Parking Lot Painting Winnipeg2021-12-18T19:57:27-06:00

Parking Lot Painting and Line Striping

Traffic line painting not only improves the look of your parking spaces, it is also legally required and helps to protect you against liability.

parking lot painting

Examples of markings we do:

  • New parking lot layouts

  • Re-striping of existing parking lot layouts

  • Warehouse or industrial safety layouts

  • Sports courts line painting

  • Curbside pickup markings

  • Crosswalk Painting

  • Loading docks

  • Playgrounds

  • No parking or loading zones

  • Electric vehicle parking

  • …and many more!

Painting FAQs

How long after seal coating can you paint new lines?2021-12-18T20:31:09-06:00

Ideally, you should wait as long as possible to make sure there are no chemical interactions between the seal coat and the line paint. We recommend at least 12 hours between applications, but 24 hours or longer is better.


What do you paint?2020-12-28T10:04:32-06:00

Clean Sweep does line painting for almost any horizontal surface, and a few vertical surfaces.

We can paint any of the following:

  • outdoor parking lots
  • indoor parking garages
  • covered parkades
  • sports courts
  • playgrounds
  • parking stall numbers
  • traffic directional markings
  • warehouse lines
  • factory safety lines
  • and many more uses!

You can find some examples of our work here.

How late in the year do you do painting services?2020-12-27T11:56:43-06:00

We have painted almost every day of the year. However, colder surface temperatures or wet surfaces inhibit proper paint adhesion. In particular, exposed concrete needs warmer weather to ensure your painting project will last.

Are accessible parking spots required?2020-10-03T21:43:13-05:00

Depending on the size of the lot, yes. Please see the chart below.

Total Required Parking Spaces
Minimum Number of Accessible  Parking Spaces Required
1 to 25 1
26 to 50 2
51 to 75 3
76 to 100 4
101 to 150 5
151 to 200 6
201 to 300 7
301 to 400 8
401 to 500 9
501 to 1,000 2 percent of total
1,001 to over 20, plus 1 for each 100 over 1,000
How big do parking spaces need to be?2020-10-03T21:43:13-05:00

In the city of Winnipeg, spaces must be a minimum of 8′. All spaces must add up to at least 28′ (ie.8′ wide and 20′ deep, or 10′ wide and 18′ deep). The average space is typically 9′ x 20′. Accessible parking has a minimum width of 10′.

How long does it take for traffic markings to dry?2020-10-03T21:43:13-05:00

It depends on a few factors, but in general it is dry in 15 minutes and safe to drive on in 20 minutes.

Other Services

Traffic Management
Parking Lot Cleaning
Indoor Parkade Cleaning
Construction Clean Up and Sweeping
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