Traffic and Safety Bollards in Arizona
For an effective method of protecting property, directing traffic, keeping pedestrians safe and more, vehicle impact protection barriers from TrafficGuard, Inc are an ideal solution. Our bollards are all manufactured from high quality steel, so you can be confident you’re getting a great product. We offer many different styles of bollards, perfect for whatever level of security you’re looking for. Our bollards can be used by many industries in Arizona as well as the rest of the country, and we’re proud to offer such a versatile product. No matter what you need bollards for, you’ll find the right ones when you shop with TrafficGuard.
Our selection of vehicle impact protection barriers is meant to meet the needs of a range of security needs. For instance, for areas that only need temporary security protections, removable bollards are available, and you can choose from locking and non-locking options. For more permanent needs, choose between our embedded fixed bollards and our surface mounted fixed bollards. We also offer parking bollards—removable or collapsible—and four kinds of collapsible bollards—single post, double post, double post screw. If you need help narrowing down the selection to find the best one for your needs, we’re happy to help you learn more about our products—feel free to contact us any time!
Industry Uses for Bollards
Many different industries use bollards to protect a range of different properties and belongings. Schools often use them to separate walkways from parking lots to protect students and pedestrians, and financial institutions often use them to protect buildings and ATMs from errant vehicle damage. Other industry applications for bollards include:
- Public works locations
- Residential areas
*TrafficGuard, Inc complies with the Buy American Act (41 U.S.C 8302-8305) When you need an effective and reliable method of adding safety and security to an area, bollards can be a great solution. For more information about any of our bollards, contact us anytime, and don’t miss our blog.