Local roads maintenance crisis deepens

  • By ANGELA ROBINSON
  • 28 Mar, 2017

Ever Wondered Why There Are So Many More Potholes These Days ???


The number of potholes filled over the last year has dropped again for the second successive year, but is still high at 1.7 million.

Seventeen per cent of all local roads are in poor structural condition, with less than five years of life remaining, according to this year’s Annual Local Authority Road Maintenance (ALARM) survey.

England and Wales need more than £12bn to bring the network up to scratch.  

We at Laserline Road Marking are able to offer you a pothole filling  repair service that is Long Lasting and very cost effective. 

We offer various methods including Roadpatch MMA a cold applied permanent pothole repair system specially formulated to offer great  durability. For larger holes we offer Roadpatch  a hot applied compound, which is trafficable within 15-30 minutes of application  . There are many more options available. 


Read more about our road maintenance crisis below  
http://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/view/local-roads-maintenance-crisis-deepens


By ANGELA ROBINSON 28 Mar, 2017

The number of potholes filled over the last year has dropped again for the second successive year, but is still high at 1.7 million.

Seventeen per cent of all local roads are in poor structural condition, with less than five years of life remaining, according to this year’s Annual Local Authority Road Maintenance (ALARM) survey.

England and Wales need more than £12bn to bring the network up to scratch.  

We at Laserline Road Marking are able to offer you a pothole filling  repair service that is Long Lasting and very cost effective. 

We offer various methods including Roadpatch MMA a cold applied permanent pothole repair system specially formulated to offer great  durability. For larger holes we offer Roadpatch  a hot applied compound, which is trafficable within 15-30 minutes of application  . There are many more options available. 


Read more about our road maintenance crisis below  
http://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/view/local-roads-maintenance-crisis-deepens


By ANGELA ROBINSON 24 Mar, 2017
Laserline Roadmarking are pleased to sponsor local motorcycle racer Sean Montgomery.
Sean, a welder from Preesall, has been racing for four years now and 2017 will be his 5th year of competing.  
He has already won many races and championships including  2 Club Championships , Newcomers Championship and then The 600 Open Championship.
In 2016 Sean entered the Isle Of Mann Manx for the first time and recorded an impressive lap speed of 112mph which is quite extraordinary for a new comer. He is causing quite a stir on the superbike racing circuit and is definitely one to watch.
Seaun will be racing again at the Manx this year which starts on the 19th August until 1st September.

Earlier in the year he will be racing in several meetings around the country.
Oulton Park NG Road Racing  8th April  Oulton Park.
Aintree Motorcycle Racing Club Test Day 3rd May.
Aintree 13th May, 10th June,  15July,   12th August,  16th September
We will be catching up with  Sean on April 8th at Oulton Park Tarporley, Cheshire

We wish Sean the best of luck for the 2017 season and will be following him closely. 

Follow Sean's progress this summer at his Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/Sean-Montgomery-Racing-1442522385962975/?hc_ref=SEARCH&fref=nf
By ANGELA ROBINSON 16 Mar, 2017
Many of our customers need us to work over the weekend as to cause as little disruption as possible. Last Saturday we were in Morecambe lining a car park. Our guys had an early start and this ensured we completed the job on the same day. We produced car parking bays, disabled bays, pedestrian walkway, no entry signs and directional arrows. We used Thermoplastic product giving a great results that will last a long time. Our team take great pride in their work and always give 100% to every contract big or small.
By ANGELA ROBINSON 16 Mar, 2017
 “This helmet is an industry game-changer. Acting on slips and trips that resulted in head injuries we quickly realised that although protective equipment is always the last resort, standard construction hats were not affording the level of protection that we need in the highway maintenance sector. Our biggest risks are the potential for harm working within close proximity to live traffic and on hard surfaces.

Read more about this at   http://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/view/highway-contractor-pioneers-hi-tech-hard-hat
By ANGELA ROBINSON 06 Feb, 2017
Here at Laserline we work almost every weekend. We find that a lot of our customers prefer us to carry out the line marking when the car park is at its quietest. 
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