THB Roadmarking is one of the country’s leading road marking contractors, delivering many hundreds of highway schemes each year for TfL’s Framework Contractors, London Boroughs, County and Unitary Authorities and many of the country’s Top 100 contractors predominantly across the southern half of the UK. We also service many airports and airfields with specialist markings and cleaning services.

Initially a London company, our major market remains London and the surrounding South Eastern counties of Kent, Sussex, Surrey and Essex where we have our greatest concentration of resources. We are gradually increasing the number of locations we operate from in the Home Counties. All of our vehicles comply fully with the latest ultra-high standards of cycle and pedestrian safety and environmental management required to operate in the nation’s capital.

3 Commonly Used Materials

Deciding on a product type for your job is dependant on a number of factors including traffic volume, surface type and cost. THB will gladly give you a free quote and advise you on what type of material best suits your needs.

Thermoplastic is best suited to asphalt surfaces but can be applied to concrete if a tack coat base is applied first to facilitate adhesion. Thermoplastic is used for pavement marking installations, such as stop lines and crosswalks, and allows for quick and cost efficient application.

One Pack Epoxy
One pack epoxy can be applied to a variety of surfaces and is commonly used to paint roads, car parks, playgrounds and airports. It allows for rapid drying times and ease of application while providing durable, consistent lines.

Methyl Methacrylate (MMA)
Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) is one of the most durable marking materials available on the market. It is ideal for heavily trafficked spaces such as warehouses, distribution centres, and hazardous areas. It is anti-slip and can be applied in very thin layers. Additionally, the reflective glass beads inside MMA significantly improve visibility and safety.