Parking Lot Signs are an easy way to designate parking spaces and areas for reserved parking, VIP's, handicapped spaces and more. Use our signs to add impact and enhanced style and professionalism in your parking lot or facility area. TrafficSafetyExperts.com speed bumps and speed humps provide you with a reliable traffic calming device that will resist the elements and not cause damage to tires or cars. Our eco-friendly speed bumps are made with recycled rubber and come in may sizes. They can be easily installed and can be anchored permanently or removed for storage. Speed bumps can do the job of law enforcement or security personel by slowing down speeders whether they are driving on a street or through a parking lot. We offer a range of speed bumps that can restrict drivers to anywhere from 5 - 15 mph. Our speed bumps can come with reflective qualities to help drivers slow down in time at night. These speed bumps can be installed in concrete or asphalt services and can be removed if need be in the winter to allow snow plows to clean your lots more effectively.
Speed bumps are the name for a family of traffic slowing devices that use vertical deflection to slow automobile traffic in order to improve safety conditions. Their use is common around the world and they are commonly found where vehicle speed is slow, such as in family friendly neighborhoods or parking lots. TrafficSafetyExperts.com stocks and sells a variety of speed bumps in different lengths and styles. They are available in 4', 6' or 8' sections. They can be combined to form lengths for any size road or parking structure. They are made of recycled rubber and are so durable that you will never have to replace them. They are resistant to salt and chemicals so they can be used in a variety of climates. They can be installed on any surface using lag bolts, steel spikes, or adhesive tape. The reflective recycled rubber speed bumps have two, 1-1/4" channels on the bottom running their entire length for drainage, pipe, wire or cable. This makes them ideal to high pipe or wire that must cross a roadway. Made of tough, recycled rubber with an UV stabilized rubber overlay, they are built to last. The molded-in yellow directional stripes are durable and last much longer than paint!
Our modular rubber speed humps are much gentler than speed bumps, so emergency vehicles do not need to slow down as much when they cross these highly visible and reflective recycled rubber speed humps. These are great to use in housing developments and in parking lots.
Our parking blocks or parking stops are recycled plastic and rubber parking lot blocks. They have changed the way facility managers look at parking lot construction and maintenance. You are no longer stuck having to use heavy and difficult to install concrete blocks. Unlike concrete or plastic, which necessitate frequent replacements, recycled rubber car stops are safer and more durable. In addition to being light enough that one person can install them, plastic and rubber parking blocks aren't affected by the weather, making them virtually maintenance free. The highly reflective tape ensures visibility and pedestrian safety. The recycled rubber parking curb comes with pre-molded holes and can be shipped with anchoring spikes or lag bolts for installation. They are lightweight and can be easily installed by one person. The flexible design conforms to the contour of uneven road surfaces. Designed to withstand extreme temperature variants, the car stops are resistant to moisture, oil, and ultraviolet light. They will not warp, crack, chip, or rot.
To select the right parking block, start by identifying the type of parking lot. For paved commercial lots, choose recycled plastic commercial blocks. The 6-foot length is ideal for cars, vans and light trucks. For gravel or aged pavement, choose recycled rubber blocks. These flex slightly to accommodate unfinished surfaces.
When choosing a color, select from the following: Safety Yellow is highly visible to both drivers and pedestrians and is the most popular color for both plastic and rubber. Traditional Gray is the conventional look because it looks like concrete, but preforms better. Standard White matches parking lot lines, for a consistent look. Obviously, these are not recommended for snowy regions as they can blend in with the snow to create a tripping hazard. Accessibility Blue marks handicap accessibility spaces. This is the official color recognized by the ADA.