Getting Ready For A Busy Summer With An Expanded Fleet

Spring and summer are always a busy time for our team, and 2018 looks set to be no different. A lot of road and car park markings are in need of some TLC after the winter. Frost, snow and freezing temperatures, such as the recent chill that gripped much of the country, can damage road surfaces and cause paint to fade or flake away. This can create confusion in traffic management and also pose a health and safety risk, so understandably many businesses are keen to take action to refresh their road markings as soon as the weather improves. 

Spring Resolutions

Many businesses also choose the spring and summer as a convenient opportunity to expand or improve their road marking system. This year in particular we are seeing increased demand for specialist parking areas for electric car charging points, and requests from local councils to layout improved running facilities in public areas. All signs of a fitter, more environmentally conscious public!

We have prepared ourselves for a busy summer ahead by expanding our fleet with three new marking vehicles, plus a support vehicle. This increased capacity will let us take on a wider range of jobs, reduce waiting time and cut down on the time needed to complete a job. It also increases our reach, allowing us to serve customers more effectively Nationwide.

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Photos Of The New Additions Can Be Seen Below:

Our New Additions

Our New Additions

Our New Additions

Get Your Road Markings Ready For Summer 2018

If your road markings have become damaged over the winter or you want to discuss ways to improve health and safety on your premises, please get in touch for an informal chat today. We provide accurate quotes within 24 hours and are equipped to deliver work on site within 48 hours if required. You can send us a message through our website, or speak to us by phone on 01753 671 600.

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