1800STRIPER® of Durham
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Let's see those mental math skills (but we won't judge if you use a calculator. 😂)The answer is 100 spaces. Did you get it right?A typical parking space in the United States measures about 9 feet wide by 18 feet long, which gives an area of 162 square feet per parking space. Multiply that by 100, and you get a total surface area of 16,200 square feet.1800STRIPER® of Durham crunches the numbers on every job to design the optimal layout for your lot size.
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