StreetBond LEED Contributing colors can help cool pavements without limiting color choices to white or light hues.
The solar-reflective colors help reduce the Urban Heat Island Effect and the temperature of asphalt surfaces. These colors are typically used in areas such as playgrounds, parks, schools, parking lots, and areas that experience direct sunlight.
Special technology increases the Solar Reflectance of some of our darker colors, helping you achieve LEED certification without limiting you to light colors. Keeping asphalt pavements cooler also delays UV and heat-related damage to your pavement, while keeping your colors vibrant for years to come.
StreetBond Signature colors transform environments by providing a differentiated look. Signature colors are not
stocked, but are used to create a custom palette to meet the aesthetic requirements of a specific project. Signature colors are used on decorative streetscapes, parks, plazas, sports courts, civic centers, and schools and universities to create a distinctive look, and direct pedestrian and vehicular traffic flow.
Our Vibrant color options range from warm, neutral earth tones to vivid and bright hues. These color-stable coatings
can help extend the life of the surfaces they touch, and enhance the visual appeal of any space.
StreetBond Preferential colors are bold, highly reflective, and include colors that are compliant with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices. They are designed to delineate public cycle lanes and intersections, helping keep cyclists safe and visually alert drivers to the presence of a cycle lane. Cycle Lane colors are also used on off-street jogging / cycle paths, bus lanes, school zones, and parking lots.
Our Preferential colors can be used to emphasize important traffic areas like bicycle lanes, bus lanes, jogging paths,
and more. These coatings keep their color for years, helping to keep cyclists and pedestrians safe — and cities
All StreetBond products help protect against the effects of oxidative aging, water damage, surface raveling
and vehicle leaks.