Specialist Car Park Markings Throughout Barnet
If you live in or around the Barnet area, and you’re looking for a car park line marking company, City Road Marking’s is the company for you.
We’re experienced and highly-skilled car park lining experts covering the Barnet area and beyond. We specialise in installing car park lines to any size car park using a variety of hardwearing, long-lasting and durable line marking materials.
Before any work is carried out, we’ll provide a free site survey to assess exactly what type of car park floor markings your require, the total coverage required and how to design your markings to make the most of the space whilst adhering to current safety regulations.
Once the survey’s complete, we’ll give you a competitive quote for the entire job, including the lifetime cost i.e. what it’ll cost in upkeep to ensure your car park markings continue to remain clear and functional for as long as they’re needed.
At City Road Markings, we understand the downside of downtime, such as the disruption of normal business processes and a potential loss of revenue.
That’s why our fully-qualified installation operatives will install your car park markings at the least inconvenient time to you and your business. This means it’s possible for us to carry out the car park line installation in the evenings, early mornings or at weekends.
Whether you live in Barnet, the surrounding areas or much further afield, get in touch with City Road Markings today to book your free site survey or to get some helpful advice from one of our expert team.
City Road Markings is based just over 30 minutes’ drive from Barnet and the surrounding areas, but our coverage extends across the UK where we install car park line markings in any size car park, including small domestic car parks and huge, multi-storey car parks within the retail, sporting and entertainment sector.
Over time and with constant use, car park line markings wear out and fade until they lose their function. At City Road Markings, we’re able to refresh and restore your old lines whether we laid the original lines or not.
Our skilled car park line installation experts can easily remove old lines and reinstall them in the original layout. Alternatively, we could redesign the layout to potentially increase the car parks capacity or just to give it a more pleasing overall appearance.
Whether the surface of your car park is tarmac, concrete or block paving, we’ll find the most suitable car park line marking material for the job.
One of the most common line marking materials we use is Thermoplastic. As well as being hardwearing, durable and suitable for both concrete and tarmac, thermoplastic is also very cost-efficient and quick to install.
We also use materials such as SPE (single pack epoxy) for its slip-resistant finish, and MMA (Methyl Methacrylate) for its fast-drying ability and because it doesn’t require heat for its application.
New Roadway Markings-Hatfield. New thermoplastic markings laid on fresh tarmac. Works were carried out at a time to cause no disturbance to any of the operating units on this site. Works involved laying of double yellow lines, speed hump triangles and parking bays.
Existing surfacing contractor called upon our services to carry out the works at this site. Two new electric bays required and preform stencils were the ideal option for these bays to clearly identify them. Other works involved parking bays and disabled bays. Great to get repeat business from a quality surfacing contractor.
Another new surfacing company required a lining contractor to carry out the works after they had completed their tarmac works and City Road Markings were there preferred choice. New parking bays lined as well as disabled bays and lines on block paving which were primed before any thermoplastic applied.
Refresh works required at LIDL store Greenford. Works involved a large pedestrian crossing, disabled bays, taxi bays and directional arrows. We carried out the works on a Sunday after store closing to ensure the car park area was clear of customer cars and no disruption to the business.