So I have some concrete bollards lining my driveway and some idiot
delivery man hit one backing out and it has broken. Is there an easier
way to remove/replace it than breaking it up?
On Aug 19, 1:21 pm, bobarchitect39_at_gmail_dot firstname.lastname@example.org
If the damage is minimal, you could try drilling some holes into the
cracks and inject some epoxy, then parge and paint.
As far as removing them, that depends on their size and whether/how
they are reinforced.
On Aug 19, 1:54 pm, email@example.com wrote:
those posts sticking up out of the ground to keep truck drivers (or
really inattentive four-wheelers) from running into more expensive
stuff or going where they're not supposed to be.
There were a bunch of related bollard car-destroying videos on
YouTube. I see those spike strips at parking garages to keep you from
entering the wrong (free) way. With those you'd just need some new
tires. With the pop up bollards you'd need a new car.
It's funny, but the people trying to run them _knew_ they were there -
you could tell from how they accelerated to try and get by them. I
guess someone will only do that once, eh?
Maybe at hospitals?
A wife went in Valley Hospital the other day, spent the night with
him. shot her husband and then herself. Shortly after 5 AM.
The big stink now is guns. Those things SCOTUS says I can have.
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