Bollard Installation Services

Bollards and safety parking post installation is the final touch to a well thought out parking lot. Steel safety bollards can be used indoors or outdoors to provide protection. Our parking lot professionals can advise on the type and location for heavy-duty bollard or semi-permanent guardrails. Our team of highly trained professionals can keep your property up to code.

What We Do

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Industrial, Petrochemical, and Commercial Bollard Installation

Serving the Greater Houston area and Texas Gulf Coast regions

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Bollards As Safety Barriers

Bollard installation will protect fire hydrants, utilities, and create a great safety barrier

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Custom Bollards

We provide all shapes and sizes of bollards for functional and aesthetic purposes

Bollard Installation In Houston

Enterprise Commercial Paving can install different types of bollards ranging from functional to decorative. Whether you want to improve on aesthetics, guide traffic, or protect areas, we can do it all. Bollards are posts made out of a variety of materials ranging from decorative wood to reinforced steel or even concrete. Glass building can use steel or concrete bollards out front to prevent vehicle intrusion, whereas community paved trails may want wooden bollards at at the trailhead to keep out motor vehicles. Removable bollards can be quickly installed and removed by hand seasonally or for after-hours use as an added safety measure. Some of our services include:

  • Decorative Bollard Installation
  • Steel Bollard Installation
  • Parking Lot Bollard
  • Pipe Bollard Installation
  • Cement Bollard Installation
  • Sign Bollard Installation

What Type Of Bollard Should You Use?

There are a myriad of options when choosing the right bollards for a project. Should they be decorative and blend in with the development, or should they be a force to be reckoned with as your building’s first line of defense? Some bollards just need to be simple, functional, cues to traffic such as in a drive-through lane. Bollards are a visual deterrent, alerting pedestrians or drivers to use caution or signal barriers. 

These are the types of bollards you might consider using to complement your next asphalt or paving project:

  • Steel Bollards
  • Wood Bollards
  • Bolt-down Bollards
  • Removable Bollards
  • Concrete Bollards
  • Surface-mounted Bollards(semi-permanent)
  • Custom Bollards
  • Removable Transformer Bollards
  • In-ground Bollards
  • Utility Bollards
  • Bollards With Chains

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