Playground Line Markings

South West Works are experts in creating high quality playground markings at your property. Whether it is a nursery, a school or even a public park.

Examples include marking for recreational activities such as Hopscotch, Snakes and Ladders or a Chess board or it maybe you require something more educational such as roads markings, cycling proficiency markings, or interactive learning activities such as number and letter games.

We also provide sports courts markings for sports such as tennis, netball and badminton.

By Choosing South West Works For Car Park Line Marking, You Are Assured Quality, Professionalism And A High Level Of Service

Long Lasting Playground Markings

South West Works use the best quality materials, plant and construction methods to a create hard wearing surface that will look good for many years to come.

Anti slip paint is often used in school playgrounds as it is a non-slip coating which means less risk of falling over.

We create long lasting designs using high quality, bright and durable paints. Our paints are manufactured in the UK to the highest British standards to give distinction and durability to your line marking project.

playground markings Gloucester, Worcester & Birmingham

For Playground Line Marking Contractors In Gloucester, Worcester & Birmingham - Call 01452 270223

Michael McMahon, SAMAC

“We have worked with South West Works since 2000. We have found them very professional and competitive. They have carried out works to a very high standard and they have gone the extra mile to make sure we are completely happy with the finished contract. I have no hesitation in recommending them”

Steve Pearson, Stockford Anderson

“South West Works did a great job when refreshing our white lining on the retail park. The works were carried out quickly and professionally with no waste or spillages. The contracts manager kept me informed of progress throughout and reassured me that any issues would be resolved. I am happy to say there were no issues and the works were completed very satisfactorily.”