Early fall provides the ideal temperatures to execute any type of pavement marking project to improve the appearance of paved surfaces.
(PRWEB) August 31, 2012
Installing pavement markers is an easy way to increase safety in parking lots, driveways, sidewalks, or any place that traffic control is a concern. The end of the summer means the end of the season for most of the country. Early fall provides the ideal temperatures to execute any type of pavement marking project to improve the appearance of paved surfaces. Projects that improve the appearance of pavement or asphalt, require mild temperatures without rainfall. Once temperatures fall below 50 degrees Farenheit, the effectiveness of the adhesives are compromised. Whether painting or waiting for epoxies or sealers to set, a chance of rain is not a desirable forecast. To encourage property owners to take advantage of these ideal weather conditions, Stop-painting.com is offering a ten percent discount off any quantity of road reflectors, pavement markers, or butyl pads.
Stop-painting.com carries a wide variety of pavement marking products. From pavement marking tapes, to parking lot stencils, Stop-painting.com has been a reliable source for traffic control products for over ten years.
From now until September 15, 2012, customers can use the coupon code 10roadreflector at checkout and receive a generous discount on pavement markers and butyl pads. Pavement markers are used to encourage safe driving conditions and control traffic.
Pavement markers are available in either a durable plastic housing, or are made from heat fired glazed ceramic. Markers are available in 4 inch, 6 inch and 8 inch sizes, and square, rectangle, oval, or circular shapes. There are some road reflectors available that feature a reflective lens that reflects the light from vehicle’s headlights.
Pavement markers are available in several colors, and some of the colors are used to represent certain meanings. Yellow or amber is commonly used to mark the double lane in the center of roads with two way traffic. Yellow is also used to mark the left edge of one way streets. White marks the right edge of the street and also used for general lane divisions. Blue road markers are almost always used for marking the location of fire hydrants, while red is used for restrictive markings like “do not enter”.
There are three methods that can be used to install pavement markers: butyl pads, epoxy, and bituminous adhesive. The most convenient method is to use butyl pads, since it is a simple peel and stick application. Butyl pads are also preferred because they can be shipped Next Day Air if needed, while epoxy can only ship ground. Butyl pads are also discounted ten percent off retail until September 15, 2012.
InSite Solutions is a leader in the traffic control supply industry, offering expert solutions for effectively calming traffic both indoors and out. InSite Solutions is the manufacturer of Superior Mark industrial floor marking tape, and also holds a patent for a pavement marking tape. InSite offers its products online at its ecommerce website, stop-painting.com.
InSite's selection of workplace safety and traffic control solutions are available for sale at their ecommerce website, http://stop-painting.com/. Please contact Cliff Lowe for additional information. The telephone number is 1-866-284-1541 and email is customer-service(at)stop-painting(dot)com.