High-quality car park markings specialist in Berkshire
If you’re looking for a car park marking specialist in Berkshire, get in touch with City Road Markings today. Located just outside of Berkshire, we have over 10 years’ experience in providing high-quality car park line marking to customers in both the private and public sector.
Whichever part of Berkshire you’re in, from Reading to Bracknell, Eton, Windsor or Bray, we have easy access to the whole county and regularly install professional car park floor markings to all types of car parks throughout the area.
Our team of experienced car park floor marking experts are fully qualified to NVQ (National Vocational Qualification) standards, and hold CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) cards to ensure competence in all aspects of your car park floor marking installation.
Whether it’s a small office car park, a multi-storey car park or a large retail car park in Berkshire or further afield, with City Road Markings, you can rest assured, your entire project from initial site survey to the design and installation of your car park floor markings, will be carried out to the highest possible standards.
Whatever your car park lining needs are, get in touch with City Road Markings today to discuss your project with one of our professional advisors.
Operatives at City Road Markings use some of the industry’s most advanced car park floor lining equipment and techniques, to ensure your car park lines are durable, hardwearing and remain vibrant and visible throughout their lifespan.
To achieve these high standards of car park lining, we’ll always use the products and materials best suited to the surface of your car park. Some of the car park lining materials we use include:
Thermoplastic – Thermoplastic is one of the most common car park line marking systems, due to its durability, reflective qualities and fast-drying properties. Thermoplastic is most suited to tarmac but can also be installed on concrete surfaces.
MMA – MMA (Methyl Methacrylate) is easy to apply to most car park surfaces and, depending on usage can last for up to and beyond 10 years.
SPE – SPE (Single Pack Epoxy) is able to be applied to surfaces such as tarmac, concrete or block paving, and because of its rubber-like consistency it works well on uneven surfaces.
Your car park is unique and has particular line marking design requirements to ensure it functions smoothly and efficiently. This could mean that you need certain graphics, such as directional graphics, location markers, or graphics specifying reserved spaces etc.
At City Road Markings, we provide a bespoke car park marking design service to customers throughout Berkshire and beyond, where we’ll help you to create the exact designs you need and install them using a wide range of vibrant colours.
As an experienced, car park lining specialist near Berkshire, at City Road Markings, we understand that it’s likely we’ll have to work alongside other contractors on certain projects, whether it’s for our domestic or commercial clients.
If you do require us to work with your existing contractors on your car park floor lining project, we’ll work around your timetable, to make sure our processes don’t interrupt or cause unnecessary delay to the ongoing work.
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.