Parking Block Installation

Parking Block Installation

Installing concrete parking stoppers is a cost-effective solution for preventing rolling cars from damaging your property and other parked cars. In addition to protecting your property, parking blocks can improve the look of your parking lot.

Types of parking blocks

Parking blocks come in a wide variety of materials and colors and the cost can differ from each. The most common types are made of concrete, plastic and rubber.

Concrete Parking Blocks: are strong, stable, and effective in preventing vehicles from coasting over parking spots. They can last for years in both indoor and outdoor settings. However, excess water exposure can deteriorate concrete, making it susceptible to chipping and cracking. Concrete parking blocks can be installed indoors or outdoors, and they are easy to repaint and repair despite outdoor wear.

Rubber Parking Blocks: are durable and suitable for both indoor and outdoor use due to their resistance to water and moisture. They don’t crack or chip with repeated wheel contact. However, they’re not completely sunlight-resistant due to their malleability, making them a potential concern in warm regions.

Plastic Parking Blocks: Plastic parking blocks sit in the middle of a concrete and rubber block. These blocks are a good choice for those looking for specific colors – such as blue for handicap parking zones. Plastic blocks can be more expensive.

Speed Bumps

Speed bumps are traffic calming devices that use vertical deflection to slow motor-vehicle traffic and improve safety conditions. They are commonly used to enforce low speed limits under 25mph or lower.

These devices can be made from various materials like asphalt, concrete, recycled plastic, metal, or vulcanized rubber. Asphalt or concrete are traditionally used due to their durability and effectiveness in slowing traffic. However, they can be difficult to shape and form. Rubber products are pre-shaped to standard sizes and are typically bolted down, making them easier to install or remove. Temporary bolt-down installations are ideal for testing speed bumps before implementing larger projects and during winter snow periods.

Parking block installation

Parking blocks are installed on-site in a row using hammer drills and asphalt pins or anchors. MarkPro has a dedicated installation team and can help you with your parking block project.

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