Property Protection Bollards in Nevada

When you’re looking for an efficient way to protect your property in Nevada, using bollards is a great way to so do. At TrafficGuard Direct, we are proud to offer our clients an array of different bollards, from permanent to removable and several in between. All of our products are from durable steel, so you can be sure that you’re getting a top quality product. Whether you need ram raiding protection, traffic control for bike paths, or virtually any other security measure, bollards can be an ideal solution.

Our Bollards

At TrafficGuard, we’re proud to stock a variety of different bollards for many different security concerns. We offer four different collapsible bollards, including single post, double post, double post screw lock, and round post bollards. We also offer locking and non-locking removable bollards, removable or collapsible parking bollards, and embedded or surface mounted fixed bollards. Whether you’re concerned with protecting property, directing traffic, or limiting access, you’ll have no trouble finding the perfect bollard for your space. If you’re not sure which is best, we’ll be happy to help you choose.

Industry Applications

Though many different industries use bollards, there’s one thing they all have in common, and that’s that they all benefit from the use of steel posts. Whether adding additional safety or preventing vehicles from gaining access to an area, bollards alter the manner of how a roadway can be used. They’re often used to indicate that paths are meant for cyclists rather than vehicles, to ensure parking lots are safely separated from the pedestrian walkways, and to prevent ram raiding at industrial locations. Other industry uses include:   TrafficGuard-BuyersCTA*TrafficGuard complies with the Buy American Act (41 U.S.C 8302-8305) When you’re looking for a highly efficient method of protecting your property and making it safer, TrafficGuard is ready to help. Contact us today for more information, and don’t miss our blog, located at http://www.trafficguard.net/blog/.