Bollards for Building Protection in Maryland

If you’ve been looking for an efficient way to secure roadways, protect your Maryland property, or direct traffic, consider using steel bollards from TrafficGuard Direct. Our products are all made from high quality, durable steel, so you can be sure you’re getting a reliable product when you order from us. We offer a variety of different bollard models, perfect for a range of different security needs, from permanent to removable. Whether you need help with pedestrian safety or protecting buildings, you’ll be able to find the perfect bollard.

Our Bollards

No matter what level of security you need for your location in Maryland, TrafficGuard Direct is proud to offer a range of bollards, at least one of which will be perfectly suited for your space. We offer removable bollards in both locking and non-locking options, and four different types of collapsible bollards. We also offer two kinds of parking bollards and two types of fixed bollards, so depending on what you are looking for, you’ll be able to find the best solution for your needs. If you aren’t sure what the best type of bollards are for your specific needs, our associates will be happy to help you learn more about each type so that you can narrow down your selection.

Industry Applications

Bollards are a common fixture for many different industries and locations. For example, schools and universities often use them to separate parking and drive-up areas from pedestrian walkways. Shopping centers use them similarly. Industrial facilities or factories often install them to help prevent ram raiding, a form of vandalism in which a car or truck will ram into a garage door to gain access to a building in order to vandalize or steal from the business within. Other locations that typically feature bollards include:   TrafficGuard-BuyersCTA*TrafficGuard complies with the Buy American Act (41 U.S.C 8302-8305) Contact TrafficGuard today to learn more about our bollards, and don’t forget to check out our blog at http://www.trafficguard.net/blog/.