Safety Striping Your Southern California Epoxy and Concrete Floors

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

As a professional in the commercial and industrial field, you’ve probably seen them before. Colorful lines marking out a path for vehicles and people alike, safely navigating them through facilities or manufacturing plants. Painting contractors can create or update any facility’s safety striping. Aisles are made for foot traffic and moving vehicles and can be painted on concrete or epoxy floor coatings. Striping provides many benefits to your business, such as:

  • Increased employee safety
  • Greater workplace efficiency
  • Organization and order for a seamless workflow
  • Pathways allow for visitor safety and welcoming environment
  • Increased staging space for product

You can demarcate areas within your facility or stripe zoned curbs in order to clarify parking rules. White paint or no color on the curbs typically means that parking is permitted unless otherwise noted by signs. Blue paint usually indicates parking for disabled only, while green indicates short-term parking. Yellow paint is meant to show that a vehicle should stop only for loading and unloading and red paint marks a no parking zone.

If you’re interested in updating or creating safety striping for your industrial facility, consider using Cor-Ray Painting Company. Cor-Ray’s painting contractors are experienced with painting epoxy and concrete flooring in the Santa Fe Springs, Downey, Norwalk, Los Angeles, La Miranda, Pico Rivera, and Whittier areas. Please call (562) 906-9770 or take a look at their services for more information.

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