We’ve been applying road and car park markings for over 25 years, and in that time, we’ve worked everywhere from Scotland to the South of England and some parts of Europe.
We assess every new job before we start so we know what type of paint to use and how long it will take us to do the job. We pride ourselves on completing work on time and always within budget.
To keep traffic moving at peak times, we work through the night when fewer vehicles are on the road. The last thing anyone wants is to spend longer getting home, so we keep road closures to a minimum.
The safety of our people and the public is a priority for us, which is why we’ve invested heavily in training for our staff and are committed to maintaining those standards.
We’ve been awarded the RoSPA gold medal five times for our dedication to health and safety, and we hold the British Standard (18001) for occupational health and safety. Alongside this, we also have ISO 9001 for quality and ISO 14001, the standard for assessing a company’s environmental impact. We’re active members of groups like the Road Safety Markings Association, so we’re the first to know about changes to the law and industry updates that might affect our clients.
Riggotts has been keeping road users on the right track since 1994 when brothers Darren and Nick Riggott started the company. Today, we have a fleet of custom-built vehicles and more than 50 teams working 24/7 across the UK.
We get the job done on time and without cutting corners by using state-of-the-art machinery for quick and precise application. All our paints meet the highest industry standards – they’re skid-resistant, reflective, and non-toxic.
We work closely with the Highways Agency and local authorities up and down the country, but we’ve also worked with some of the UK’s biggest brands, from Sainsbury’s to Kwik Fit and Mcdonald’s.
If there’s something we haven’t covered, you’ll probably find the answer in our FAQs.
Do you apply thermoplastic road lines?
Thermoplastic road lines are made using a type of powder paint that is heated up before it’s applied. We use thermoplastic paint for road surface markings because it’s highly visible, durable, and quick to dry.
What areas of the country do your cover?
We cover the whole of the UK and some parts of Europe. We’ve been awarded contracts on the Isle of Man, the Isle of Wight, and the Scottish Isles.
Are you certified to work on the roads?
Riggotts has met part 7 of the National Highway Sector Scheme (NHSS) for road marking. This proves that we have the right management system in place to work safely on the roads.