Keep your parking lot looking new! 

Markings are a very important element of a good parking lot. The parking area should be clearly marked to designate parking spaces and to direct traffic flow. When properly marked, parking areas can be an attractive part of the facility that is also safe, and most important, usable to the maximum degree. Consideration must also be given to handicap parking, in compliance with ADA regulations. Additionally, when the parking lot striping is completed the parking area should be functional, fit into the overall theme for the building, and aesthetically pleasing in its overall appearance.


Striping is a great way to keep a parking lot looking new and professional. Always take a proactive approach to asphalt paving maintenance.  Customers always appreciate a well designed and painted parking lot. It is the first thing that customers see when visiting your property, so it should look great. A freshly striped asphalt parking lot can lead to a positive overall impression of your property.

Hill Asphalt Paving LLC

Randy Hill

Office - 419.592.8399

Cell - 419.579.0113

10966 County Road T

Napoleon, Ohio 43545

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The parking lot is the first and last part of a building complex to be viewed by your patrons. It is the gateway through which all customers, visitors, and employees pass, and the impression it gives is critical. A well designed parking lot can also attract customers, facilitate traffic and pedestrian safety, increase economic development, deter crime and vandalism, and create a sense of personal security. Asphalt parking lots need regular maintenance to maximize their expected life cycle of 20 to 25 years. Beyond the critical maintenance applications of sealcoating, cracksealing and other types of asphalt repair such as pot holes, it is also important to maintain parking stall lines and other markings for beautfication, safety, liability, and to comply with current ADA regulations. This mainteinance is usually needed every one to two years depending on the amount of wear and tear it receives.