Preventing vandalism at your business.
Vandalism can affect businesses in many ways, ranging from petty theft to the complete and utter destruction of a company’s product supply or premises. For most business owners, vandalism can be a huge financial hit to the usual running of the business. No matter what the scale of the act of vandalism, it is something we should all take precautions against to ensure we’re not the next victim. All too often, business owners sweep vandalism prevention under the rug. Here are some easy, simple, and affordable ways to protect your business’s property.
- Use Appropriate Lighting
There is no bigger deterrent to potential vandals than lighting. Of course, vandals would much rather commit crimes where and when the lighting won’t give them away to passers-by. Most acts of vandalism occur during the night and when a building or property is not lit up by lights. Security lights, motion sensors, and interior lights left on overnight will help to deter crime.
- Lock It Up
When you’re closing your business’ premises for the day, it is vital that you ensure you’ve got the place locked down tight. Vandals will always look for premises that are left open and are unsecured, whether it’s a gated entrance or a back door. Locking up your business for the night doesn’t just include locking up the building itself, but also putting away any sign of activity that would’ve been otherwise present outside of your location. This means storing outdoor furniture away and bringing plant pots indoors.
- Protect Your Biggest Asset
Even with all of your precautions in place, a solid commercial property insurance policy that can cover you against all of the potential threats hovering around is key to securing financial safety. Without an insurance policy, one vandalism occurrence can hit a company hard. Insurance can help you to recover your losses against the unexpected.
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