Insecure premises are an open invitation to burglars, so every business should have at least one Guardex Security Guard to ensure that your site is secure after staff have left for the day.
When carrying out building security checks, Guardex Security Guards regularly find:
Doors that are left open or unlocked
Windows left wide open
Lights left on unnecessarily
Machinery left switched on and running
Heaters left on
Vehicles left unlocked with keys inside them
Suspicious people lurking about the premises
Aside from the building security aspects, Guardex Security Guards have found broken or leaking pipes and also smouldering ashes (for example caused by welding or other hot works) that are a serious fire risk. In these cases, the guard has been able to deal with the situation there and then, which has avoided costly damage to the buildings on site concerned.
Once your building is secure for the night, you have significantly reduced the likelihood that opportunist burglars will target your property by making it more difficult for them to get in. However, determined burglars may well still be interested in targeting you, so subsequent security patrol checks are important also.
After Guardex Security patrols have completed the first check of your building and can be sure that all is well, they can then perform further visits during the night (or during the daytime over the weekend) to provide a further deterrent.
Security patrol checks are an excellent deterrent to burglars, vandals and arsonists because patrolled premises mean that a security guard could turn up at any time unannounced.
Guardex security patrols regularly find suspicious vehicles and persons around client’s premises and are experienced in dealing with offenders caught in the act.
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