Constructed with box-section steel frames and solid sheet steel, steel security doors are the preferred method that landlords, receivers and property or facilities managers choose to secure vacant buildings.
Built to withstand even the most determined attacks, these robust steel security doors that encase the entire door frame, prevent unwanted entry to squatters, vandals, arsonists or even opportunist metal thieves. However, as these steel security doors are fitted with high-security deadlocks they do enable authorised access to vacant or empty sites for marketing viewings, site visits or regular vacant property insurance inspections.
To prevent windows being the weak-spots, we recommend steel security screens made by securing solid steel sheets with tamper-proof security screws, which many people are surprised to learn cost more or less the same as the less effective plywood or sterling board secured by ordinary cross-head screws which some companies use. The problem with these, however, is that as anyone with a common screwdriver could confirm, these can be removed in minutes .
Another issue, often overlooked when using Ply or other wood materials as security screens, is that if you are unlucky enough to attract vandals that are also partial to a bit of arson – these can provide an instant fuel source!
So, if your property is worth protecting, isn’t it worth doing it properly using the most effective protection available – steel security doors and steel security screens on the windows?
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