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Protecting high-end businesses with high-end security

Protecting high-end businesses with high-end security

30th October 2018

High-end businesses that deal with elite clientele require truly exceptional security systems. If you run a business that caters to the wealthiest people in society, you know how valuable your corporate assets are and how important it is to protect them. Whether you sell custom-made physical products or offer top-quality services, your customer-facing premises are likely to be lavishly-furnished and contain a wide range of high-value items. In today’s blog, we’d like to share some tips for developing a security system that can protect your top-of-the-line business.

1. Discretion is key

Don’t make your security measures too obvious. Choose discreet CCTV cameras and fencing or mesh cladding that blends into your structure as seamlessly as possible. Truly high-end businesses are often discreet and understated, so there’s no need to advertise the presence of valuable items with excessively obvious security measures.

2. Limit your access points

Mid-range businesses often have large numbers of customers and employees, meaning that they need multiple access points. Limiting the number of entries and exits isn’t an option for these businesses. However, high-end businesses like yours have a more select clientele and may offer a personal touch with fewer staff members. As such, it makes sense to block access to as many entries and exits as possible, thereby limiting the number of ways criminals can access the premises. You can use fencing or restrict access to doors you don’t want to seal or remove. Just remember to leave fire exits unobstructed.

3. Lock your most valuable items away overnight

Whether the most valuable items on your premises are products or simply pieces of decor, it’s a good idea to store them in a safe overnight. If any criminals make it past your perimeter, this will prevent them from taking the items that are worth most to your business. If your most valuable items are too large for conventional safes, we suggest using mesh storage cages.

Every type of business should use security fencing, CCTV cameras and alarms. High-end businesses can also follow the tips we’ve provided in today’s blog to meet their unique security requirements. Here at Zaun, we can provide everything you need to protect your premises and the valuables inside, so browse our products today.