Vehicle Restriction Bollards in North Dakota
When you need a reliable method for adding safety and security to your facility in North Dakota, you’ll love what TrafficGuard Direct has to offer. We’re one of the leading steel bollard manufacturers and suppliers, dedicated to offering our customers high quality products that made with durable, long-lasting steel. No matter what level of security you need to add to your location, you’ll be able to find what you require for property protection, traffic control, pedestrian safety, or any other security need. We offer both permanent and removable options as well, for optimal convenience.
At TrafficGuard Direct, we are proud to offer a wide range of different bollards to suit a number of different security needs. If you’re looking for permanent bollards, we have embedded and surface mounted styles to choose from, whereas if you want removable bollards, you can choose between locking and non-locking options. Beyond those options, we have four different types of collapsible bollards—single post, double post, double post screw lock, and round post—and two types of parking bollards. If you aren’t sure which ones will be the best for your particular security needs, our team will be happy to provide you with more information and help you narrow down your selection.
Bollards are commonly installed in a range of different locations, including financial institutions like banks—they’re installed near drive-up lanes and ATMs to help prevent damage caused by vehicles. Schools and shopping centers also use them to separate the space between where vehicles park and where pedestrians enter the building. Bike paths also use them at the entry points to indicate to vehicle drivers that the roadways past the bollards are not for cars or trucks, but rather bicycles.
Other locations that typically feature bollards include:
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Learn more about bollards today—contact TrafficGuard any time, and don’t forget to check out our blog at http://www.trafficguard.net/blog/.