If you need a reliable way to add security and safety to an area, consider using bollards from TrafficGuard Direct. Our steel bollards provide a highly effective and durable solution for protecting pedestrians from vehicle traffic, protecting property from damage caused by errant vehicles, and much more. We offer a variety of different bollards in order to ensure that there is an ideal option available for all of our clients, no matter what industry they work in. Regardless of what you need them for, you’ll be sure to find a great bollard choice in our inventory.
Our bollards are designed to add safety to anywhere they are installed. We make them with top quality steel, so they’ll last you for years to come, and since we offer a variety of styles and models for a range of different security needs, you’ll have no trouble finding exactly what you’re looking for. When you purchase bollards from TrafficGuard Direct, you can trust that the products you’re getting are reliable and protective. We offer both fixed and removable bollards, with locking and non-locking options, plus much more.
Industries Using Bollards
Whether you want to help shield ATMs from errant vehicles misjudging their approach, direct students away from vehicle traffic at schools, or help deter vehicles hitting the loading dock doors with intent to steal or vandalize your facility, bollards are an excellent way to add protection against vehicles. At TrafficGuard Direct, we offer four categories of bollards: fixed, parking, removable and collapsible, with a total of 10 different types—and that’s not even including the different sizes available.
Industry applications for bollards can include:
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Steel bollards from TrafficGuard are an ideal solution for adding security to virtually any location in New Hampshire. If you’re unsure of what type would be best for your needs, contact us today. We’re happy to discuss all of our products with you—and be sure to check out our blog at http://www.trafficguard.net/blog/
for even more information.