Insolvency practitioners across Wales make good use of our various services for securing vacant and void properties for which they are now responsible. We create and provide hand-tailored security packages to meet your specific needs.
With local staff stationed throughout the country, Marpol Security can assist you wherever you are based in Wales. This includes clients in Gwent, South Glamorgan, Mid Glamorgan, West Glamorgan, Dyfed, Powys, Gwynedd, and Clwyd
As Wales’s leading provider of security solutions, we have much to offer insolvency practitioners in the country. Here are some of the services we provide:
Prior to arranging a security package that covers all your void properties, we first take a look at any existing measures you might have in place. From here we can determine which areas need improvement and put together the ideal security solution for you..
Some void properties still contain valuable equipment and stock that may be targeted by thieves or vandals. We can provide you with the very best in on-site security. Our teams are available on a rolling 24-hour basis, working in shifts to provide round-the-clock cover. All our security guards are SIA-licensed for your added peace of mind..
If the void property in question is a building, you may prefer a less hands-on approach to security. We can install fixed or temporary CCTV surveillance systems in any vacant properties. The feed is watched on a 24/7 basis by our remote monitoring unit, who will immediately alert our mobile patrol units should they spot any unusual activity.
One of our main recommendations for any void property is to change the locks on all windows and doors, in case the previous owner or tenant has retained the keys. We can also fit roller shutters and padlocks for added security.
Many insurers insist upon regular inspections should a property become void, to confirm that the building remains secure whilst standing vacant. Such inspections are one of the key roles undertaken by our mobile patrol units. They perform regular checks, as often as the policy requires, looking for both signs of attempted entry, as well as evidence of environmental damage such as flooding. Our team keeps detailed and accurate logs of their inspections that can be passed onto insurers in the event of a claim.