While having a fence around your commercial location is often very important, what can be even more important is adding extra security features to your commercial fencing. This can help you up the level of protection that your fencing provides, thus helping your business to become even more secure. There are several different security features out there, but this article will focus on discussing three specific security features that make your commercial fencing more secure.
If one thing that you are trying to avoid is having intruders try to scale and climb over your fence, then you may want to consider installing a commercial fence made of wire mesh. This wire mesh is pulled tight between tall steel beams, and is almost impossible to climb. This is due to the fact that there is nowhere that the intruder can get a handhold on the mesh. Also because the wire mesh is made to be incredibly thick and strong, you don't have to worry about it being cut or otherwise damaged so that someone can break through it.
Mounted Video Surveillance System
No matter how strong or secure your commercial fencing may be, there is still the possibility that, with the right tools and/or skills, an intruder may be able to somehow get over it. Because of this, it is important to have a backup form of security to stop them if this does happen. This is where a mounted video surveillance system can help. The cameras will go all along the entire perimeter of the fence, thus allowing you to see if someone is trying to break in from any point on the fence. You can also include a monitoring system that will alert you if motion is detected on or around your fence.
High Security Swing Gate
No matter how secure your commercial fencing may be, there will always be a point of weakness where the gate, or gates, are located. However, there are still things that you can do to make your gates as secure as possible. Not only can you choose a high security gate that is made of the strongest materials possible, such as steel, but you can also have it hooked to an alarm system that will go off if the gate is opened improperly. The gate itself can also have a steel bolt or latch that is next to impossible to try and open without the proper key, code, etc.