Archive for March, 2017

4 Front Entrance Security Flaws that Could Compromise Your Safety

Friday, March 31st, 2017
front entrance security flaws

You may have just installed shiny new turnstiles, but are there enough to keep a traffic jam from building up?

Front entrance security is the cornerstone of a great perimeter security plan, as it stops intruders from ever getting inside of your property. Here are four of the most common front entrance security flaws that could totally compromise your safety. (more…)

What to Know Before Purchasing a Turnstile

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

Make sure that you take the time to research turnstiles before making that important purchase!

One of the most effective parts of any perimeter security plan is the simple turnstile. Purchasing a turnstile can dramatically increase the efficacy of any existing security measures you have in place and add a little something extra to your business. Here are the things that you need to know before purchasing a turnstile. (more…)

Aluminum vs. Steel Security Gates: Which is Better?

Friday, March 17th, 2017
Steel Security Gates

Which is right for you: aluminum or steel security gates?

Choosing the right security gate is a crucial part of your perimeter security plan, whether you have a commercial or residential property. The two most popular materials for security gates are aluminum and steel. While both materials seem very similar, they have a lot of differences that can have an effect on how well they work for your perimeter security. (more…)

How To Design An Effective Security Fence To Protect Your School Campus

Thursday, March 9th, 2017
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Securing the perimeter of your school is easier than you may think!

As designed, fences are meant to secure borders around a perimeter. In fact, by creating borders, security fences are meant to halt access to secure facilities like schools. Here are a few easy solutions you can use to create safe and effective security fences for your school campus. (more…)

What is a Bollard?

Friday, March 3rd, 2017

Bollards are a great way to keep larger vehicles from accessing a space while still keeping the space open to pedestrians and smaller vehicles.

What rhymes with collard and protects your property from a large or a small herd? If you read the title you already know the answer—a bollard! Bollards are short and stout posts that work to guide traffic, stop vehicles from entering certain areas, and add to your perimeter security plan. (more…)