Decorative bollards are strong enough to withstand the impact of a runaway truck — and can enhance the landscape’s overall beauty with attention-grabbing finishes.
Decorative landscape bollards are purposed for more than functionality and crash ratings.
In applications like hotels, restaurants and downtown districts, these products function as intricate architectural elements that beautify outdoor spaces.
In certain cases, they even stimulate consumer activity.
A common reason to utilize cast iron decorative bollards is for perimeter protection for an area that has a high volume of pedestrians. Areas like public parks, city attractions or sports venues.
In metropolitan settings, pedestrian areas are often situated in close proximity to heavy and congested traffic areas. Protecting these outdoor areas with bollards is highly important to maintaining pedestrian security as visitors enjoy their time spent in a finished landscape design project.
Cast iron architectural bollards can serve as a visual and physical barrier to motorists traveling through cities.
Bollards can also alleviate driver confusion and clearly direct them to appropriate paths, eliminating the opportunity for vehicles to venture into sidewalks and parks.
When decorative cast iron bollards are installed with an interior security pipe embedded into concrete, they are able to withstand impact.
Government buildings and culturally significant areas need to be protected.
Decorative cast iron bollards are complimentary additions to your project that provide structural protection. Don’t choose functionality over aesthetic needs, tie the two together.