Parking bollards have become more and more commonplace around the Scotland area, providing excellent security to Scottish business owners, car park users and private home owners where vehicles are concerned. Parking bollards provide excellent security across Scotland when in use and can help to prevent unwanted entry to particular areas as well as helping to deter private car park spaces from being taken in an apartment complex or similar environment. What’s more, parking bollards are ideal for private Scottish homes, allowing you to install behind your private vehicle to help deter would-be car thieves.
What kind of parking bollards would be best for my business car park?
When it comes to private car park premises in Scotland it can be so important to keep out unwanted vehicle users, especially after hours where there may not be a security person on duty to reprimand said vehicles users. Parking bollards like the Heavy-Duty Fold Down Security Post are ideal for blocking off traffic from particular areas as well as installing directly into car park spaces to help keep your spot free when being used in a private business area or apartment complex. Each parking bollard comes with its own round discus padlock which allows the parking bollard to be folded down and made upright again instantly. With zinc-plating and hazard-type markings on the side of these parking bollards they are perfect for use around Scottish areas and provide excellent durability and reliability while in use.
Do Pittman supply a parking bollard for extremely heavy-duty use?
Should you require a very robust parking bollard we could also recommend the Anti Ram-Raid Retractable Security Post. This highly robust parking bollard will need to be installed almost 900mm under the ground – however, once installed it can provide excellent durability and provides excellent deterrent against thieves. This parking bollard can be used directly in car par spaces but also works extremely well as an anti-ram bollard in front of warehouse or shop front doors, making thieves think twice about their theft when they see the parking bollard in use.