
- Are there already pre-existing lines in your parking facility?
- Are the lines proper length for the size of your parkinglot?
-Are there enough stalls in your parking facility for all of your customers to park?
- Are the parking stalls installed in a way that is most effective for parking and traffic flow?
When you're ready to start your project, Call or email us for a free estimate on painting parking lines in the Orlando area, and in all of Central Florida.
Handicap-reserved spaces allow for extra space for walkers or wheelchairs, and are close in proximity to the destination, be it a store or business, so people with disabilities do not need to walk as far to reach the doors.
Call or email us today for a free estimate on installing new Handicap stalls in the Orlando area, and in all of Central Florida.
Painting the universal symbol of accessibility does not immediately make a parking lot compliant to ADA requirements. The 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design is formulated as per the DOJ-sanctioned revisions of Titles II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. This covers the scope regarding minimum requirements and provisions for handicap-accessibility in parking lots and similar facilities that are either newly designed, reconstructed or altered on or after March 15, 2012. Non-compliant facilities and installations can get fined or even face a civil lawsuit.
if you are unsure if your current parking-lot meets ADA standards, you can visit ADA.gov to make sure. If not, you can contact us to map out of a new parking-lot layout that complies with ADA standards, free of charge. Call or email us if installing ADA compliant Handicap stalls in the Orlando area, and in all of Central Florida.
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