Albany Extra - - Trades & Ser­vices -

Lo­cally owned and op­er­ated for more than 25 years, Hoogen’s Line Mark­ing is the firm to call for park­ing bays, sports courts and floor signs.

John Van Den Hoogan has made his mark all around the south­ern re­gion, as far afield as Mar­garet River, Hy­den and Esper­ance, mark­ing car parks and set­ting out net­ball, bas­ket­ball and ten­nis courts.

Hoogen’s Line Mark­ing can mark any­thing on con­crete, bi­tu­men or paving, from straight lines to let­ter­ing.

John can add cats’ eye re­flec­tors for greater vis­i­bil­ity and has re­flec­tive tape for ap­ply­ing to guide posts and bar­ri­ers.

For new lines in car parks, John can work from plans or de­sign from scratch, and all sports court mark­ings are done in ac­cor­dance with the Depart­ment of Sport and Re­cre­ation spec­i­fi­ca­tions.

John also re-marks lines to give park­ing bays, sports courts and floor signs a fresh look and en­sures they meet Coun­cil re­quire­ments.

Build­ing com­pa­nies, bi­tu­men con­trac­tors and pri­vate busi­nesses are among his reg­u­lar cus­tomers.

The most pop­u­lar colours are yel­low, white and red, but John can pro­duce lines from a whole range of colours. Big su­per­mar­ket car parks around the Great South­ern, sports com­plexes and safety zones in work­shops are some of the projects he has un­der­taken, and no job is too small.

John uses the best qual­ity road mark­ing paint, which en­sures his lines are durable and lon­glast­ing.

He of­fers a quick re­sponse ser­vice and can give you a quote within 24 hours and with his many years of ex­pe­ri­ence and Great South­ern knowl­edge, it’s no won­der John gets the job right first time. John can be con­tacted on 0418 922 740.

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