Idaho Asphalt: Pavement Marking

Parking Lot StripingPavement markings and signs are what put the finishing touches on your project. Crisp, straight lines and properly placed signs are the first things your customers or pedestrians will see. Not only are both visually appealing, but they are also equally important for directing traffic safely through your parking area and on streets. Pavement Specialties has knowledgeable, and detail-oriented crews for all your pavement marking and signage projects. Whether it’s a new project or re-stripe, we have the talent and equipment to handle your needs.

Striping & Line Marking

Striping and line markings are found in many areas such as your local parking lot, the highways you travel to work, athletic courts you play on, and the airfields you land on.

Properly marked parking lots help direct traffic safely around the parking area. Crosswalks, loading-zone markings, directional arrows, stop bars and marked pickup areas inform pedestrians where they should walk when to give right-of-way to traffic, and what areas to avoid. Having a well-marked parking lot will also maximize parking spaces, and provide efficient vehicle flow through your parking area. Pavement Specialties provides services to all these areas and follows all city, state, county and ADA guidelines, and specs. Our expertise allows us to provide you with a multitude of products for various applications.

Pavement MarkingSignage & Bollards

Signage and bollards are a common sight in the parking lot and roadway marketplace. We offer complete installation of signs ranging from the simple ‘No Parking Fire Lane’ to highway signs.

Bollards are generally installed to protect sensitive areas in or around your parking lot. The installation of bollards often takes place around electrical boxes, corners of buildings, handicap parking, and any other areas of protection needed to impede traffic safety.

Bumper Blocks (wheel stops)

Bumper blocks are often used for parking separation, or areas where easy access into the facility is required for the pedestrian, but vehicle deterrent is needed. Bumper blocks are also used as parking limits to deter vehicles from obtruding over walkways.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or to receive a quote!