Safety Bollards in Massachusetts
Adding safety and security to an area is easy when you used TrafficGuard Direct bollards. Our traffic safety bollards are made from strong, durable steel, so you can expect them to last a long time at your location. Made from top quality materials, these bollards are ideal for a number of different uses across industries, and we stock a variety of models to ensure that all of our clients have the best option available to them. No matter what industry you work within or where you need to add security in Massachusetts, you’ll find that bollards are an ideal solution.
At TrafficGuard Direct, we offer a number of different options for a variety of needs. For example, we offer two types of fixed bollards—embedded and surface mounted—plus two types of removable bollards—locking and non-locking. Past that, we also offer parking bollards and four types of collapsible bollards, including single post, double post, double post screw lock, and round post bollards. We manufacture our bollards with high quality steel that is resistant to damage, so you can trust that you’re getting a reliable, secure product. When you’re looking for the best high security crash bollards around, contact TrafficGuard.
Industries that Use Bollards
Many different industries utilize bollards to add security and increase safety. For example, retail locations use them to separate parking areas from storefront walkways to help protect pedestrians, and industrial businesses use them in front of loading docks to help deter ram raiding, a particular form of vandalism that involves a vehicle purposely hitting an access door with the intent to break in and vandalize or steal.
Other options for bollard use include:
- Bank drive up lanes
- Hospital ER driveways
- Residential areas such as gated communities, to mark which way traffic should use driveways
- Stadiums and universities, to help protect foot traffic from vehicles
Steel bollards from traffic guard are an ideal security addition for many different places in Massachusetts. Whether you’re protecting your small business, directing traffic, or adding access restriction, these products will last you a long time. To learn more about bollards, their benefits and industry applications, you can also visit our TrafficGuard blog posts.