Specialist Car Park Markings Throughout the Cheshunt Area
Located just under an hours drive from Cheshunt, City Road Markings is one of the areas leading car park floor marking specialists.
With a team of fully qualified and experienced car park line installation operatives, using the industry’s most advanced line application systems, we install lines for car parks throughout all of Cheshunt and right across the UK.
No matter what the size or shape of your Cheshunt car park, from a multi-storey to a three-space, residential parking area, City Road Markings does it all.
We have the material, machinery and manpower to follow any car park line marking project through, from the initial, free site survey to the design stage and finally onto the installation and aftercare.
We work with both domestic and commercial customers and also work alongside existing contractors, should the need arise.
Our previous work in both sectors has included, schools and nurseries, major supermarkets, leisure centres, airports and many other exciting projects in Cheshunt and much further afield.
Whatever your business or organisation, at City Road Markings, we’ll make sure your car park floor lining is carried out at a time to suit you. This often means we work at the weekends, sometimes in the evenings or early in the morning before the working day begins.
Many car parks already have a suitable line marking design layout, but over time those lines have deteriorated and worn away. If this sounds like your car park, get in touch with City Road Markings and let us refresh what you already have and bring it back to the way it was.
Whether its just a simple collection of parking bays or a slightly more complex design, including pedestrian walkways, taxi ranks or electric charging bays, we’ll make sure to bring them all back to life using durable, quick-drying line marking systems that include a whole range of vibrant colours.
Due to the high traffic flow, car park floor markings need to be more resilient and wear-resistant than various other floor markings. It’s for this reason, at City Road Markings, we work with a variety of car park lining systems proven to last no matter what the level of traffic flow.
Some of the different, yet long-lasting car park floor marking systems we use, include SPE (Single Pack Epoxy), MMA (Methyl Methacrylate) and one of the most commonly used car park lining materials, Thermoplastic.
Because each lining material has a unique quality that makes it more suitable for various surface types, at City Road Markings, we’ll use our extensive knowledge and experience to find the lining system that will perform best for your Cheshunt car park, and last the longest relevant to the traffic flow.
If you’d like any further information about our car park line marking in Cheshunt, including our highly competitive prices, don’t hesitate in getting in touch, either via the website, in an email, or by phone to speak directly to one of our qualified and experienced advisors.
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.