There's a whole host of reasons a business may need a uniform security guard. The unarmed security industry focuses on long term, dedicated officers assigned to the property. The guard is tasked with regular Detex tours to check the property and discourage trespassers.
However, Suburban knows your business doesn't need the omnipresence of the typical security service. Here are three reasons why your company may need a security guard on a short term basis:
1. A dissatisfied customer, or disgruntled former employee voiced vengeance on you! I realize this is a tad overdramatic, but it's never comfortable to have another person put a hex on your soul. Thus, you’d feel much better if an uniformed security guard was nearby to watch out for the crazies!
2. Thieves storming the castle! The castle, of course being your business. If retail is your game, you may want to leave some bulk merchandise outside to tickle the customer buying bone. But this marketing technique may also tickle the common thief "stealing bone!" A uniformed guard would offer you peace of mind as you put your feet up and become swallowed by your couch.
3. Tenants and guests seem to get restless when the cat's away. If you’re in the hospitality business, you know when the sun goes down, the alcohol comes out and your staff is no match for a substance fueled disobedience! Give your staff the comfort of having a uniformed professional investigate the bumps in the night (or the after hours swimmers in the pool).
If you’re in the Neponset River, Massachusetts area and need a short-term security solution, Suburban has you covered! If you only need a uniformed security guard for an overnight assignment or a weekend watch click the button below for a free quote. What’s more, there’s no long-term commitment!
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This Blog is written by Suburban's security experts, with contributions from industry experts. Nothing in these posts should be considered binding between the reader and Suburban's security team nor should it be considered legal advice. Just fun tips to help "Protect Your Most Valuable asset".