Emily’s Road Marking is a family run business, drawing on over thirty years of experience in road marking. Established in 2001, we offer outstanding customer service. High Friction Surfacing East Sussex covering Brighton, Eastbourne, Hastings, Hove, Lewes, Uckfield, Newhaven, Battle, Hailsham and Bexhill.
High Friction Surfacing East Sussex covering Brighton, Eastbourne, Hastings, Hove, Lewes, Uckfield, Newhaven, Battle, Hailsham and Bexhill.
A High Friction or Anti-Skid surface is created by using a resin combined with calcined bauxite aggregates. When applied, this creates a surface with high friction to resist skidding by tyres or feet.
On roads, skidding tends to present a high risk at road intersections and roundabouts, entry and exit ramps to motorways and on the approaches to traffic lights and pedestrian crossings. Traffic calming schemes can increase the risk of skidding. Those are the areas where high friction surfacing is most likely to be used on carriageways. Away from actual roads, other areas where high friction surfaces are beneficial include multi-storey car parks and areas where the mix of vehicles and pedestrians creates a potentially hazardous situation: Order collection bays would be one example. Skidding is always a hazard for cyclists so cycle paths benefit from the use of high friction surfacing.
Different environments and patterns of use call for different formulations of the anti-skid material. Emily's Road Marking will supply the most appropriate material for the specific purpose.
A wide variety of colours is available which is most useful in the demarcation of footpaths, cycle lanes, bus lanes or other specific areas. 3 hours after application the road or area is normally available for normal use.
For projects large or small Emily's Road Marking is geared to working within the tight schedules demanded by the permits and notices imposed by highway requirements.
Emily's Road Marking's prices are always competitive please call us on 023 9223 2163 to discuss your High Friction Surface needs.