When you need a reliable, highly effective method for creating traffic control, fostering pedestrian safety, or protecting property, using steel traffic bollards and posts in Hawaii can be a great solution. At TrafficGuard Direct, we’re dedicated to offering our customers products that are not only made with high quality, durable steel, so you can trust that you’re getting a very well-made product. No matter what level of security you’re after for your Hawaii property, you’ll be able to find what you need in our inventory. If you’re unsure of what will match your specific needs, we’ll be happy to help you figure out which models are best.
At TrafficGuard Direct, we take pride in offering our customers the best bollard solutions available, and that means offering a range of different bollards to suit a variety of security needs. For example, we offer two different types of removable bollards—locking and non-locking, as well as two different kinds of fixed bollards. If you’re looking for collapsible bollards, you’ll have four to choose from—single post, double post, double post screw lock, and round post. Finally, we offer two types of parking bollards for parking lots—removable and collapsible. No matter what you need for your particular location, you’ll find it in our inventory.
Traffic bollards and posts are versatile tools that provides safety and security for a wide range of locations and industries. For instance, banks generally use them to help protect ATMs or drive-up lanes from vehicle damage, either accidental or on purpose. Stadiums also use bollards to separate parking areas from stadium grounds. Bollards are also typically used near the entrances of bike paths, to signify to vehicles that the paved road beyond is not for cars or trucks, but rather for bicycles.
Other locations that often use bollards include:
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