A physical barricade is always a great perimeter defense. Thorny bushes and high metal fences will help reduce the number of people who will try to breach a perimeter. However, not all homeowners and business owners are willing to sacrifice visibility for the sake of security. In fact, some homes and businesses gain significant value because of unobstructed views. National Monitoring Center can help you create a slate of options for anyone who wants a secure perimeter without the interference that comes with high walls and tall trees.
Seaside and lakeside buildings have always struggled with In some states, all beaches are public land and no one can block or restrict access to the waterfront face of the building. Of course, this kind of perimeter issue means that the home is exposed to anyone approaching the home from the waterfront.
For many businesses, visibility is key in successfully attracting customers. Without an open view, the business might suffer from low foot traffic or difficult navigation. Having a large, visible location is often the draw for some specific businesses and blocking that view for the sake of security means a reduction in revenue.
While you and your sales team might be very comfortable with the features that come with invisible security options, many potential clients might not understand how advanced these systems are today. NMC can offer you the talking points you need to address invisible perimeter concerns such as reliability, cost, and false alarms.
For businesses that display expensive items such as electronics, there is nearly no time to prevent theft once the physical location has been breached. So perimeter breach detection is the key to a successful security system.
Criminals today aren’t deterred by motion sensor lights and alarms — too often those features aren’t connected to any comprehensive system. Only an extensive, invisible perimeter fence is sufficient to have an impact on the likelihood of a breach while preserving the open space feel desired by the client.