Have you ever wondered about apartment security in your building? Maybe you have an apartment complex, and with the rise in crime everywhere have started wondering if you should provide more security for your tenants.
Truth be known, apartment complex owners face significant risk from lawsuits and liability claims if things go wrong. Most lawsuits have to do with tenant and visitor injuries sustained in common areas like stairwells from slips, trips and falls. However, more and more complex owners are adding apartment security to protect their tenants and building, but also to lower the cost of commercial insurance coverage.
Apartment Security in an Apartment Complex
Many people consider they are safer living in an apartment than in a house in the suburbs primarily because you have neighbors in the same building who can keep an eye on your stuff. However, have you ever considered it might not be that safe having a lot of people living in the same building keeping an eye on your stuff?
Every one of your neighbors knows your schedule and your habits. They probably know what time you go to work and come home as well as you do, maybe better if they are keeping track of your comings and goings as part of a planned housebreak.
Everyone should feel safe in their home no matter the location. Roving guards in the hallways or entrance points, CCTV in parking areas and communal areas and monitored surveillance systems are all safeguards that can be deployed to increase apartment security in your building.
Western Eagle Security – The Apartment Security Professionals
When you’re considering how to ramp up apartment security in your apartment complex, look no further than Western Eagle Security right here in Houston. We will do a free appraisal and give you a detailed analysis of what we see as your apartment building’s weaknesses. How much or how little you decide to employ is up to you.
Call Western Eagle Security, (281) 496-6800 for your free appraisal.
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