Car park markings from planning to project completion throughout St Albans
From our location in Edlesborough, Buckinghamshire, we have been offering professional line marking services throughout the St Albans area for many years.
Car parks are normally the first impression a visitors will attain of your premises. It is therefore essential to ensure that your car park is well laid out, easy to navigate with clearly marked bays.
Whether you're looking for car park markings, playground markings, road markings or warehouse markings, our team has a wealth of experience in the public and private sectors.
Contact a member of our car park marking team today to discuss the specific requirements of your business.
At City Road Markings, we offer the complete car park marking package from full review and planning process to project completion.
Using specialist equipment and materials such as thermoplastic, MMA and epoxy resin sprays, we can carry out full range of car park line marking services dependant on surface type and qualities.
Should you require mulitple colours, we also specialise in surface colourings in any colour needed which are ideal, designed spaces and pedestrian walkways.
For more information on our car park marking services, please get in touch with our team today.
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.