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Line Striping Drawings

Our warehouse line striping projects are typically the largest happening in the USA at that time, as such we place preparation work at the top of our priority list.

Customers usually have a predetermined layout before contacting ASG Services and most often present line striping drawings which depict positioning, dimensions and intricate detail, required for their distribution facility. These are frequently presented as computer aided design (CAD) drawings which our project management teams are able to work with to present areas scheduled for the warehouse line striping team to follow on site.

Occasionally ASG’s project management teams are required to create more detailed drawings from discussions and basic drawings received from the customer.  These are generally not to scale and may not contain intricate detail, however they do provide a formal basis for our estimation team to provide prices on and for the installation team to work from.

All final drawings receive sign-off from the customer before ASG’s installation teams start any work.  We understand changes may be required during the installation, however we always take official customer approval first.

You can discuss your requirements on warehouse line striping drawings, request pricing and installation dates by speaking to the specialists at our office.

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Striping Installation Projects

Along with rack labels, location signs, and other warehouse signage, our project teams manage striping installation services throughout the US. Our standards of performance and durability set industry benchmarks which are reassuring for customers. The level of accuracy, speed of application, and quality control which our employees are trained to, are unique. The real benefit is, they are employed by ASG Services, which brings much better control.

You can read more here, about our striping installation projects.


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Our happy clients
Ace Hardware
Bass Pro Shops
Best Buy
Coca Cola
DB Schenker
Dicks Sporting Goods
DSC Logistics
Harbor Freight
Hobby Lobby
Johnson Controls
Kimberly Clark
Lockheed Martin
Mercedes Benz
Newell Brands
Proctor & Gamble
Rolls Royce
Ryder Logistics
Saddle Creek
US Foods
XPO Logistics
Frequently asked questions
  • What dimensions are typical in warehouses?

    The most common dimensions are in walkway widths (4ft), pallet lane widths (pallet type dependent plus the line width) and line widths (4”), but every facility is different and may need custom sizes.

    OSHA provide the following:


    “The lines used to delineate the aisles may be any color so long as they clearly define the area considered as aisle space. The lines may be composed of dots, square, strip or continuous, but they too must define the aisle area.

    The recommended width of aisle markings varies from 2 inches to 6 inches; therefore, any width 2 inches or more is considered acceptable.

    The recommended width of aisles is at least 3 feet wider than the largest equipment to be utilized, or a minimum of 4 feet.”


    Standard Number: 1910.22(b) – Compliance with Aisle Markings (Part 1910.22(b)) – [Corrected April 17, 2009] – https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/standardinterpretations/1972-05-15

  • Will I need to give you a drawing? How detailed should it be?

    For the most accurate price and planning, it is best to give us as much as possible, having a drawing helps you visualize and us to plan and quote.  CAD are easiest as we can use them to pull measurements from, while PDF with measurements added is another great way to provide us with the information.

    However this is not essential, we can help with basic depictions or arrange for a partner firm to visit site and create a much more detailed drawing, contact us for pricing.

  • I want to change parts of the layout, what will I need to do?

    During an installation, our team on site can relay any updates or requests to the project team, or support you with ideas and possibilities. They are experienced with this situation and will work with you to achieve the preferred outcome.  Our project and sales team will work remotely, on re-planning, pricing and scheduling to maintain a professional control.

    After an installation, again just let us know. We can remove, cover up and install most products during an installation, and schedule for a return visit for amendments or additions.

  • Do line widths matter?

    Line widths are not critical, but there are several considerations to make, some are as follows:

    • OSHA consider lines of 2 inches and greater to be acceptable to provide floor markings for aisle and passageways.
    • Narrow line become more difficult to see inside buildings.
    • 4 inch wide lines are standard through the logistics and distribution industry.
    • Narrow lines wear out quicker as there is less paint on the floor.
    • Very wide lines may need an anti slip finish applied where moisture is present.

    Other considerations:

    • The layout measurements must include line widths to ensure a pallet fits within the markings.  Pallets on markings can damage the line.
    • A narrower line needs less paint.
    • A more visible marking on the floor draws more attention and so heightens safety.
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Unprepared floor striping is a term given to epoxy paint which is applied to the floor without any concrete preparation taking place.

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The preparation method used, of removing the concrete surface using a shot blast machine, combined with an epoxy resin compound or similar applied, is the most cost effective high performing solution available.

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