Get Where You’re Going with HDPE Plastic Lumber
Mile markers are found on interstates and highways and serve many purposes including communicating the location and providing directions. Mile markers can be located as often as every 1/10 of a mile, making it necessary that these projects are long-lasting, well-maintained, durable and easily visible in all types of weather conditions.
Benefits of HDPE Plastic Lumber
Structural recycled plastic lumber is a great building material for mile markers because it does not rot, mold, decay or breakdown when exposed to outdoor elements like rain, snow, extreme heat, cold and wind. With plastic lumber, the material’s color is manufactured throughout the entire product, so even with bright colored signs, the material won’t need to be painted or stained. It is also a structural product, so it’s sturdy enough to withstand bumps and scrapes from vehicular traffic.
Why Traditional Building Materials Fall Short
Traditionally constructed using wood or metal, mile markers are abundant and can be quite a bother to replace and repair. Wooden timbers can easily break, crack and rot with continuous exposure to outdoor elements. Metal can corrode, rust and break down over time, and can easily bend or break if hit by a car or other type of vehicle.
Our Products are a Solution, Not a Band-Aid
Our products can withstand year round weather conditions. They can endure the harshest of environments including rain, snow, extreme heat and extreme cold.
Due to our manufacturing process, the color is engineered throughout the entire process so you will never have to worry about painting, staining or sealing our products.
Our products simply don’t need to be chemically-treated like wood does. Our product will never rot, splinter or degrade over time like wood can.
Impervious to Moisture
You can be confident in Bedford products because they can withstand high levels of moisture and are resistant to marine borers and crustaceans.
Make Your Mark on Highways and Roads with Bedford Technology!
Contact us today to get all of your questions answered, and get you one step closer to your next project!