Tip Tuesday: Quick Security System Checklist for Small Businesses

Katelyn SmrecanskySecurity Resources

As a small business owner, you worry about how to best protect your business from vandalism and theft. If turning off the lights and locking the door don’t seem like enough, you’re right, these steps are simply not enough to protect your business. By taking a few extra precautions, you can make your business a less attractive target for would-be criminals. To help. we’ve put together a quick checklist that will help you identify ways to make your business more secure.

Tip Tuesday: Quick Security System Checklist for Small Businesses According to the 2015 FBI Uniform Crime Report, almost 400,000 businesses were victims of burglaries. On average, these businesses suffered a loss of $2300 in property and damages. For many small businesses, whether the losses are covered by their insurance company or not, the time and cost to get back up and running can be devastating. No matter the size of your business, a monitored small business security system is a smart investment. With a monitored system, you can rest easy knowing that someone is looking out for your business day and night. Monitored alarm systems for small businesses eliminate false alarms and are proven to increase the number of criminals caught and arrested.

If you have questions or would like to learn more about access control and setting up a security camera system for small businesses, contact us today. At Secure Pacific, our team of experts has been helping protect small businesses throughout Washington, Oregon, and Idaho for the last 40 years and we look forward to helping you.