Coastal Paving provides a variety of striping services to meet each individual client’s needs. Often many clients need just a re-stripe of their existing parking stalls. More and more we are seeing clients ask us about ADA requirements and how they apply to their parking lots.  From single line striping to arrows and even speedbumps.   We can take care of all of your striping requirements. Here is a brief list of services that we can offer:

  • New Layout Striping
  • Re-Striping of Existing Layout
  • Thermoplastic Striping
  • Sign Installation
  • Bollard Installation and Painting
  • Line and Paint Striping Removal
  • Concrete Wheelstops
  • ADA Truncated Domes

There are several options when it comes to parking lot striping layouts and styles. Coastal Paving Inc. can help you with the following types of striping such as:

  • Single Line Striping / This is a striping line that is just one single line separating two car spaces. This is the least expensive option when it comes to parking lot stripes.
  • Double Line Striping / This is a double line usually boxed at the end. Spaced approximately 1 foot apart from center line to center line these are preferred because they give drivers a small buffer that allows for better entry and exit of their parked vehicle and their car doors opening.
  • Round End Striping / Round End stalls are exactly like the double line parking lot striping mentioned above. However, they have a decorative rounded half circle end instead of a square flat end. A separate stencil to complete the round end they usually cost more than the standard double square ended stall line.
  • Custom Stencils / Custom parking lot stencils are design is just that, custom, and anything that you can think of pretty much can be painted. Do you have a design or custom logo that you want on your parking stalls. We can assist with creating your custom look.
  • 90 Degree / This type of parking line is basically a stall that you pull straight into. Also referred to as head in parking. It means that when a vehicle pulls into a 90 degree stall it is positioned perfectly straight into the stall perpendicular to the curb face.
  • 45 Degree / This angle choice in parking lot striping is exactly like the one mentioned above however the degree is even greater. The tighter an area is that parking is trying to be created for the greater the severity of the angle is needed.
  • T-stall / Also known as boxed stalls. This type of layout scenario is typically used in an alley or up against a fence or block wall. The layout of allows a property owner to take advantage of areas where parking typically doesn't occur. An example would be a building owner laying out parking along a wall where a driveway is. In order to maintain traffic flow he can't place a traditional parking space however; he can use t-stalls. This basically means striping the corners of single spaces parallel to the wall marked only by the two corners of the cars outer edge with a T.