Nov 15, 2018 in Perimeter Fencing & Control
6 Ways To Make Your Business More Secure

As a business owner, you’ve worked hard and invested both time and money to get that enterprise to where it is now.  Through good times and bad you’ve built it up on your own sweat and tears. We understand how much it means to you.  We also understand why you’re so anxious to protect it against both internal and external threats. Its normal to crave that peace of mind 24/7 that only comes with excellent business security.

Excellent Fencing

Top notch security starts at the fence: preventing intruders from setting foot on the property is defense strategy #1.  Securemax 338/358 mesh fencing is right up there on the cutting edge when it comes to a tough fence. Its unique anti-climb, anti-penetrative profile makes it perfect for situations where safety really matters.  Securemax 338/335 has been used in a wide range of situations across the country and abroad. From prison fencing to bridge and walkway barriers, proving itself to be second to none every time!

Electronic Fencing

An excellent fence is the first step to building your total security system.  Electronic fencing systems can be fitted to your fencing structure taking the level of protection up several notches. Sabra Fence is a unique perimeter detection system which identifies intrusion attempts using highly powerful movement sensors.  The system is so advanced that it can differentiate between genuine intrusion and environmental interference.  Sabra Fence can be retrofitted to your existing fencing structure or supplied as part of a total security package.

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Fence Toppers

Sometimes an extra physical barrier on top of the existing fencing structure is beneficial.  As the name suggests, Razar Tape provides a formidable barrier to any would-be intruders or escapees. Therefore, making entrance or exit via the fence a risky and painful experience.


Controlled gates are vital to maintaining security for your business.  Of course, monitoring who enters and exits via the main entrance is very important. However, controlled internal gates can also be used to prevent staff or unauthorized personnel entering specific areas of the property once they are inside the boundary.


A well-lit property is less inviting for nighttime invasion than one that’s dark and dingy.  Installing security lighting around your premises and removing visual barriers such as dense hedges is an important aspect of security.

Coded entry

Access to specific areas of the property via swipe cards, pin numbers, coded entry or biometric security systems is another good way of recording and controlling who goes where 24/7. This is particularly important if yours is a business that runs several shifts per day. It’s not physically possible for you to be on site all the time, and records such as these will be invaluable evidence in the event of trouble.

At Australian Security Fencing, we love providing Aussie businesses with systems that really work. Your safety is our first priority, and your peace of mind is important to us.  For more security solutions, contact us today on 1800 666 927.