Securing your business premises is vital in order to protect the day to day running of your company. By taking adequate steps to protect high value electrical equipment and stock, you can help keep stock loss and theft to a minimum as unwanted intruders will not be able to gain access to the building.
For this reason our range of security shutters are suitable for any business premises and are perfect covering shop windows and entrances, reception and storage areas, canteens and serving hatches along with any other environment where a layer of physical security is required to protect the business assets.
Manufactured in a wide range of sizes, our large range of roller doors offer the perfect solution to protecting your business. For more information or to obtain a quote please call us on 0844 804 5577 and we will be pleased to offer assistance.
To further enhance security to your business, we have also detailed some further precautions below that you may want to take a look at.
Defensive Planting Schemes
Planting varieties of shrubs that have thorns and spikes is an effective means of restricting access to key areas around the business location. For example, if you want to restrict access to the back of the building then a thorny hedge will work wonders at stopping criminals trying to sneak through.
Keep secluded areas of the premises well lit during the hours of darkness to prevent anyone loitering around unnoticed.
Have an Opening and Closing Procedure
It is a good idea to have a checklist to work through to ensure all aspects of security are maintained when the premises are being opened and closed. This can include things such as a search of the building to ensure nobody is hiding inside, ensuring all external doors are closed and alarms are set etc.
High Security Perimeter Fencing
If your business premises have a large amount of stock or high value items, the addition of security fencing will restrict unauthorised personnel from gaining access within the bounds of the property. Please bear in mind that this is an expensive option and should be considered carefully prior to installing as other cheaper solutions such as those detailed above can prove just as effective.