Keysec 24 is a North West based security company providing vacant property services including key holding, manned and mobile security patrols, and CCTV monitoring. We can tailor our services to accurately match your specific requirements, ensuring that your property remains secure and protected even if it is empty.
Vacant Property Risks
Vacant property is at risk of burglary and break-in. Burglars will notice that the property is empty, and they will see it as a convenient and easy target. The property is also at risk of criminal vandalism, unauthorised entry, and squatting. As well as ensuring that the perimeter and the entry points of the building are secure, you can utilise other empty property security services to protect your assets. Metal theft, squatting, fly tipping, and even building dilapidation are some of the concerns that can be met by using vacant property specialists.
A manned guard service provides you with permanent or semi-permanent guards for your property or location. Guards can check identification and ensure that any visitors have the appropriate permission to visit the site. The challenge approach to security will prevent a lot of attempts at unauthorised entry.
Key Holding Services
Keysec 24’s key holding services are another beneficial form of vacant property security. If anybody needs to gain entry to the property, our guards can check identification, verify that they need to get into the property, and they can open doors and turn off alarms. They will also reset the alarm, lock up, and check the perimeter after the visit. Alternatively, they can hand off the security to contractors or other authorised personnel.
Mobile patrols are a more cost effective means of vacant property security. Patrols are typically arranged for times that are considered greater risk, so you would normally have more patrols in the evening and night, but greater security is provided if you arrange for random patrols. Burglars and thieves are unable to predict exactly when the property will be empty, while the guards that visit can look for signs of illegal entry and report them to the emergency services.