Square Bollard - 2 Mixed Bands

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Maintenance-Free Bollards with Environmentally Friendly Manticore Lumber

Maintenance-Free Bollards with Environmentally Friendly Manticore Lumber

Upgrade your outdoor space with our maintenance-free bollards made from environmentally friendly Manticore Lumber. Our bollards are not only practical but also stylish, adding a touch of elegance to any environment.

Manticore Lumber is manufactured in the UK using 100% recycled plastics, making it a sustainable and eco-friendly choice. Plus, it comes with a 10-year limited warranty, giving you peace of mind.

Product Features

  • Red & white banded option
  • 140mm profile - 1.44m bollard height
  • Chamfered top in black or brown lumber
  • Double reflective bands - 3 colour options
  • Made from 100% recycled plastic and fully recyclable

Why Choose Recycled Plastic Lumber?

Our recycled plastic lumber products are exceedingly durable, anti-rot, and maintenance-free. Unlike traditional timber, plastic lumber lasts far longer, does not split or splinter, and does not require frequent treatment such as sanding, staining, and sealing. This results in considerable lifetime cost savings by reducing maintenance and replacement budgets.

Plastic lumber is also incredibly versatile, being suitable for far more environments than wood. It can even be built directly into the ground due to its waterproof nature. This makes it the ideal material for areas subject to flooding or standing water.

More About Manticore Lumber

Manticore plastic wood is manufactured using 100% recycled plastic sourced in the UK. It endures the elements, is easy to work with, heavy-duty, and rot-resistant, lasting for years to come with no maintenance necessary. All electricity used in raw material processing and manufacturing of Manticore Lumber is from 100% renewable wind energy, making it a sustainable manufacturing choice. Manticore lumber comes with a 10-year limited residential warranty against breakage,

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