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Three Signs That It’s Time To Re-Stripe Your Parking Lot

Friday, August 9th, 2019
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Be on the lookout for these indicators that it’s time to re-stripe a parking lot.

Even with diligent care, there comes a time when every parking lot needs to be restriped. Many business owners put off restriping for far too long because it is an annoying process, but having your parking lot in good condition is critical. It’s easy to forget that your parking lot is one of the first places your customers see and it helps inform their opinion of your entire business. With that in mind, there are a few signs that it’s time to get your lot restriped. 

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How Often To Restripe Your Parking Lot

Friday, January 18th, 2019
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Learn how often you should restripe your parking lot.

Striping your parking lot is an inexpensive way to add curb appeal to your property instantly, but do you know how often you should be restriping? You may think that once is enough, but over time, striping will fade, and it’s important that your parking lot is in good condition and designates key areas clearly. Continue reading to learn how often you should restripe your parking lot. (more…)

The Importance of Parking Striping and Re-Striping

Friday, September 29th, 2017

 

A well striped and maintained parking area gives customers the impression that, you take a great deal of pride in ownership.

A well striped and maintained parking area gives customers the impression that you take a great deal of pride in ownership.

There are two main reasons for parking lot striping: safety, and visual aesthetic. After all, your parking lot is one of the first things customers notice when visiting your facility or business, and a well-detailed parking lot directs people safely around the parking area. It’s probably an area we casually forget about, but its importance cannot be understated. A well striped and maintained parking area gives customers the impression that, you, the owner takes lots of pride in ownership. Consider your parking area an extension of your business; therefore, it requires just as much attention. (more…)

How Striping Your Parking Lot Can Increase Curb Appeal

Monday, May 22nd, 2017
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Parking lot striping is necessary in order to follow ADA regulations. However, there are many benefits and advantages that come with properly striping your parking lot.

Parking lot striping is necessary in order to follow ADA regulations.  However, there are many benefits and advantages that come with properly striping your parking lot.  A freshly paved parking lot in particular should have bright and clear striping in order to create a beautiful curb appeal.  If you’re wondering about the advantages that come with a newly striped parking lot, read on.

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Parking Lot Striping Services in Baltimore

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

Parking Lot Striping Baltimore

When it comes to maintenance and repairs, many business owners and facility managers focus their attention on their buildings, and for good reason. However, this does not mean you should completely ignore your parking lot. It may look tough on the outside, but without the right amount of care, your once beautiful parking lot could begin to deteriorate before your eyes. And maintenance doesn’t just mean crack sealing, patching, and pothole repair. Proper maintenance also includes aesthetic repairs, like striping, signage, and wheel stops. These seemingly simple maintenance tasks play a bigger role than you probably realize. (more…)

Parking Lot Striping can benefit your Baltimore Business

Friday, April 4th, 2014

Parking lot striping can help you make a better first impression.

Our entire lives, we are told “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” Easier said than done. As human beings, we are a very visual people. According to several psychology studies, as much as 55% of a stranger’s opinion of your Baltimore business – a potential customer’s opinion – is determined by physical appearance. And what is the first thing a customer sees? Your building!

Like the cover of a book, the exterior of your building and your parking lot are what your customers base their first opinions on.  And according to Business Insider, it takes just 0.1 seconds for an individual to form a lasting impression of your business. So what kind of first impression is your building giving your customers? Remember, it is far more difficult to change someone’s first impression than it is to make a good first impression.

Parking Lot Striping Baltimore

Parking Lot Striping can benefit your Baltimore Business

New paint, signs and wheel stops give your parking lot a “WOW” factor, instantly improving curb appeal. Unfortunately, this wow factor doesn’t last forever. Your parking lot striping wears away over time, which is why re-striping is the most common and routine type of asphalt maintenance. This deterioration is sped up by such factors as severe weather, the amount of traffic coming in and out of the lot, and the thickness of the paint.

Because of all this, it is recommended that you re-stripe your parking lot every 12-18 months.

Parking Lot Striping in Baltimore

PTG Enterprises is a full service commercial asphalt contractor in the Baltimore area. We can handle all of your parking lot striping needs.

“These are the extras as I like to call them,” explains PTG owner Patrick Gillen. “Regardless of how well the excavation, grading, concrete installs, stone placement and asphalt was laid, what’s going to stand out to the average passerby is the brad new striping against the fresh black asphalt.”

The asphalt paving experts at PTG have managed hundreds of pavement projects throughout Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia. We have the experience you need. And when you choose PTG, you can expect a fair proposal, professionalism, and quality work. That is our promise to you.

If you have any questions about Parking Lot Striping in Baltimore, please contact PTG Enterprises aka My Pavement Guy today by calling 410-636-8777, or click here today! You can also follow PTG Enterprises on Facebook and Twitter!

Now is the Time to line up your Spring Pavement Needs

Thursday, December 13th, 2012

As a business owner or homeowner, budgeting is the key to financial security. This holds true for everything from family vacations and home improvement projects in the residential world to employee salaries and facility maintenance in the commercial industry. Luckily, we at PTG Enterprises understand this need for constant planning. That is why we are happy to provide you with a proposal so that you can organize your spring property needs now.

Winter is the perfect time to line up your spring pavement needs!

Whether it is a parking lot, a cement sidewalk, a dumpster pad that needs removing and replacing, or perhaps seal coating and striping; PTG has you covered. Give us a call or go to our website to request a proposal today!

We’ll meet with you and perform a site visit to ensure we’re familiar with every aspect of the project. You will then receive a thorough, detailed estimate and proposal written in an easy to understand format.

Why PTG Enterprises?

When your asphalt or pavement is beginning to show signs of wear and tear, you need an expert. You need PTG Enterprises! Our crews are the best available and they use only the best materials and equipment around.

We have been in the asphalt paving, concrete, and masonry business for more than a decade and we’ve worked with homeowners, property managers, architects, and business owners, just like you.

You can contact PTG Enterprises aka My Pavement Guy today by calling 410-636-8777, or click here today! You can also check us out on Facebook and Twitter as well!

New ADA Standards Make Pavement Contractors Indispensable

Friday, March 16th, 2012

Last week, we told you about Americans with Disabilities Act, Title III – the new ADA standards that guarantee persons with disabilities are provided accommodations and access equal to, or similar to, the general public into commercial facilities and areas of public accommodation. And last week, we told you how these new standards would affect business owners across the nation. Well, what about pavement contractors?

All signs point to the ADA standards as a bonus for the pavement maintenance industry. When business owners are faced with the challenge of complying with these new standards (a full list can be found at http://www.ada.gov/), whom do you think they will call?

Pavement Contractors!

These new ADA standards create a network of accessibility that leads from one requirement to the next with each stage having specific requirements that must be met. And like any government regulation, the new ADA Standards are complex and can, at times, be difficult to decipher. But this just means that pavement contractors will become increasingly indispensable to business owners everywhere as the nation strives to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act, Title III.

If you have any further questions about compliabnce with these new ADA standards, contact an experienced asphalt company today – a company like PTG Enterprises. The asphalt experts here have managed hundreds of pavement projects and have the experience you need. So contact PTG Enterprises aka My Pavement Guy today by calling 410-636-8777 or click here today!

Give me the opportunity to impress you. I can be your one stop ‘Pavement Guy,’ for any pavement project regardless of size or scope.

Check us out on Facebook and Twitter as well!

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New ADA Standards Take Effect in 2012. How will the line striping contractor be affected?

How ADA Updates Can Make You Indispensible To Your Customer

Americans with Disabilities Act, Title III

Friday, March 9th, 2012

Next Thursday, March 15, 2012, compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act, Title III becomes mandatory. Title III guarantees persons with disabilities are provided accommodations and access equal to, or similar to, the general public into commercial facilities and areas of public accommodation.

The 2010 updates are enforceable under civil rights law. This means that a person is able to file lawsuit if he/she has “reasonable grounds” for believing that discrimination is about to occur, rather than filing a grievance after the fact. A civil law suit can be filed with penalties of up to $100,000 imposed per offense.

To help facilitate the transition process, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is allowing a one-year “grace period” for businesses to prepare for the changes.

2010 ADA Guidelines

  1. Facilities that provide goods or services directly to the public: These facilities will be required to remove architectural barriers in existing buildings, and must make sure that newly built or altered facilities are constructed to be accessible. 
  2. Facilities that do not provide goods/services directly to the public: These facilities are only subject to new construction and alteration requirements.
  3. Small businesses with very limited parking (four or fewer spaces): These businesses must have one accessible parking space; though no new signage is required.
  4. Medium-Large Businesses: Non-van accessible parking stalls need to be 8’ wide with a 60″ aisle. For van-accessible parking, the van parking stall should be 11’, with a 60″ access isle. Plus, disabled parking signs are required on all accessible parking spaces, and should be easily visible, a minimum of 60″ off the ground.

However, specific ADA regulations will vary depending on location.

For additional information on the new ADA standards, please visit http://www.ada.gov/.

If you have any further questions, contact an experienced asphalt company today – a company like PTG Enterprises. The asphalt experts here have managed hundreds of pavement projects and have the experience you need. So contact PTG Enterprises aka My Pavement Guy today by calling 410-636-8777 or click here today!

Give me the opportunity to impress you. I can be your one stop ‘Pavement Guy,’ for any pavement project regardless of size or scope.

Check us out on Facebook and Twitter as well!

Sources:

New ADA Standards Take Effect in 2012. How will the line striping contractor be affected?