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Archive for the ‘Curb Painting’ Category

Concrete Wheel Stops

Posted by: Straight Striping on April 7th, 2019

Painted the large concrete wheel stops around the property perimeter with safety yellow. They were dirty and rough, but if you need it done, we will make it happen!

Princess Resort

Posted by: Straight Striping on August 8th, 2017

It’s all about curb appeal!! Striped almost 2 miles of red curb for a beautiful resort.

Small Condo Complex

Posted by: Straight Striping on August 3rd, 2017

We are happy to provide Striping for jobs of all sizes. This job included curb cleaning, curb striping, and parking lot striping.

San Tan Charter School

Posted by: Straight Striping on July 17th, 2017

Getting the lot ready for the new school year!

San Tan Charter School Pt.2

Posted by: Straight Striping on July 17th, 2017

A few more pictures of the fresh striping. Good luck with the new school year!

Chick Fil A Rittenhouse

Posted by: Adam Elder on November 3rd, 2014

Another basic re-stripe for Chick Fil A in Queen Creek

Scottsdale Galleria Corporate Center III

Posted by: Adam Elder on October 15th, 2014

3rd round of pictures from Galleria Corporate Parking Garage. No parking spaces were lost during business hours, and all work was completed during the evening to minimize impact on employee parking.          

Scottsdale Galleria Corporate Center II

Posted by: Adam Elder on October 13th, 2014

2nd round of pictures from pressure cleaning and striping Galleria Corporate Parking Garage.    

Scottsdale Galleria Corporate Center I

Posted by: Adam Elder on October 11th, 2014

We partnered with American Maintenance Professionals to pressure wash and stripe this corporate parking garage. All work was completed during non-business hours and no parking was affected.  

The Pinnacle at Desert Peak

Posted by: Adam Elder on July 17th, 2014

The Pinnacle at Desert Peak complex recently enforced a new parking policy. We painted and stenciled their curbs to help identify the Fire Lanes. These curbs were bare and had never been painted. A fresh coat of red paint sure makes a difference!