FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions about Parking Lot Striping in St Louis

Yes, we can work with you to design a layout that optimizes space, improves traffic flow, and complies with regulations.

Yes, we are familiar with ADA regulations and can ensure your parking lot meets all accessibility requirements in St. Louis.

We offer a variety of standard colors and widths, and can also accommodate custom requests.

We clean and repair any cracks or damage to ensure the paint adheres properly and lasts longer.

We use fast-drying paints that can withstand light rain shortly after application. However, for heavier rain, we may need to reschedule.

No, striping is a non-invasive process that will not harm your pavement.

Yes, we offer removal services for existing striping using eco-friendly methods.

Yes, we offer reflective paints and beads for increased visibility and safety in low-light conditions.

We offer a wide variety of stencils, including directional arrows, handicap symbols, no parking zones, and more.

Yes, we offer striping and stenciling services for both asphalt and concrete surfaces.

We use low-VOC paints and environmentally friendly practices whenever possible.

Yes, we offer competitive pricing and may provide discounts for larger projects or returning customers.

Regular cleaning and avoiding harsh chemicals can help preserve the lines. We can also provide maintenance recommendations.

Yes, we offer warranties on our materials and workmanship. Please refer to our specific service pages or contact us for details.

Yes, we are happy to share references upon request.

Frequently Asked Questions about Sealcoating in St Louis

We offer various sealcoat options, including asphalt emulsion, coal tar-based, and polyurethanes, each with different benefits and suitability for specific needs.

Asphalt sealcoat is formulated for flexible asphalt surfaces, while concrete sealcoat is designed for rigid concrete surfaces.

The lifespan of sealcoat depends on factors like traffic volume, weather conditions, and quality of application. Typically, it lasts 2-4 years

It’s generally recommended to wait at least 30 days after asphalt installation before sealcoating to allow for proper curing.

Small cracks can be filled before sealcoating, but larger cracks need proper repair before sealing.

Drying time varies depending on the product and weather conditions, typically ranging from 24-48 hours.

It’s recommended to wait at least 24 hours before driving on the sealed surface to allow for proper curing.

Yes, sealcoat typically darkens the pavement, enhancing its appearance and making imperfections less noticeable.

Reputable sealcoat products provide a textured surface with good traction, even when wet.

Unsealed asphalt is more susceptible to water damage, cracking, and UV rays, leading to premature deterioration and costly repairs.

Yes, but only if the existing sealcoat is in good condition and properly cleaned beforehand.

Some sealcoat products offer color options, but typically asphalt sealcoat remains black.