Traffic Access Control Bollards in Nebraska
When you need to add another level of safety and security to your property in Nebraska, consider using traffic bollards. At TrafficGuard Direct, our goal is to provide our clients with high quality, reliable solutions for traffic control, pedestrian safety, and property protection in the form of steel bollards. Our Nebraska traffic bollards are made from durable steel, so you can trust they’ll last for years to come. We offer a variety of bollards in many different styles, so no matter what your security needs are, you’ll be able to find a bollard that suites them.
Whether you need to signify that a path is for bikes and not cars, you want to help protect your building from ram raiding, or you want to direct the flow of traffic more clearly, there are bollards available for all of these uses. We offer four types of collapsible bollards, perfect for a temporary security option, plus two types of removable, parking and fixed bollards. Depending on the level of security you want to add to your property, there will be an option from this selection that will make the most sense. If you’re not sure which is the best choice, we’ll be happy to help you make your decision.
Bollards are used in a number of different industries and locations, and offer the benefit of more safety and security nearly anywhere they’re installed. They’re often used at universities to separate parking lots from sidewalks and other spaces where pedestrians need to be protected, as well as at airports to direct the flow of traffic so that drivers can safely arrive where they need to go. Financial institutions also commonly use bollards, particularly near ATMs and in drive-up lanes to help prevent damage caused by crashing into the ATM or building.
Other areas that bollards often installed at include:
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To find out about the types of bollards TrafficGuard Direct offers its Nebraska customers, contact us today, and don’t forget to check out our blog at http://www.trafficguard.net/blog/.