Painting Red Curbs

Painting Red Curbs

It’s the little things that sometimes make a big impression. When it comes to the esthetics of a homeowner’s association, you can’t forget about the street and its red curbs. If your HOA’s red curbs are faded and hard to see, not only is it a safety issue, but it’s also something that can detract from the community's “curb appeal” (pun intended).

These “before and after” pictures show just how dramatic the difference can be. Our crew leader Williams took these pictures during the work on a project called, Milestone in Santa Clarita Valley.

Williams and his crew re-painted 6400 linear feet of red curbs inside this 160 home community. First they had to clean the curbs and scrape off all loose and flaky paint. After making sure they were free of any loose debris, they applied two coats of Sherwin Williams’ ArmorSeal Heavy Duty Floor Coating called, AmorSeal Tread-Plex 100% acrylic water-based floor coating. Lastly, they re-applied the “No Parking” and “Fire Lane” stencils and well, you can see the results.

After the project was completed, I went and visited with the board president and she said they were all very pleased with the work. That’s what we call Painting Happiness!

The Madison Before & Afters

Here are a few more before and afters from The Madison of Town Center HOA in Santa Clarita.