If you are an insolvency practitioner in or around the Warrington area, you will often find yourself responsible for void and vacant properties until they can be disposed of in an appropriate manner. Since each situation is unique, we offer tailored security solutions to meet the specific needs of our clients.
Here at Marpol Security, we have our own local security teams based around the UK, including several in Warrington. This means insolvency practitioners as far afield as Appleton, Birchwood, Culcheth, Great Sankey, Hatton, Lymm, Penketh, Stockton Heath, Woolston, and beyond can benefit from our services.
As Warrington’s leading provider of security solutions, we have much to offer insolvency practitioners across the town. Here are some of the services we provide:
Our first task in creating the perfect security solution for our insolvency practitioner clients is to take a close look at your existing arrangements. From here we can propose any improvements or changes that we consider necessary..
If your vacant property contains stock or equipment of value, it can become a tempting target for thieves and vandals. At Marpol Security we can arrange round-the-clock manned security guards to patrol your property and grounds, deterring would-be intruders.
Alternatively, if you void property is empty, we can look at a less hands-on approach, such as CCTV surveillance. We design and install both fixed and temporary CCTV systems in vacant buildings around Warrington. All of these are monitored 24 hours a day by our remote surveillance team.
An easy way to prevent theft or damage is to ensure your vacant property is fully locked and shuttered against unauthorised entry. We can fit metal shutters over your windows and doors, as well as concrete barriers to prevent trespassers on your grounds.
If your building’s insurance policy requires regular security checks and inspections in order to remain valid, we can help you there too. Our mobile units fulfil a variety of security roles including making sure your void properties are secure. This includes checking all windows and doors for signs of attempted entry, as well as looking for evidence of environmental damage.