Protect your business with bollard sleeves and post covers from McCue. As a business owner, you know you need to guard your property, customers and employees from renegade vehicles. But forget ugly concrete bollards and pipe posts. Our durable bollard covers are easy to install, require no maintenance and look great. Request more information today!
Protect Your Bollards and Posts
Bollard and post sleeves from McCue are made from impact-resistant polypropylene to provide you with maximum protection. All you have to do is slide them over your steel or concrete bollard or post and you're up and running.
When you purchase bollard sleeves from McCue, you can expect:
- Quality – Don't keep repainting your bollards or pipes. Simply cover up the scratches, dings and defects. The standard yellow color stands out and is easy to see.
- Durability – Our bollard sleeves can take a beating and will still look as good as new.
- Simplicity – There are no special tools or complicated instructions needed for installation. Just slip them over your bollard or post. That's it. You can easily remove them for cleaning, and they can be cut to size if necessary.
Applications: Parking Lots, Warehouses and More
Bollards were originally used for mooring ships. These days, they're used to prevent cars and other vehicles from ending up in areas they don't belong. Here are some of the places your business can use bollards to keep your property, customers and employees safe:
- Parking lots and garages
- Entrance ways and walkways
- ATM machines
- Loading dock doors
We've been designing and manufacturing asset protection products since 1988, and our goal is to provide our customers with innovative solutions that protect from every angle. We understand the damage that can occur to stores and warehouses, and we've designed all of our products with that in mind. We don't take bollards and bollard sleeves lightly ... and you shouldn't either!
Atlas Obscura: http://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/what-are-bollards-and-why-are-they-so-beautiful
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