Pavement Marking & Line Painting

Surface & Underground

Industrial / Production Facilities / Warehouses

Sports Courts and Games

Parking Facilities | Residential | Manufacturing Plants | Schools and Sports | Facilities | Retail Businesses | Airports

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Big jobs.
Small jobs.
We do them all.

Large, Complex Projects

Shopping Centres, Stadiums, Assembly Plants

Standard Projects

Gas Stations, Plazas, Condominium Properties

Your Project

Pavement marking and line painting begins with some common questions:

  • How many parking spaces?
  • How many accessible stalls?
  • What is the regulated width of parking stalls and driveways?
  • What type of paint do you use?
  • How quick does the paint dry?
  • How long does the paint last?
  • What are your application limits?
  • How do you prepare a surface?
  • How do you remove unwanted marking?

Big stripes. Small stripes. We do them all.

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Stripes projects comply with Municipal Zoning By-laws.

Required parking spaces for residential and non-residential uses

Number of accessible spaces

Loading space regulations

Parking space dimensions

Minimum drive aisle widths

We plan your project to fit zoning by-laws.

Requirements differ among municipalities – number of parking spaces, accessibility requirements, visitor spots, stall size, required markings and more – depending on your property’s size and use.

Pavement Marking Materials

Stripes projects comply with Municipal Zoning By-laws.

Traffic Paint

is the prime solution for all parking and street pavement marketing purposes. Cost-effective and fast-drying.

Traffic Marking Paint

marks parking spaces, disabled parking and loading zones.

Plastic Coatings

are widely used on intersections, crosswalks and stop lines because of their long service lives

Stripes uses dependable materials

Hot Applied Thermoplastic
is specifically formulated for hot spray or screed application

Preformed Plastic Pavement
makes symbols from designed and preformed rolls or ribbons of various lengths and widths

Field Reacted Polymer (Cold Plastic)
has two parts mixed on site – a polymerizable component and a curing agent or polymerization catalyst

Organic Solvent-Based Traffic Paint,
with components carried in an organic solvent system, will form a solid paint film after evaporation

Water-borne Traffic Paint,
with components carried in water, will form solid paint film after the water evaporates

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