Is it time you boosted your security in time for Christmas? The anticipation of seeing a loved one’s reaction to a gift gets closer. This is as well as the relief of when getting that one special gift you were hoping for (and not the 7th pair of cheap socks). However, when your house is filled to the brim with the latest gadgets and that one particular game console for your nagging child, as well as your business being used considerably less around this time, creates the perfect incentive for unwanted guests to come visiting. Only these visitors won’t be coming down the chimney. Continue reading “Security at Christmas”
Did you know?
Unoccupied properties are not protected against squatters by the law.
3000 Property Services can provide an on-site patrol service that will act as a visible deterrent against threats to the vacant property.
Included possible threats to an empty property are:
A fire risk assessment consists of 4 key components. In this blog, we’ll take an in-depth look into these 4 factors of the assessment and you can even begin to start your own fire risk assessment!
Key holding and alarm response are important for property protection, but what are they?
A key holding and alarm response service offers you the ability to pass the responsibility of security breaches on your property into the hands of a third party. This allows you to keep yourself protected, minimising the risk to yourself or your staff by having a security team search the premises, ensuring that security is kept to a high standard and that the alarm is turned off. Residential properties can benefit from this service also, as home are left unattended during long periods of time in family holidays for example. So, just why should you consider using a key holding and alarm response service? We have a number of reasons below:
Taking these security steps can lower your insurance premiums
High level security in your workplace or your home is what every wants and needs. You want to protect those you love and you want to make sure that all of your property is preserved. In most cases, your current security measures won’t have gone under review for a while, unless something has happened to your property that has forced you to change your efforts. Old routines are hard to break, so many will slip into their old ways when trying to enforce new security measures, whether that be at home or in the office. Security against break-ins, fireproofing and protecting valuables often becomes vulnerable due to the lack of care shown by many.