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Bollards are long, vertical posts used to protect or mark the perimeter of a building or store. They are used around retail stores or buildings. Bollards are used to keep your facility safe and protected. Here are many kinds of bollards, all of which have different purposes.
Suppose you are looking for bollards that have vehicle access control and will protect parking spaces. In that case, you can find folding car park bollards at Sitecraft. These bollards protect the unauthorized use of a private car park space. You can install them wherever you want vehicle access to be controlled. When it comes to buying a bollard, you need to take into consideration quality and durability. The bollard should be durable and made of strong material to withstand all harsh, intense weather.
The benefits of bollards are that they play an essential part in managing and maintaining traffic. When it comes to bollards, they are also used in test channeling, traffic diversions, and road closure. They keep you protected from damage that is caused by vehicles. If you own a store or building, you might have sometimes experienced cars damaging your garden outside or building, and bollards keep you safe from all that.
Usually, bollards are used in areas that have high vehicular traffic and pedestrians. They prevent cars and automobiles from hurting pedestrians walking on sidewalks. If you own private land, you might often have experienced trespassing and may have had to compromise on your security. If you have been experiencing this problem, then opt for bollards. They will ensure that the people walking around that area know that the premises are privately owned and belong to someone. Sometimes, store owners use these bollards to complement the style of a store or building.
There are many kinds of bollards. These are plastic bollards, which are used on construction sites, pedestrian bollards, and much more.
Bollards are made of multiple materials, like concrete, aluminum, stainless steel, plastic, wood, etc.
Why you need street bollards?
Firstly, they ensure the safety of drivers. They are used to make drivers aware of the danger and harm that may be on the road. These include high curbs or narrow streets etc. They also function as a barrier that prevents vehicles from entering zones made for only pedestrians.
Bollards don’t require a lot of maintenance. They can withstand heat and other extreme conditions. They don’t rust, and you won’t have to replace them now and then.
Removable bollards are used in close areas in museums, where people are continually going in and out. They are also used to signal to drivers that they can’t enter a particular park section designed for walking and cycling.
Bollards are physical and visual barriers. They are available in many types, shapes, sizes, and designs. So, before buying one, you need to keep many things in mind. First, consider your security needs. You should be aware of what part is it of your property that needs protection and from whom.
Bollards help against ram-raids, which are a high-security concern for stores. During these, thieves crash into the side of the buildings and loot stores.


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