Property Protection Bollards in Washington
When you need a reliable and highly effective method for providing property protection, traffic direction, or pedestrian safety at a location, using traffic bollards from TrafficGuard Direct is a great solution. We are proud to offer our Washington clients, as well as the rest of the United States, a product we’re confident in. We offer bollards in many different styles, perfect for any level of protection that you might need. Whether you need a building protected from ram-raiding and other damage, or you need to signify that a path of asphalt is meant for bicyclists, not cars, or you need security for something else entirely, you’ll find what you’re looking for here.
At TrafficGuard Direct, we’re happy to be able to offer top quality, steel bollards to all of our customers. Our Washington traffic safety bollards are made from heavy-duty steel, so you can feel confident knowing that you’re getting a very well-made product. We offer an array of different types of bollards, as well, to suit a range of different security needs. We offer permanent bollards and removable bollards, as well as parking bollards and collapsible bollards. If you’re not sure of which ones would be best for your specific location and security needs, feel free to ask us for help—we’re glad to help you understand more about our products so that you make the best choice for your protection.
Our Washington security posts are used in numerous applications and locations, spanning many industries. For example, they are used at financial institutions, such as banks, to prevent vehicles from accidentally hitting either the building itself or ATMs, when going through drive-up lanes. They’re also used for bike paths, to signify to cars that the paved roadways are not for vehicles, but bicycles.
Other common uses for bollards include places like:
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No matter what your security needs are, you’ll be able to find the perfect bollard from TrafficGuard Direct. Learn more about our bollards online or contact us if you have any questions – and don’t forget to check out our blog at http://www.trafficguard.net/blog/.