Keep your roadway or parking lot safe and efficient with Crown Paving’s asphalt and parking lot striping services in Nashville and Greenbrier.

We value the safety of our local community, and work to provide parking lots and roadways that are accurately marked to guide traffic flow and ensure a pleasant experience at your property with our expert asphalt striping and painting services in the Nashville and Greenbrier areas.

Having your roadways and parking lot asphalt in Nashville and Greenbrier properly striped according to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards and local ordinances will create a safe and inviting space for your visitors to drive and park.

What types of striping are available?

There are two types of striping. Paint striping and thermoplastic striping.

What are the different options for parking stalls?

We can help you determine the best parking specifications for your lot. There are three types of parking stalls:

  • Straight-in parking (90°)
  • Angle parking (45°-60°)
  • Parallel parking (90° yet parallel to a border) The lines are perpendicular.
Are there regulations for striping my parking lot?

Yes, there are local zoning laws and ADA requirements that will dictate how your parking lot is striped. We can help you come up with a plan that meets these requirements.

What size is a handicap parking space?

A handicap parking space is typically a minimum of 8 feet long with a minimum 5 feet access way.

Precision and reliability.

We provide precise asphalt striping performed by crews that are professional, dependable and trustworthy.

Portland Commons

Making sure your customers have a great experience at your property should be a top priority. We partnered with the Portland Commons to make sure every guest gets the best from entrance to exit.

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“Crown Paving did a great job resurfacing the road in our neighborhood. The stripes were perfect. Thanks!”

- Steve Mullins, Glen Dower Court Homeowners Association

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