If your commercial property is currently standing empty, it is at risk from all manner of intruders, including thieves, trespassers, squatters, arsonists, and vandals. Since word of vacant properties soon gets out, it is essential that you put the appropriate security solution in place to deter such people.
Marpol Security creates just such a solution for businesses throughout Wales. We put together tailored security packages for our clients in Gwent, South Glamorgan, Mid Glamorgan, West Glamorgan, Dyfed, Powys, Gwynedd, and Clwyd, designed to keep vacant and void properties secure.
As Wales’s leading provider of vacant property security solutions, we have much to offer companies in the country. Here are some of the services we provide:
If your property is likely to remain vacant long-term, a sensible precaution is to seal up likely points of entry. This includes fitting roller shutters to doors and windows, as well as heavy-duty padlocks. We can also lay concrete barriers across any unsecured entrances to the grounds, to prevent access by vehicles.
If your premises are vacant there is likely a clause in your insurance policy insisting on regular inspections by trained professionals. This is precisely what we offer. Our mobile patrol teams perform regular checks, as often as you need us to. These involve making sure all doors and windows are locked and that there is no sign of attempted entry or other damage.
With one of our CCTV surveillance packages, we can keep a watchful eye on your vacant properties 24 hours a day. All footage is streamed direct to our remote monitoring unit. Should they notice any suspect behaviour, they can have our nearest mobile patrol on-site within minutes.
Mobile patrols form the core of any security package we set up in Wales. Comprised of fully-trained and licensed security professionals, the teams perform several tasks for our clients during their shift. Key among them is that they act as a rapid-response team. Contactable by our CCTV team, the local police, or your alarm company, they are often first on the scene following an incident.