Concrete Bumpers Vs. Rubber Bumpers


It is not uncommon to hear the experience of people who are driving in a parking lot have tripped over a concrete stop, causing a significant scratch on their vehicle. It is also not uncommon to hear stories of parking owners that justify the absence of stops in them because of these, being concrete, have become dusty over time. To provide a better service to customers, we must make smart and practical investments, for example, acquiring plastic speed bumps. In this article, we shall review the importance of using rubber bumpers on the road rather than using concrete bumpers. Read on if you want to learn more.

Importance Of Parking Stops

Bumpers are an essential tool to demarcate specific areas in a parking lot. For example, to delimit areas of where to park vehicles correctly. It is also used to regulate the speed of vehicle traffic within these spaces in areas such as hallways, thus avoiding possible accidents.

Advantages Of Rubber Parking Bumpers

Let’s see how plastic bumpers offer a variety of benefits over traditional concrete:


  1. They will not crumble over time.
  2. Resist environmental changes: rains, high temperatures, humidity.
  3. Vehicles, when trying to park, do not run the risk of being dented by rubbing with a plastic stop.
  4. In low-light places or at night, this type of stop remains visible to users.
  5. Maintenance costs are saved, which is not the case with other materials.
  6. Due to its material composition facilitates its transfer from one site to another if required.
  7. It is not necessary to hire companies or individuals to place them.

In short, using rubber speed humps  means lowering the cost and, also, a notable improvement in the service provided to different users. But, above all, they have a more presentable appearance than their cement equivalent.