Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Reflective street numbering special!

Goeie more vriende. Ek doen al die afgelope 14-15 jaar weerkaatsende straat nommers reg oor Suid Afrika. Ja, daar is ook "gimmicks" in die omtrek wat nie lank hou of weerkaats nie, maar omdat ek een van die mense is wat hiermee begin het 15 jaar gelede kan ek kwaliteit waarborg.
Ek verf nie net nommers vir n "quick buck" wat net n paar maande hou soos my "copy cats - kompetisie" in die omgewing nie.
Elke nommer wat EK verf hou meestal n minimum tydperk van 5 jaar terwyl die nommers helder weerkaats soos die kat ogies op die hoofweg.
Ek verf ook "road marking - pad sper lyne" asook straat benaming.
Ek het al n paar Estates en komplekse se straat name, nommers en lyne geverf deur die tyd.
My pryse is nie net billik nie, maar staan ook vir die gehalte van my werk.
"Pay peanuts, expect to get monkeys"
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Good day friends. I have been in the "reflective" street numbering and road marking business for the past 15 years. I DO NOT paint "gimmick" wannabe numbers as my "copy cat competition" does in South Africa, but the numbers, street names and road marking I do are of highest quality. I put MY NAME on the line for my quality of work.
The numbers I paint normally lasts a minimum period of 5(five) years and remains highly reflective throughout.
I have been painting Golf Estates, Complexes, and Residential street numbers, street names and road marking during the past 15 years.
My pricing is not only competitive, but also stands for my quality of work!
"Pay peanuts, expect to lure monkeys"

Thursday, 7 November 2013

Planning to secure your house ?

Properly marking a house can prove to be a responsible task for any home owner!

In my experience as a street number painter in South Africa, walking from door to door speaking to home owners about methods with which they can make their homes more recognizable especially to emergency service personnel, I was quite surprised to hear some of the many excuses people have for not getting a proper visible number displayed on their fence or house wall. Some would use the excuse that if they have a number on their house, the criminal elements can recognize their house much easier and let their criminal friends know where and when to strike. 
I used to be thrown back at first due to the nature of the escalating crime rate in South Africa and what these home owners said to me that I really started thinking about the matter. Then it dawned on me that yes, criminals can see your house much easier when properly marked, but they also know if a property is properly marked the time for security service personnel to arrive at that address fast is very good. They already think of how much time they need to break in. When a property is properly marked especially with my “reflective house numbers”, not finding a house number is not possible unless the person looking for that house may be blind.
Fortunately I have quite a few years experience in explaining the contrary to people as ignorant. I have never seen any person being as ignorant as those who are “willingly” ignorant just to prove something they might think very clever, but in reality proves to be quite dumb.

 Here is a sample picture of the reflective concrete fiber reinforced numbers I manufacture:

These reflective numbers proved to countless South African home owners the effect it has on finding a house fast and what it could have in a emergency situation.
The thing is that when an emergency team is being called out to a house, they expect to find that house fast because it will be a matter of life and death for some. Therefore, If a property has no markings by which it could be easily identified, we make life very difficult for finding our houses where there might be somebody with i.e. a heart attack or a break-in, or any other emergency situation.
I have been witness in numerous occasions where emergency vehicles raced past me while painting house numbers just to stop about three to four house from me a half an hour later after circling the block a few times searching and phoning around to get directions where people were in distress and having no way of identification on that house.
What about the pizza man, or postman? What about the delivery company needing to find your house quick because they have many other deliveries to do also while time is of the essence?
Therefore, to solve the problem it is highly beneficial and recommended to mark your house properly, not just for yourself, but also for those on who’s service we so dearly rely.
If you have been thinking and reflecting on this issue, you are welcome to contact me Nico Engelbrecht on (+27)715105334 anytime during business hours so I can provide you with an effective method to properly mark your house and have peace of mind for a change.

Sunday, 29 September 2013

Reflective Fibre re-in-forced concrete based house numbers

Reflective Number 0 Reflective Number 1 Reflective Number 2 Reflective Number 3 Reflective Number 4
Reflective Number 5 Reflective Number 6 Reflective Number 7 Reflective Number 8 Reflective Number 9

These NEW method of house numbering serves to illuminate street addresses in a more effective manner.

These numbers are made of Fibre re-in-forced concrete based materials which has NO after market resale value which eliminates the temptation for vandals and petty thieves to break your house numbers off you fence and sell it to the scrap metal exchanges for a rand or two.


Orders will be taken via email as proof of order and payment has been done via either FTP or cash. Deliveries will ONLY be made IF 5 or more digits has been ordered within the Pretoria borders. Orders placed outside of Pretoria must be placed for 10 or more digits at any one time.

Or orders can also be sent via postal services at an extra cost.

Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Naming the streets in Sable Hills Waterfront Estate @ Roodeplaat Dam(Nature reserve)

I just recently finished populating Sable Hills Waterfront Estate with concrete Reflective street names.
Due to the Game in the Estate concrete blocks with street names works better that metal street name poles for various reasons.
So I supplied, painted, and installed standard municipality approved curb stones with street names which reflect at night ensuring high visibility and safety.
As I was still busy installing some of these street name blocks, a resident drove past me thanking me for the great service I am doing their community by providing them with “visible” street names like these.

Below are a few pictures I took with my cellular phone to show the effect:
Sable Hills Waterfront Estate
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