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There has been a significant increase in vehicle thefts, with cars targeted and stolen from private driveways every day. The SPARTACUS automatic bollard is the ideal solution, installed at the front of a garage or positioned at the main entrance to a driveway, it will act as a huge deterrent, providing security and peace of mind for homeowners.
Please note: your privacy is important, we will not share, sell or pass on any of your details to any third party outside of our registered network, unless required to by law.
When you find a professional installer from our extensive list, you can rest assured there’s a global brand name behind them: Benincà. Our network of professional installers serve the whole of the UK, delivering the best before and after-sales service available. You are in safe hands, with years of industry experience and product knowledge, they are all highly skilled to produce quality bollard installations.
Complete the quick and simple enquiry from above.
A professional installer will then make contact to discuss your requirements.
Receive a free, no obligation quotation, bespoke to your requirements.
We surveyed our network of professional installers and here is an average installation cost for a bollard system, including labour and installation.
1 bollard = £0000
2 bollard system = £0000
*Please note the above are guide prices.
If you are considering installing a bollard, you must first of all check your ground is suitable. Bollards require very deep foundations and adequate drainage to function sufficiently. Unfortunately, if you are located in an area with high groundwater levels, bollards will not be an appropriate choice for your site. You can search for groundwater level information online, or if you are unsure, one of our recommended installers would be able to advise.
Usually, a single bollard installation is completed in around a one-week timeframe. As a guide, this covers a day for the site preparation and groundwork, a day for the concrete to be mixed and poured, 48 hours for the concrete to set, and the final day to cover electrics and hand-over.