Car Park Repainting

Car Park Repainting

We can carry out car park repainting to improve existing areas and transform faded and out worn designs.

Remarking Car Park Lines

Remarking Car Park Lines

We can remark car park lines to make the symbols much more clear creating a safer environment.

Relining Thermoplastic Markings

Relining Thermoplastic Markings

We can carry out relining of thermoplastic markings in car parks to improve the existing area and allow the markings to be more visible.

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Car Park Repainting

Our team are expert car park repainters and have carried out a number of projects across the UK.

If you find that your line-markings have become faded, you might need to think about car park repainting and the costs of these services.

We can repaint parking bays and remark existing lines. It takes a long time for these types of materials to become faded and worn out, but it does happen over time.

It is important to get bays repainted and line-markings reinstated to improve the safety of the area and enhance the appearance. Our specialists can carry out repainting services in brand new colours if necessary at reasonable prices.

We also completely remove any line markings and shapes and paint and start fresh if necessary, although this may cost considerably more than a simple reline. 

If you're thinking about having your car park repainted or even your warehouse floor painted, make sure to specify your budget as soon as possible so that we can offer you the best services whilst remaining within your spending limits.

You can contact us today by filling in your details using our enquiry box.

When we receive your details we can send you a response with help and advice along with a free quote to reline and repaint your car parking bays.


Car Park Repainting Costs

The average costs of repainting a car park is £850-£3,000.

The cost of repainting a car park can vary widely based on several factors, including the size of the car park, the scope of work, the type of paint and materials used, labour costs, location, and any additional features or requirements. Here are some cost considerations to keep in mind:

  • Size of Car Park: Larger car parks will generally require more paint, materials, and labor, leading to higher costs. Smaller car parks will be less expensive to repaint.
  • Scope of Work: The extent of the repainting project will impact costs. Are you repainting just the parking lines and markings, or are you also repainting walls, barriers, and other structures within the car park?
  • Preparation Work: Surface preparation is important for ensuring proper adhesion of the paint. Costs may include cleaning, pressure washing, and possibly minor repairs to the surface before painting.
  • Type of Paint: The type and quality of paint used will affect the cost. High-quality, durable paint may have a higher upfront cost but can offer better longevity and durability.
  • Number of Coats: Depending on the current condition of the car park and the quality of coverage needed, multiple coats of paint may be required, which can increase costs.
  • Labour Costs: Labor costs can vary based on local labour rates and the complexity of the project. If stencils, templates, or intricate designs are required, it might lead to higher labour expenses.
  • Accessibility Requirements: If the car park needs to be compliant with accessibility regulations, the cost may include the installation of appropriate signage and markings for accessible parking spaces.
  • Special Features: If the car park has unique features like speed bumps, barriers, or curbs that need to be painted, these can contribute to the overall cost.
  • Location: Costs can vary based on the cost of living and business expenses in your region. Urban areas with higher overhead costs may have higher prices for repainting services.
  • Contractor Choice: The choice of contractor can influence costs. Established and reputable contractors might charge more, but their expertise can lead to better results and a longer-lasting finish.
  • Additional Services: If the project requires line striping, directional arrows, pedestrian crossings, pedestrian walkways or other specific markings, these may contribute to the overall cost.

Car Park Maintenance Contractors Near Me

We have a number of car park maintenance contractors who are available to completely transform your current area and refresh existing markings.

Our experts can complete repainting services over parking bays which have become faded over time and graphics, such dirrectional arrows which have worn away.

We are able to offer you a variety of different colours, so you can decide if you want to freshen up the current colour or go for a completely new one.

We also conduct relining as part of our carpark maintenance services. When we reline parking bays, we'll apply a new thermoplastic material above the existing ones, meaning that no stencils will be needed, as we will simply trace over what is already there.

We may also completely remove car park line markings and paint in order to start fresh; although this will generally cost more.

Benefits of Repainting a Car Park

Repainting a car park can offer several benefits, both practical and aesthetic. Here are some of the advantages of repainting a car park:

  • Improved Aesthetics: A fresh coat of paint can enhance the overall appearance of the car park, making it look cleaner, more organised, and visually appealing. This can create a positive impression on visitors and users of the facility.
  • Enhanced Safety: Repainting can include the application of clear markings, directional arrows, and pedestrian crossings. These markings help guide drivers and pedestrians, reducing the risk of accidents and promoting a safer environment within the car park.
  • Better Traffic Flow: Properly marked parking spaces and clear traffic directions can optimise the flow of vehicles within the car park. This minimises congestion, prevents unnecessary gridlock, and reduces the frustration of drivers searching for car park spaces.
  • Optimised Space Utilisation: Repainting allows for the adjustment and resising of parking spaces to accommodate different vehicle sizes and parking needs. This can lead to increased capacity and efficient use of available space.
  • Accessibility Compliance: Repainting can include the incorporation of designated accessible parking spaces, complete with the required signage and markings, in compliance with accessibility standards and regulations.
  • Prevention of Wear and Tear: Car park surfaces are exposed to a lot of wear and tear due to vehicle traffic, weather conditions, and other factors. Repainting helps protect the underlying surfaces from deterioration caused by environmental factors like sunlight, rain, and snow.
  • Brand Identity: If the car park is associated with a specific business or organisation, using the appropriate colours and branding elements in the repainting process can reinforce brand identity and create a consistent visual experience for customers.
  • Increased Property Value: For commercial properties, a well-maintained and visually appealing car park can contribute to the overall value of the property. It can make a positive impression on potential investors, tenants, or customers.
  • Compliance with Regulations: Car parks often need to adhere to local regulations and zoning requirements. Repainting can ensure that the facility remains in compliance with relevant guidelines, including those related to safety, accessibility, and traffic management.
  • Longevity and Durability: High-quality paints and coatings used in repainting can provide protection against rust, corrosion, and other forms of damage. This extends the lifespan of the surfaces and reduces maintenance costs over time.
  • Cost Savings: Regular maintenance, including repainting, can be more cost-effective in the long run compared to allowing a car park to deteriorate to the point where major repairs or renovations are required.

Remark Existing Car Park Lines

Prior to remarking, we will need to remove exisitng. This can be done using hydroblasting Please speak to our team for more information. 

Remarking existing carpark lines is simple to do. We either use preformed markings or melted thermoplastic to the surrounding areas closest to you.

When using the preformed approach, we'll use pre cut cold plastic material and place it over the current markings. Our nearby installers will then heat the plastic with a specialist heater which will melt the thermoplastic onto the surface.

The second method is to use molten thermoplastic. This material is heated to 220 degrees prior to being poured out onto the current carpark line-markings.

We'll make use of specialist equipment when pouring the thermoplastic onto the surface to ensure it looks neat and professional. 

You can discuss the process of remarking existing carpark lines with our team if necessary. We are available to talk you through the entire process and help you decide on the best way to transform your facility at the best value for money.

Please make use of our contact form provided on this page if you'd like to ask any questions to our team.

We'll try to respond to any queries that you have as quickly as possible. We will also offer a free quotation if you're looking to get your carpark repainted or relined soon. 


Repainting Tarmac Line Marking

Tarmac line marking can be done for a number of different areas including car parks, roadways and various other places.

Since car parks get a lot of traffic and heavy vehicles driving over the paint and line-markings, it is common for the lines and paint to become worn out and faded over time.

Our specialists can carry out repainting services to restore the original qualities of the paint and improve the overall appearance of car parks.

After repainting and making alterations to the parking spaces we then complete relining. Tarmac line marking is simple to do using thermoplastic markings.

Since the process is quite quick, minimal disruption is caused meaning that people can use the carpark again in no time. 

How to Remove Car Park Lines Near Me

When looking to remove carpark lines, it is important that you get a specialist company to undertake the works.

Our repaint experts generally use one of the following methods when undertaking carpark line removal:

  1. Water blasting or hydro blasting - this process uses high pressure washes to remove the carpark lines
  2. Burn off the line markings using specialist thermal equipment

The type of process we use will depend on the current state of your markings. Our team ( will try to use the best method for your particular facility without causing damage to the existing surface.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Long Will the Repainting Process Take?

It will usually take 1-3 days to get a car park repainted. However, the time to repaint a car park will depend on the size of the parking facility and what condition it is in.

It will also depend on the customers requirements and what they are wanting to achieve.

What Type of Paint Will be Used for the Repainting?

The type of paint used will depend on the type of paint which is currently in place.

A popular type of paint which we use when repainting is MMA paint.

What Type of Equipment Will be Used for the Repainting?

The type of equipment used for repainting will depend on the size of the project.

For small areas, a brush or roller will be suffienct but for larger areas, a sprayer or car park line marking machine will be used.

What Surface can you Repaint?

A range of surfaces can be repainted but the most popular is tarmac, asphalt, concrete and block paving.

We recommend smooth car park surfaces to paint over.

What Colours can you Repaint a Car Park?

There are so many colour that you can repaint a car park with, the most popular colours are:

  • Yellow
  • White
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Black

If you require a creative design with bespoke colours, just let us know and we can create a bespoke design for you.

What Car Park Markings can be Repainted?

When repainting a car park, you can consider repainting the following types of markings:

  • Disabled Parking Bay
  • Parent and Child Bays
  • EV Charging Bays
  • Parking Bay Lines
  • Directional Arrows
  • Pedestrian Crossings
  • Loading Zones
  • Reserved Spaces
  • No Parking Zones
  • Fire Lanes
  • Stop Bars
  • Curb Markings
  • Speed Bumps and Humps
  • Stencils and Symbols
  • Numbering and Lettering
  • Reflective Markings


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After removing the line-markings, we then carry out relining services along with car park painting. If you would like more information on car park repainting fill in the contact box and we will respond to your enquiry as soon as possible.

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