Liles Parking Lot Service uses the latest
technology for parking lot striping. Computer
controlled equipment and high quality paint provide attractive, durable markings.
Pavement markings may be applied in many different ways. Because
premium traffic paint is heavy bodied and fast drying, it should
be applied by spray.
There are two primary methods of spray application - air
spray, and airless. Air spray is the traditional method
used by many contractors, but airless is capable of applying
paint much thicker than air spray, and the resulting lines look
better and last longer.
Robert Liles uses only airless spray equipment.
Here, Robert explains the
computer system to a customer, while David gets ready to go to
We don't paint highways, but we
have equipment to paint lines on private roads. Here Robert is
painting double yellow lines and the machine is applying glass
beads for nighttime visibility. Our airless machine applies
paint at up to 3000 p.s.i. and leaves, sand, and other loose
material is blown out of the way by the force of the paint
Robert has stencils to paint
professional lettering, arrows, and symbols on pavement. The
"YIELD" letters are eight feet tall.
Robert Liles Parking Lot
Graco equipment exclusively
for paint application. Graco is the world's leading
manufacturer of pavement marking equipment for off road use.
Foreground - Robert on a
Graco LineDriver connected to a Graco LineLazer III 5900.
Rear - David spraying handicap symbol with a Graco LineLazer