With the warmer weather fast approaching, is your school prepared to take your PE lessons back outside?
We all know how frustrating it can be when public transport is not running efficiently, which is why it is vital that train stations, tube stations and bus stations have procedures in place to ensure they are running as efficiently as possible.
When you think of line markings, it is most common that people think of road markings, car park markings or Health and Safety markings. Parallel Lines provide all of these line marking services, but line markings are also required in a number places that you don’t usually think of.
With Black Friday and Christmas around the corner, is your depot ready and prepared?
With the colder months fast approaching, is your school ready to take your PE lessons indoors?
We will be discussing the benefits in more detail and we will also compare this technique with others available on the market.
Shotblasting is the process of ‘blasting’ the floor’s surface, stripping the surface and leaving it clean. This floor cleaning and line removal technique not only creates a good clean surface, but also helps to create a textured surface, perfect for creating grip, which paint can be applied on top of to increase the lifespan of the markings.
We often receive the same questions from customers, surrounding the MUGAs markings that we offer.
The summer holidays are the perfect time for schools to have any markings they want installed, including MUGAs.
This is why we’ve decided to share this blog, to answer any questions your school may have about MUGAs, to help you decide whether to have one installed before the new school year commences.
Parallel Lines are now able to offer our valued clients shotblasting and safety solutions (e.g. safety barriers, machine guards) along with our line marking.