Vehicle Control and Security Bollards in New Mexico

When you need an effective method for protecting property, directing traffic, keeping pedestrians safe and more, choose security bollards from TrafficGuard Direct. Our bollards are available in many different styles that offer varying levels of visibility and security, and are also made with high-grade stainless steel, so you can feel confident that you’re getting a high quality product. We’re proud to offer our New Mexico clients, as well as clients all over the U.S. security bollards that are not only well-made but highly effective. No matter what you need bollards for, you’ll find what you’re looking for in our inventory.

Our Bollards

At TrafficGuard, we’re proud to offer a variety of different bollard styles to cover a range of security level needs among our clientele. For temporary security options, you can use removable bollards that, either locking or non-locking. If you’re interested in a more permanent solution, use fixed bollards—they’re available in embedded or surface-mounted styles. Additionally, we offer parking bollards as well as four different types of collapsible bollards. If you’re not quite sure which bollards are the most ideal for your industry or your specific location, feel free to contact us—our professionals will be happy to assist you in narrowing down your selection.

Industry Uses for Bollards

Many different industries use bollards to protect their buildings and property. They can also be used to protect pedestrians from vehicle traffic, such as at schools and stadiums. Places like cemeteries also use them to keep vehicles off of areas meant only for foot traffic. Other locations that often feature bollards include:   TrafficGuard-BuyersCTA *TrafficGuard complies with the Buy American Act (41 U.S.C 8302-8305) Bollards are an ideal way to add security to virtually any space. Since they are made of durable, resilient steel, you can feel confident knowing they’ll stand the test of time. To learn more about our bollards, check out our blog at http://www.trafficguard.net/blog/ or contact us anytime!