When you need an effective, reliable solution for providing security to a building, visibility, and pedestrian safety, consider security bollards from TrafficGuard Direct. We offer clients in Louisiana and all over the country some of the best bollards available. No matter what you need bollards for, you’re likely to find what you need in our inventory, and we’re proud to say that our bollards are all made of high quality steel—so you know you’re getting a great product. Whether you’re looking for a high level of security or just want to boost visibility in an area, you’ll have no trouble when you use bollards from TrafficGuard Direct.
No matter what you need bollards in Louisiana for, TrafficGuard Direct is ready to offer you the options you’re looking for. We offer a range of different options for many different industries, covering a range of different security needs. Our inventory includes removable bollards, permanent bollards, parking bollards, and collapsible bollards. Choosing the best option for your specific location may be difficult—if you need help narrowing down the selection, our professionals will be happy to help you decide which is best.
What Industries Can Use Bollards?
You might be surprised to learn about all the places that use bollards. For example, they are often used in residential areas, both to mark out where parking areas are as well as to signify which direction traffic is flowing through a driveway. They’re also used as protection against ram raiding at warehouses and factories. Ram raiding is a specific type of crime that involves purposely crashing into a building to cause damage or gain entry to steal from the inside of the building.
Other uses for bollards include places like:
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When you need a reliable and effective way to add security and safety to an area, look no further than TrafficGuard Direct’s extensive inventory. To learn more about any of our products, contact us today—and don’t forget to check out our blog at http://www.trafficguard.net/blog/