Securing and Monitoring Your Business
As a business owner, you have a responsibility to protect your employees, your customers, and your investment all at the same time. This is a lot of pressure to take on, but it’s an unavoidable element of entrepreneurship. By preparing for the worst case scenario, you can greatly reduce your risks after a break-in. Listed below are some helpful tips for securing and monitoring your business.
Differences between Home and Business Security
To understand the true importance of business security and monitoring, you need to see how different it is from basic home security. With home security, all you have to worry about is your personal property and the members of your family – a finite group of people. At your business though, you need to worry about your inventory, your business equipment, your customer’s information or assets, your stored funds, your business records, your employee’s personal information, the security of neighboring businesses, and so much more. There is a lot more at stake with commercial security solutions, which is why you should invest in the right ones from the start.
Types of Business Security and Monitoring
There are a number of business security solutions to choose from, depending on the nature of the business and the location you work in. Some of the most popular options we offer at University Lock and Security include:
• Round-the-Clock Alarm Monitoring to Alert You When an Intrusion Occurs
• Business Alarm System That Triggers a Loud Noise When Someone Breaks in
• Surveillance Cameras to Keep Track of Anyone Entering or Leaving Your Property
• Advanced Locking Mechanisms to Prevent Easily Avoidable Break-ins
• Industrial Safes to Protect Your Money and Important Assets
• Security Lighting That Illuminates Your Property and Deters Criminals
• Strong Locks for All Points of Entry
If you want to learn more about these solutions and other ways to secure and monitor your business, contact ULS at 480-966-4505 to schedule a free consultation. We will come out to your business in person and figure out exactly what you need to stay safe.
Don’t Forget Your Insurance!
There is always a risk of burglary, theft, robbery, or vandalism at your business, even with the best security system on the market. To protect your property and your customers under these unfortunate circumstances, make sure you have a good insurance plan for your business. You may need a separate plan to protect the building you work in and the contents you keep inside, so work with a good agent to get the right policy for your needs. This will keep your costs low if disaster strikes.