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Your Questions Answered: Picking the right traffic control company

What should I look for when selecting a traffic control company?

  • Product delivery and/or pick-up services. Not having to worry about transport can make your project run more smoothly. It’s one less thing for you to worry about. 
  • Rental and purchase options. Having the option to rent or purchase products gives you more flexibility. For example, you may only need a portable traffic signal for 3 days. Your best option would be to rent it instead of purchasing a new one.
  • Lane closures and road flagging professionals. Keeping your team safe at work is important. The right traffic control company will offer full lane closure services with professionally trained flag persons.
  • And don’t forget to check their Google reviews. Customers of traffic control companies are your best resource. They will provide unfiltered opinions, good and bad. 

I want a custom traffic sign, where do I start?

The right traffic control company will help you design and produce a custom sign from scratch. Whether you need a warning sign for an upcoming construction project or want to order a custom sign as a gift, the design team should walk you through the process, step-by-step.

If my product or safety equipment breaks, can the traffic control company fix it for me?

The answer should always be YES. Qualified traffic control companies have traffic technicians that can repair everything from crash attenuators to simpler fixes like a broken traffic sign rental. They should work with you to get your purchase/ rental back in working order as soon as possible.

Where can I find more information about Alberta Traffic Supply and traffic control equipment?

With a wide range of roadside safety and traffic control products, for sale and rent, we can help you unlock the answers to all your traffic safety problems. For more information on traffic control and equipment supply, visit getbarricades.com.

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