Tricks to Easy Bollard Installation


Bollards are our business, yet we understand that these short little blog posts can discolor right into the background for many people. Being unseen can mean failing to remember during preparation, particularly on limited timelines or on huge jobs. If concrete is showing up before the bollards can hop on site, all is not shed: you do not need to rip up the walkway or hold back on your put. We provide numerous means to install bollards into existing concrete. Conserve time, money, stress, and anxiety by finding the right method for your bollard installation.

  • Setting up bollards into existing concrete
  • Setting up bollards right into new concrete
Mounting bollards into existing concrete.

Bollards that do not need to be impact-protective can be set up easily. In most cases, the installer calls for absolutely nothing more than fundamental materials and a drill with a little masonry. Impact-protective steel pipeline bollards need more prep work, supplies, Wollongong Linemarking, and care; however, they can still be done in existing concrete. Read through the installation options to see which might help you.


Installing bollard grounds into new concrete offers the possibility of below-grade mounting choices for retracting and removable bollards and allowing for the installation of impact-protective bollards.

Embedded/New Concrete

Impact-protective footings are deep and loaded; these can be done while pouring a concrete piece. New concrete likewise is needed to install the receptacle for retracting places, the embedded footing for some removable bollards,

Embedding is common for:
  • Martello bollards
  • Concrete bollards
  • Versatile bollards
  • Retracting bollards
  • Detachable bollards with chain or cover
  • Costs mount for detachable bollards
  • Ornamental caps
Anchor Casting in New Concrete

A support spreading is an embedded receptacle that supplies the bolt end for a threaded pole. After it is mounted in newly-poured concrete, the bollard can be put over the leading and safeguarded by tightening the pole right into the spreading.

Anchor spreading are readily available for:
  • Lights bollards
  • Attractive bollards
  • Detachable bollards
Concrete Forms (with or without Support Spreading).

Concrete types allow you to develop a localized concrete insert for standalone bollards: for example, in a field or along a gravel path. Like core-and-pour in existing concrete, yet calling for a bit even more work to assess the substrate.

Concrete kinds are available for:
  • Adaptable bollards.
  • Attractive bollards.
  • Pipe bollards.

When mounting decorative bollards that do not require to be crash-protective, threaded rod mounting systems permit inexpensive, very easy setup. These rods can be threaded into support castings, glue, or concrete forms. Ease of setup aids in reduced total cost, while the solid facility pole helps preserve the bollard’s stability and look.