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Thermoplastic Road Safety Markings

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Our experienced team install thermoplastic road safety markings to public roads and car parks to mark out safety symbols, lines and other signals so that pedestrians and drivers are kept safe when using the road. Are you looking for a professional thermoplastic road markings installer? Then you have found the right place.


We offer services to install thermoplastic road markings on public highways and access routes to create clear lines which are easy to see and provide skid resistance.

The specialist thermoplastic road marking material is designed for durability and safety so you can be sure you’ll get the best end results.

Feel free to contact our team if you’d like a quote to install these colourful roadway lines.

Feel free to contact our team if you’d like a quote to install these colourful roadway lines and our team will respond as soon as possible with all of the information you require. They can answer any of your questions via the provided contact form.

What are Safety Markings?

Safety markings are heat applied safety graphics which are applied onto tarmac.

The thermoplastic material that we use is specially designed to be durable and long-lasting so the designs will stay bright and clear over long periods of time.

We supply a number of designs including numbers, speed roundels, markings, symbols, logos, arrows and any other safety designs you might need.

For more information regarding the markings we supply, please visit this page These come in a variety of colours and are perfect for public roads, pathways and access routes which need to have clear directions or instructions.

The safe thermoplastic graphics create anti-skid qualities so bikes and cars won’t slip on the roadway, particularly in wet weather.

You can find out more on these designs by getting in touch with our specialist team via the provided enquiry box found below. This will allow our professional team to respond to any questions you have with a swift response as quickly as possible.

Line Markings

With the specialist flooring graphics applied to the tarmac, the risk of accidents is reduced as motorists and pedestrians can clearly see the lines and instructions, and the wheels won’t skid over the graphics.

Please contact one of our experts if you need some advice on thermoplastic road markings costs and different designs. Fill in the enquiry form and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can to send over all the information.

Anti-Skid Road Lines

Roadway safety is extremely important in public areas so we install anti-skid surfaces in a specialist durable material which ensures that vehicles don’t skid in wet conditions.

The designs come in a variety of bright colours so they can be easily seen by pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists on the road. We also apply anti slip paint prior to laying the plastic graphics.

This paint is available in different colours and is often chosen for things like cycle lanes and car parking spaces.

The plastic paint will be poured onto the proposed area and spread out evenly with rollers. Once this has dried the thermoplastic road lines will be placed on top and heated up with a burner to melt them onto the surface.


Safe Surface Graphics

A range of road marking designs are available including lines, arrows, pedestrian signs, disabled symbols, cycle path signals, speed limits and other navigational signs.

We can apply these in a range of sizes and colours so you can customise the look of your surface. It is particularly important to have anti-skid graphics and brightly coloured designs on busy public roads and near to schools.

This will ensure that all pedestrians, drivers, and cyclists are kept safe and the risk of accidents is kept to a minimum. Thermoplastic Road Safety Markings are great for providing benefits to both the pupils and a school.

If the games consist of a somewhat educational feature such as letters or numbers, the pupils at a school will be able to learn outside of the school as well as inside.

This will allow them to return to the classroom fully energised due to all of the fresh air they will have received with a wider attention span, willing to learn much more than before.

For more info on nursery thermoplastic markings click here This benefits the school because the teachers will be able to do a much better job of educating the class.

As a further result of this, the school, in general, would be benefited as the children will consequently receive better results if its pupils are given the opportunity of external surface design.

Find Out More

Please contact one of our specialist advisors if you’d like to speak to us about thermoplastic road safety markings and the application process for these high quality graphics.

Simply fill in the form on this page with your details so we can come back to you with a quote on the costs for the anti-skid lines.

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