Striping & Sealcoating Contractor Serving Ventura, CA

We help ensure your parking lot stays properly maintained and helps meet ADA compliance!

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Complete Project Management  |   Quality Materials  |   Budget & Timeline Focused

As a business or property owner in Ventura, the last thing you want to worry about is making sure your parking lot and paved areas are properly maintained.

Have peace of mind by letting us take care of the asphalt maintenance, sealcoating, and striping for you!

Sealcoating & Striping Services We Provide in Ventura

The GPM team laying sealcoat in a buggy for Foothill Estates.

Complete Sealcoating

We make sure sealcoating is done properly and on schedule to help maximize your pavement’s lfie.

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Sealcoating Maintenance

Help make your pavement look brand new without the cost with regular maintenance.

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ADA Compliance

We all know how important ADA compliance is. Let us take care of making sure that your business is prepared.

A parking lot that was recently paved by GPM in Thousand Oaks, CA.

Complete Project Management

From planning to design to completing the work, our team takes care of the project from start to finish.

Say goodbye to poorly paved driveways, being non-ADA compliant, or failing asphalt. When you work with GPM, we take the stress out of any sealcoating or striping project that you have at your Ventura business with a budget that works!

How Do Fresh Striping & Sealcoating Help Your Business?

  • Increase Curb Appeal
    Help your business stand out with fresh markings and style.
  • Reduce Maintenance
    Regular sealcoating helps your asphalt better withstand wear and tear on your paved areas.
  • Slows Oxidation & Water Penetration
    This also keeps the binding in good shape, resulting in fewer failures.
  • Resists Oil & Gasoline Spills
    As a petroleum product itself, asphalt is vulnerable to penetration by oil & gas dripping from vehicles  — which can soften and break down the asphalt.
  • Improves Appearance
    Sealcoating makes your asphalt look brand new — and that makes everyone happier. A deep black asphalt surface is your property’s welcome mat.
  • ADA Compliance
    Have peace of mind that your paved areas meet ADA compliance with updated and fresh pavement striping and marking.

Why Work With General Pavement Management?

Fully Custom Project Quoting

Trained & Equipped Teams

Experience with a Variety of Paving Products

30+ Years Of Asphalt Experience

Best Paving Materials & Construction Methods

An Emphasis On Budget & Timelines

General Pavement Management has replaced and repaired a large amount of asphalt at Village Christian School this summer. I found their team very professional and experts in their field. They always had the correct personnel and equipment on hand for each job. There were no delays over the multi-week project. I have every expectation their work will stand the test of time. I will not hesitate to call them for my future asphalt needs.


Sealcoating & Striping FAQs

What is the purpose of sealcoating?

Sealcoating is the application of a liquid layer of asphalt-based emulsion to protect your pavement from damage. Sealcoating extends the life of your pavement, slows water penetration, protects against oil damage, and keeps your pavement looking great.

What do pavement colors indicate?

Yellow lines divide traffic traveling in the opposite direction and mark the center of two-lane roads, plus the left edge of split highways, one-way roads, and ramps. Solid white lines divide traffic lanes that travel in the same direction and are used to mark the road’s right edge.

A solid yellow line indicates that passing is prohibited, whereas a dashed yellow line indicates that passing is permitted. Solid white lines divide traffic lanes that travel in the same direction and are used to mark the road’s right edge. A double white line means lane changes are prohibited, while a solid, single white line indicates that lane changes are discouraged. Finally, a dashed white line indicates that lane changes are allowed.

What purpose do pavement markings and striping serve?

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration, “One of the most important aspects of a safe and efficient roadway is the uniform application of pavement markings to delineate the roadway path and specific traffic lanes. Pavement markings can communicate information to road users like no other traffic control device. They provide continuous information to road users about roadway alignment, vehicle positioning, and other important driving-related tasks.”

Is GPM able to follow ADA compliance on new pavement striping and markings?

Since many ADA compliance regulations govern pavement markings, it’s vital to get the job done right — the first time. GPM knows federal and state laws and the most practical and cost-efficient ways to comply with them. These laws change often, and we leverage technology, information, and education to stay on top of the adjustments.

Is sealcoating actually worth it?

Yes! Sealcoating protects your asphalt in many ways. It lengthens the asphalt’s lifespan by providing a protective layer to keep out water, oil, and other chemicals that can deteriorate your pavement. It also provides protection from UV rays, which can weaken asphalt over time and cause your pavement to become brittle and crack. It’s much cheaper to sealcoat your asphalt every 3 to 5 years than it is to replace it, or to repair the damage from alligator cracking or potholes. Finally, sealcoating gives your asphalt a uniform appearance and that freshly paved look.

What other services do you offer in Ventura?

Besides complete asphalt and paving services, we serve commercial clients with:

What other California areas do you serve?

GPM – Providing Striping & Sealcoating You Can Trust In Ventura, CA

With thousands of satisfied clients and over 10 million gallons of sealcoat applied, GPM will partner with you to create a practical plan to maximize the lifespan of your pavement. GPM provides 2x the industry standard warranty on its proprietary sealcoating material.

With over 30+ of successful service to residential communities, commercial properties, and industrial facilities, you can trust in GPM to deliver high-quality materials and the service to match. Spanning from Los Angeles to San Luis Obispo, we’d be happy to serve you, too.

GPM’s experienced sealcoating teams know what’s appropriate for residential communities, commercial properties, and industrial facilities. We’ll come up with a solution that’s right for your situation. GPM always includes logical planning, including resident and tenant notifications to minimize disruption.

Contact Us today for a free consultation on how sealcoating can extend the life of your pavement for your property in Ventura!

Learn more…

Do you own a paved parking lot or road in Ventura, CA that needs fresh sealcoating or striping?

Or do you have an area that needs to be paved?

If so, General Pavement Management would love to help! We offer quality concrete and asphalt paving services for businessmen, city officials, and property managers in Ventura. We can take care of everything from potholes and cracks to sealcoating and new pavement.

Give us a call today to get started on your project.

If you live in or near Ventura, CA, you are probably already familiar with the beauty and attractions you can experience in the area. Some of these attractions in Ventura include:

  • Ventura Pier and Promenade
  • Ventura to Ojai Paved Bike Path
  • Serra Cross Creek
  • The Robert J. Lagomarsino Visitor Center at Channel Islands National Park
  • Mission San Buenaventura
  • Ventura Botancial Gardens
  • Marina Park
  • Surfers Point Park
  • Ventura City Hall
  • San Buenaventura State Beach
  • Four Brix Winery
  • Olivas Adobe

Plus all the attractions of the nearby bustling city of Los Angeles. You won’t run out of things to do here fast!

Formerly known as San Buenaventura, Ventura is a city on the Central Coast of California and the county seat of Ventura County. It hosts fabulous beaches, resorts, and historic landmarks, which make it a popular tourist destination.

The Spanish founded Ventura in 1782 when Saint Junipero Serra established the Mission San Buenaventura in the area. Later, following the Mexican secularization of the California missions, San Buenaventura was granted to Don Jose de Arnaz by Governor Pio Pico. A community soon arose from the little mission. After the American conquest of California, San Buenaventura became an incorporated city in 1866. The city boomed later, when the 1920s brought an oil boom along with post-WWII economic expansion.

The city of Ventura has been thriving ever since! Today it covers a total of 32.29 square miles of land and is home to about 110,763 people. Every year numerous tourists come to experience the cities beautiful beaches, resorts, and landmarks.

The Ventura homepage describes the town today like this:

Today, the City of Ventura is a full-service municipality serving 109,000 residents within the 32 square mile city limits.  Nearly 600 staff members focus on delivering key services to our businesses, residents and visitors to ensure Ventura remains a fiscally stable, economically vibrant, safe, clean and desirable community.

If you are ever in the area you should stop and experience Ventura for yourself!

If you are a businessman, city official, or property manager in Ventura and you have an area that needs paving, give us a call at General Pavement Management. We would be happy to help with your project.

We provide asphalt and concrete paving services for all zip codes and neighborhoods in Ventura, CA, including:

93001, 93002, 93003, 93004, 93005, 93006, 93007, 93009

Arundell, College, Downtown, Hillsides, Hobson Heights, Juanamaria, Midtown, North Bank, Olivias, Pierpoint, Poinsettia, Saticoy, Serra, Taylor Ranch, Thille, Wells, Westside

And surrounding zip codes and neighborhoods. Give us a call today!

We look forward to hearing from you.

The GPM team laying sealcoat in a buggy for Foothill Estates.