Paint your curb on your street or paint/repaint your parking strips
Show me your previous invoice and I will match it or I charge $20 per hour + material/paint (minimum of 4 hours).
I will need to know the following to get other contractors involved.
- Does the lot need to be fixed?
- Does the lot need to be sealed?
- Does the lot need to be cleaned?
- Give me a signed plan of what needs to be painted. (You can also send a Google Maps picture.
The Hours are Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.
We accept checks, cash, paypal and credit card, 50% or $500 down.
We are a new company and will have proof of insurance at time of the project
Parking At Colored Curbs
Painted colored curbs have the following special parking rules:
White–Stop only long enough to pick up or drop off passengers or mail.
Green–Park for a limited time. Look for a posted sign next to the green zone for time limits, or locate the time limit painted on the curb.
Yellow–Stop no longer than the time posted to load or unload passengers or freight. Drivers of noncommercial vehicles are usually required to stay with the vehicle.
Red–No stopping, standing, or parking. (Buses may stop at a red zone marked for buses.)
Blue–Parking is permitted only for a disabled person or a driver of a disabled person who displays a placard or a special license plate for disabled persons or disabled veterans. Disabled people with a placard or special plates may park in special areas for unlimited periods of time, regardless of time restrictions. No one other than a disabled person or a driver of a disabled person may park there. A crosshatched (diagonal lines) area adjacent to a designated disabled parking space is a no parking area. Qualified persons may apply at any DMV office or visit the DMV website at www.dmv.ca.gov to obtain a form for a parking placard or special plates. An identification card will be issued to holders of disabled person or disabled veteran license plates.