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Here at Barriers Direct, we have the widest range of quality plastic bollards and traffic cones for sale in the UK, for residential, commercial and industrial settings, and for a range of budgets.
We sell lightweight road bollards which can be utilised as temporary pedestrian barriers. They are easy to put into place and just as easy to remove when not needed. We sell not only traffic cones but also posts that come with a sturdy base. We have warning cones that can be joined with chains to close off sections to pedestrians. We also sell traffic barrier designs with retractable tape barriers that make it even easier to section off areas.
In addition to lightweight removable reflective bollards, we stock sturdier, permanent designs, perfect for protecting shop fronts, ATMs and pedestrians on pathways. These bollards are made from steel, polyethylene and other strong materials, reliable and secure. They can be fixed permanently into place with bolts or cement, while we also sell bollards that can easily be removed from their fixings. We also sell flexible cones, designed to help prevent damage to vehicles and to the bollards themselves.
Our range of plastic bollards and traffic cones come in weatherproof materials. Our traffic bollards designs are easy to install and require little to no maintenance. We also sell single barriers that can be connected to others, as well as Q signs with a range of warning messages.
Lightweight and sturdy designs
Choose from rigid posts or standard road cones
Bollards and cones made to be suitable for all weather conditions
Permanent or retractable bollards for sale
Aesthetic and high-viz warning cones available
Choose from cones and bollards displaying a variety of warning
If you're looking to increase road safety and manage traffic more effectively, you'll be interested in our great selection of wheel ramps. Or why not check out our speed bumps, chapter 8 barriers and delineators?