When it comes to your real estate properties, shouldn’t have to worry about break-ins, but the fact of the matter is that they can happen. Fortunately, there are actions you can take to lower the risk of a burglar paying your property a visit.
If you’ve been in the self-storage game for more than a year, you probably remember the special on Good Morning America, during which they shared a video clip of a few crooks pulling up to a storage unit in a white van, cutting through the lock within seconds, and getting away with a load of someone else’s possessions. Whether you’re seeking protection for your self-storage facility or your personal unit, we’ve got the tips and the expertise required to cover your assets.
As the owner of an auto dealership, you have a lot to think about. One of the biggest concerns you have, aside from sales, is security. Car-related crimes, including theft and vandalism, are common throughout the nation. Car dealerships are especially tempting for criminals with new and in-demand models sitting right there in the open. So what do you do if your dealership is broken into?
Car dealerships are difficult to protect. Your inventory performs best if it’s both easily accessible and visible to the public. The problem is, doing this makes the vehicles easier for everyone to shop for new cars—even thieves. What’s more, car lots are not usually what military tacticians would call “defensible positions”: they tend to have an abundance of large windows, open floor plans, and multiple points of access.
Choosing a security system provider isn’t always easy. There are quite a few options, and not all of them necessarily offer the services you need. Even when they do, price and customer experience may make them a poor choice. The key is comparing your available choices on the points below.
Deciding whether or not to buy a security system can be difficult. Security systems represent a significant investment, one protecting you from misfortunes that may or may not come your way. Sure, you can usually save on insurance, but those discounts may not be enough to give you the ROI you’re looking for.
Around tax time, everyone is looking to find some extra deductions. Some things that are deductible are only deductible under certain circumstances, though, and you need to be careful about when you try to add them to the paperwork. A good example of this is security systems.