If you run a business which has premises, you will want to do all you can to protect those premises. Whether you have a shop which sells products to the public, a salon which has expensive equipment that you want to protect, or a warehouse with expensive stock, you will want to make sure that you have the best security in place.
Push-up roller shutters come in different sizes and colours. They are ideal for the front of your premises and are constructed from cold rolled glavanised concave steel laths. Protecting the things behind the doors of your premises is vital. Especially in a tough economic climate where theft and criminal activity has risen.
During the riots in Brixton many properties without push-up roller shutters were vandalised. Those that had sturdy push-up roller shutters in place were able to protect the stores that graced the high streets of Brixton.
Push-up roller shutters are suitable for:
- Public buildings such as libraries or recreation centres
There are different types of push-up roller shutters. Some have small windows that resemble a brick work type effect. These are called brick-bond roller shutters. Others are powder coated glavanised steel roller shutters and some are essentially like plasma TV push-up roller shutters.
Getting the right push-up roller shutter for your premises is essential. They are made to measure and can be altered to suit your needs. A powder coat can be added to give a different finish, if required. This will usually cost extra but is ideal if you want it to blend into the background or to suit the colours of your business branding.
Push-up roller shutters can have coil casings or fascias added and fitted to specification. All-in-all it depends what you want from your push-up roller shutters. But if you have a business premise then our advice is to get them installed.
They are essential safety for your business, can help with your insurance and give your business the added protection that it needs. They are easy to use and to lock with the simple guide locks that are fitted as standard. There are also bottom rail locks that can be added at extra cost.
Push-up roller shutters are key to the safety and protection of your business.
About the author:
Tammy Jones writes for Industrial Door Engineering based in the North West of England.