We've previously talked about why car park markings are good for customer service, but that's not all. Having allocated spaces for different types of visitors to your premises is important too.
We specialise in all kinds of sports markings. From indoor sports hall markings, outdoor courts and pitches to Multi-Use Games Areas (MUGAs) we can mark any court on almost any surface.
Parallel Lines were sponsors of the Worcestershire Education Awards, with some of the team attending the black tie awards evening on Thursday 20 June at Worcester Arena.
We know what it's like when you've got a lot on and your to-do list keeps on growing. There are always things that you think can be put off just a little bit longer, but line marking shouldn't be one of them.
We work with parcel distribution company Hermes Parcelnet Ltd. at their sites all over the UK. Their Health & Safety Manager has provided this case study.
Floor and surface preparation is key for demarcation and other markings on concrete. Shot blasting, scabbling, planing or grinding can prepare your surfaces depending on your needs, but what is the difference?
Crossing the road can be a precarious business, especially if you are elderly or vulnerable.
In Tauranga in New Zealand 3D crossings have been used in an attempt to slow down approaching drivers, and it’s working.
When entering a car park, you want to ensure your visitors know where to park. It can be confusing to turn up somewhere new and not know if you’ve parked in a safe or legal zone.
If your playground or outdoor area is looking a little tired or lack-lustre that’s where we step in. We can provide you with a brightly coloured space that’s fun and educational for children of all ages.
Ensuring your factory or warehouse floor is clearly marked is vital for the health and safety of your company and employees. Take a look at our top 10 tips for keeping your floors safe: