If you have a physical business, it’s important to protect it. One time of year it can be especially important to shore up your security is around Christmas. Christmas is a time where a lot of businesses have special hours and are even closed more frequently. It’s also a time when vandalism and other malicious behavior may be more likely to occur. To help protect your business this season, here are three useful Christmas security tips:
Make Sure You Have a Well-Lit Building
Christmas season mischief usually starts at night, because most vandals prefer to operate under cover of darkness. A well-lit area means a greater likelihood you’ll be spotted, which is something criminals want to avoid. Even if you have lights on around your building at night, it’s a good idea to survey the grounds and make sure there are no “dark spots” where your lighting isn’t reaching.
Install Visible Security Cameras
Having security cameras are like having eyes on your facility at all times. It’s important for whoever installs your video cameras to make sure they’re clearly visible. Easy-to-see video cameras around your facility are a signal to criminals that your building is being watched and they should try elsewhere.
Have a Working Alarm System
Some criminals may feel they can avoid the lights and security cameras, but there’s no way to avoid a loud, persistent alarm. A good alarm is very likely to scare off intruders, especially those who are up to no good.
Intellicom Has the Security Solutions in N.C. That You Need
If your business is in RTP, N.C., or anywhere in Durham and surrounding areas in North Carolina, contact Intellicom. Intellicom is well-known among North Carolina businesses as one of the most trusted names in security and alarm companies in N.C. We offer state-of-the-art security solutions, including HD-quality IP surveillance video cameras with 24/7 monitoring, high-tech access control solutions, traditional alarms and more. If you haven’t taken steps to fully protect your business, now is the time. Contact IntellicomUSA to find out how we can provide custom security solutions for your North Carolina business today.