TopMark Solutions provide thermoplastic line marking services for all purposes, giving you clearly marked parking bays, pathways and other ground-level features that remain durable for a long time against exposure to the weather and to wear and tear from feet and tyre treads.
Here are just some of the applications for our thermoplastic line marking services – including some of the less obvious options.
Car park line marking
The big one is car park line marking, and especially parking bay markings. These turn a patch of bare land from a free-for-all into an organised parking area.
You can control the flow of traffic, add reserved bay markings, disabled parking space markings, mother and baby spaces, and so on, all while maximising the number of cars that can park at any one time.
Electric car charging bay markings
A relatively new addition to common car park line markings are electric car charging bay markings. It’s important to highlight these as well as to restrict their use by non-electric vehicles so charging infrastructure is not unnecessarily blocked.
School playground line markings
We see a huge variety of school playground line markings, from traditional games like hopscotch or snakes and ladders, to clocks, chess boards and geometric shapes, to parking bay line markings where the playground doubles as the car park for out-of-hours events.
Sports court markings
School playgrounds and outdoor areas at sports clubs, leisure centres and gyms can all require sports court markings, from tennis court line markings to netball or soccer pitch lines.
Our hot pour and preformed thermoplastic line markings are accurate, quick and easy to install, and durable under the heavier footfall that is typical around the edges of football pitches and tennis courts in particular.
Yellow hatched zones and white chevrons
We can reproduce commonly used road markings such as yellow hatched zones – meaning ‘do not obstruct’ – and white chevrons, which typically denote no entry or a turning zone, among other applications.
On private property of course you can use these as you wish – yellow cross-hatching can mean no parking or no entry, rather than its traditional use on road box junctions.
Safety markings and emergency parking
Finally, thermoplastic line markings offer a versatile way to put safety markings in place for pedestrian walkways, designated driving lanes, one-way routes around multi-storey car parks, and so on.
You can also block out an area earmarked for emergency parking, for example to allow an ambulance direct access to the main entrance of a nursing home or medical facility, or a fire engine to access the dry and wet risers.