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Stone Barriers, Bollards

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A natural stone bollard-parking barrier is a freestanding post, generally made of granite, short and sturdy and fixed to a hard surface such as concrete or granite pavement. The low-profile, mast-shaped deterrent is constructed to block vehicle movement from all directions and allow full pedestrian movement. Natural stone bollard-parking barrier is to stand strong against vehicles, while plastic or steel ones are not a stopper, they bend on impact and only act as a visual barrier. In Stonecontact.com you can find all kinds of stone bollards-parking barriers at the best prices and directly from the factories, wholesalers. We provide the right specifications for your various requirements.

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Do stone bollards stop cars?

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Unlike other types of barriers, such as fences or large concrete blocks, natural stone bollards can restrict vehicle access while allowing clear pedestrian flow.

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Where the stone bollards should be fixed?

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Ideally, the bollards should be placed 1.5 meters back from a sidewalk where cars are allowed to park. This makes room for the passenger side doors to open and passengers to disembark. They can be installed close to the curb if parking is not allowed near the barriers.

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What is a common Stone Bollards height?

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Stone bollards come in a variety of sizes, in order to accommodate being used in different areas and for different purposes. Heights for bollards typically range from 30″ to 48″ tall, with the average height of them being 36″ or three feet tall.

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How far apart should parking bollards be?

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For the most effective protection, manual or automatic rising bollards are normally positioned across the entrance to your driveway and should be set to allow an opening of 1.2 - 1.5 mtrs between each bollard.

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How deep should stone bollards be?

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The correct depth to bury a bollard fluctuates depending on engineering requirements and the desired mounting method. Fixed bollards using in-ground pipe mounting methods generally require a minimum of 24 inches up to 48 inches of concrete embedment below grade.

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Can you put bollards on pavement?

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Many towns and cities have wide pavements in areas of parking control, and highway authorities will use bollards to prevent pavement parking either on the pavement itself, or on the forecourts behind them.

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Can I park on the kerbstones of a grass verge in roads where footway parking is allowed?

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Yes. In roads where pavement parking is allowed, providing the vehicle's wheels are on the kerbstones and no part of the wheels are touching the grass verge, no enforcement action will be taken.

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