As a business owner, one of the most important things you want to keep track of, is who comes and goes from your property. Of course, you can’t be everywhere at once keeping an eye on what’s happening. So you need to have that peace of mind that your business premises is secure and access in and out of the property is controlled.
A gated commercial security fence can provide your business with the access control you need. So, let’s start at the front gate.
The presence of a closed gate is often enough to deter the would-be burglar or vandal. This is extremely important if your business carries high levels of valuable stock on the floor or items that would make particularly inviting targets for theft.
In reverse, the same applies to situations where it is necessary to ensure that personnel within the premises do not exit it without staff knowledge, e.g. a childcare centre.
Types of Commercial Secutiy Fences Available?
Security gates range from simple to very complex and everything in between! Gates can be fitted with electronic devices to allow only authorised personnel to enter. Additionally remote access systems which can be controlled from an office in another part of the premises. This means that a staff member in an office can control who comes and goes from the property without anyone having to be there to physically open and shut the gate.
- The use of key card identification systems or biometrics at access points is especially useful in the situation where a business has staff working shifts around the clock. It allows the employees access to and from the workplace while maintaining the high security your business needs.
- Your business can even be fitted with security systems that can be controlled via external log-in. This means that you can open and close the gates of your premises to allow access for people such as delivery drivers, from the comfort of your recliner at home! Now that’s what you call security with ease!
- Within the business premises, security fences with gates can be used to control access to hazardous areas such as workshops, chemical storage or dams. It is your responsibility as a business owner to ensure that your premises are as safe as possible for both staff and the general public on the property, so providing limited access to dangerous areas is only common sense.
- The use of a gated commercial security fence could potentially save a major accident by controlling traffic entering and exiting your property. For example, a vehicle exiting a property with a controlled security gate has to slow down and cannot enter directly onto a roadway at high speed. The same applies if you wish to control the speed of traffic entering your property.
Why not call us today?
We all crave that peace of mind that our property is secure and access is controlled. So, stop dreaming about it and make it happen! Australian Security Fencing has your business needs covered. Our highly trained staff understand what your property needs, so why not get the ball rolling today by calling 02 4577 9633 for a chat with one of our friendly consultants.