Colorado

When you’re looking for the most ideal way to add security to an area outside a building or at the entrance to a neighborhood or bike path in Colorado, consider traffic safety bollards from TrafficGuard, Inc. Our bollards are all made of heavy-duty steel, so you can trust that you’re investing in a long-lasting, effective product. We stock options for a variety of different security needs, including removable options. Check out our inventory today to see what would work best for your location.

Our Bollards

Our traffic safety bollards in Colorado are crafted from high quality, durable steel, which means you can rely on us to provide a product that will offer lasting security and safety. We offer four categories of bollards: collapsible, removable, parking and fixed. For fixed bollards, you can choose between embedded or surface mounted styles, and for removable bollards, there are locking and non-locking styles. If you want parking bollards, there are removable as well as collapsible models, and if you’re looking for collapsible options, you can choose between single post, double post, double post screw lock, and round post options. No matter what level of security you need, you can find it in our inventory.

Industries That Utilize Bollards

Plenty of different industries use bollards to add safety to their locations. For instance, cemeteries often install bollards to deter vehicles from driving off of the paved pathways, and financial institutions typically place them near ATMs to help ensure that if a car misjudges the approach in a drive-up lane, the machine or building won’t be damaged. Other industry uses for bollards include:   TrafficGuard-BuyersCTA*TrafficGuard complies with the Buy American Act (41 U.S.C 8302-8305) For more information about any of the bollards we offer, feel free to contact us at any time. We’re happy to help you decide which traffic safety bollard is the most ideal for your particular location in Colorado. For even more tips about bollards, please visit our blog at http://www.trafficguard.net/blog/.