Tips For Securing Your Business Premises

Theft and vandalism are two of the biggest threats to businesses, so you need to ensure that you are protected. The majority of insurance companies will have far higher premiums for businesses that are inadequately protected, so installing the right security can also have a dramatic effect on cash flow.

To work out the most effective method of protection for your business, you should start by completing a security survey of your premises. Assess any weak points, such as windows, doorways or inadequate visibility and once you have identified where you need extra security you can start looking at which method is best for you.
Retractable grilles are an incredibly adaptable form of business security. They can be used to protect any kind of opening, such as windows or doors, yet fold away out of sight during business hours. Retractable grilles provide a strong deterrent to would-be intruders as they are made from incredibly durable materials that are practically impossible to penetrate.
Security shutters are another incredibly adaptable form of property protection. Also known as roller shutters, they can be designed to fit a wide range of different applications. Security shutters can be fire resistant, giving your business extra protection from the risk of arson, as well as providing essential protection against break-ins and theft.
Security shutters can also be painted in any design you like to further reinforce your business branding even when the building is closed. Just like security grilles, they can be easily rolled away when not in use and are a very unobtrusive way of protecting your premises.
Security Gates
Security Gates are an effective way to protect the outside space of your business. They are manufactured to the highest quality, making them practically impenetrable. There are a wide range of different designs available to protect different styles of property and they provide a strong visual and physical deterrent to any would-be burglars.
Security doors
An integral part of securing your business premises is choosing the right doors for the job. Security doors can be fitted in all parts of your building and internal doors can be just as important as those on the outside. Having the right kind of door will not only make your building difficult to gain access to, but it can provide additional protection against fire damage. There are plenty of different security doors available, so whether you need to secure your loading bay or your office there are always options to protect your business premises.
Sophie works alongside CRS Roller Shutters and has experience in ensuring business properties of all sizes are secured appropriately.