Businesses and homeowners are looking for extra ways to keep their property secure from the threat of theft and vandalism. It’s possible that you have heard about key holding, but don’t understand how it works. Our key holding service could be ideal if you are looking for peace of mind that your employees and premises are well protected.
Here are some things you need to know to determine if key-holding is for you:
What does key holding mean?
If your property’s alarm is triggered, our security guards will be the first people to respond. As key holders, we would have 24/7 access to the key of your business so we can react quickly to call out when the office is unoccupied. We should be the first point of contact and responsible for opening up and locking down the premises in the case of an emergency.
How quickly can we respond to a call out?
Our guards should be the quickest people to react, we can usually respond to alarm activations within minutes, providing you with an extremely efficient service.
What makes a trusted key holder?
We recognise that key holding is a position of responsibility as we are required to respond quickly. Keys to the premises are securely stored and locked in a local vault ready for our guards to use when required. We have over 20 years experience in the security industry, meaning that we understand the necessary procedures to undertake should we find an intruder breaking and entering your property.
Why use a key holding service?
A key holding service could end up saving you significant amounts of money in the long term, particularly if your business is left unoccupied for long periods of time and your employees feel nervous securing the premises, especially in the evening. By utilising our key holding service, this eliminates the need for attending the property or sending your employees, which could risk their safety and compromise your insurance cover.
For peace of mind that your property is secure, our key holding service is highly recommended. Contact WINNS Services to discuss your requirements today.