Urban tree canopy is of increasing importance in cities all over the world. As climate events become more common, trees help moderate their effect. They clean and cool air, manage water, prevent erosion, and manage the urban heat sink.
In order to install pavers and impact-protective bollards, the level of concrete is set by the height of the paver. The loss of the thin level of paver material to the volume of the concrete surround will only minimally affect the stopping power of the bollard.
Grates act as strainers that stop rubbish, leaves, or dirt from entering the channel. What level of debris filtering is necessary is in part based on likely throughput: a small drain may have a harder time clearing than a larger one.
Save yourself time, money, and stress by finding the right method for your bollard installation.
Stainless steels are highly corrosion resistant—however, stainless steel applications can still remain at risk to surface damage.
We’ve seen a recent trend in tree grates being repurposed by homeowners, artists, and contractors—as cast iron décor for use all around the home!
Managing rain, storm, and flood water is a growing concern for homeowners in changing local climate.
When it comes to installation, it may be common knowledge that bollards can be installed permanently as fixed applications. However, fixed bollards do not work well in places with variable access-control needs.