- Category: Services & Compliance
- Published: Tuesday, 03 May 2016 07:12
Having a correctly-working barrier at the entrance to a site can provide huge advantages you may not fully appreciate until it’s not there or it’s broken. This is probably more relevant to business premises; industrial estates, office parks, or maybe retail premises, but barriers can of course be for residential properties as well, whether your own private residence or a shared development with, say, a communal carpark.
They are misunderstood on several levels, whether on the broad-brush costs and involvement to install and operate, or practical details like access fobs and security measures. You need to take a step back and think about more practical common-sense issues, without getting bogged down with the techie talk on, for example...Write comment (0 Comments)