A Chain-Link Fence Alone Will Not Protect your Business from Theft
Chain-link fences are a go-to for commercial properties across the United States. Business owners use them to define property lines and provide a barrier. When combined with a padlocked gate, many believe this is enough protection from theft and vandalism. It’s not.
A chain-link fence alone does not deter criminals from breaking into your property and stealing your equipment, goods, or valued assets. Why? Because a chain-link fence is not security.
In 2019 in the U.S., criminals committed 340,847 burglaries at commercial businesses, for an average of 933 burglaries per day. Falling victim to chain-link fence complacency is easy.
In this blog, we review the six pitfalls of relying solely on a chain-link fence to prevent theft and vandalism on your commercial property. By the time you’re finished reading, 6.4 commercial properties will have been burglarized.