While the old saying “you only get one chance to make a first impression” does not matter, it actually does...when it comes to parking lots and driveways.
ADA and Designated Parking
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a law signed in 1990 that prohibits discrimination against differently-abled individuals, affects every establishment. Regardless of company size, all businesses must have the proper amount of handicapped-accessible parking stalls and required van parking spaces.
Many municipalities require a newly constructed parking lot (at commercial or large residential properties) to be stripped up to ADA requirements before an operating permit is issued. In addition, they must also have a minimum number of parking spaces per 1,000 square feet of utilized facility.
What do do before striping and marking?
Before marking a parking lot, it is important to consider whether a parking lot needs designated parking spaces for disabled persons, customers, employees, visitors, or other individuals.
If your parking lot lines have faded, it’s time for Pollan to do what they do best. We can ensure your parking lot maintains a proper flow of traffic and keeps everyone moving safely and conveniently. Be it restriping or designing a new layout, your establishment will benefit from it. Whether you need simple straight lines or icons and beyond, Pollan is the guy!
Remember, visual appeal is one of the reasons customers keep coming back. To give your property a more attractive appearance and create a sense of safety to both residents and customers, professional parking lot striping and marking is your option.
Safety is a top priority at Pollan Paving. With every construction project, we take extra care in the well being of our clients, the public, and our employees. In this way, we provide safe, quality paving.