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It would be a great thing if commercial premises security wasn’t required, however, the facts of life are that we do need to secure our commercial premises in different ways. So how can we combine these two desires?

Commercial property owners require their property to be as secure as possible. Although this statement is obvious many commercial owners have often overlooked important aspects of their security design.

HAG were recently contracted to install shutters at the renowned Wales Millennium Centre. The Centre in Cardiff Bay is an artistic hub home to eight art organisations and regularly hosts a range of theatre events, including opera, musicals and ballets.

Whether developing a new carpark, or looking to improve the security of your existing premises, it is essential that you consider how you’ll obtain a high level of security. Carparks with low levels of security will face a number of issues, including a rise in criminal activity and a reduction in use, which can be incredibly problematic for commercial enterprises.

HAG were recently tasked with the unusual job of helping secure a converted World War II bunker. The bunker, which was left derelict after being used as a decoy during the Second World War, has been restored and will be used as a holiday home once finished.

Ensuring your newly built retail development is secure is vital to avoid security compromises and criminal activity.

Whether an office open to the public or a secure hold for emergency vehicles, council premises need to be kept secure at all times.

Warehouses are often targets for criminals as their contents can be highly valuable. A break in that results in stolen stock or machinery can have an effect on everyday trading.

Throughout the working day, and when your premises are not in use, it is important to make sure that the property and its contents are safe and secure from break-ins and criminal behaviour.

HAG regularly provides companies in the UK and abroad with quality roller shutter doors that are modified to suit the business’s particular needs.

The Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA), a government organisation, were in need of new industrial roller shutters for their new MOT Testing Centre in Yate. This centre, operated by Malvern Tyres, is one of 185 UK sites used by VOSA; the company wanted to make a conscious effort to reduce noise pollution created by the centre as it is based in the middle of a residential area.

HAG is pleased that its products have been used in a major refurbishment of the The Royal Albert Hall’s South entrance.

HAG is pleased that its products have been used in a major refurbishment of the The Royal Albert Hall’s South entrance.

Would you believe one of the most unusual steel roller shutter orders we’ve undertaken to date was to protect working scale models of ocean-going oil tankers?

One of the most prestigious new buildings in the West End of London will be benefiting from industrial doors supplied by HAG in Bristol.

An out-of-town branch of John Lewis in south London is benefitting from the enhanced protection of a HAG steel roller shutter, after vandals had targeted its large display window.

As well as the frequent assignments to install new security shutters, grilles and industrial doors, there is another important role carried out by our multi-skilled engineers: the never-ending task of security shutter maintenance.

Costa Coffee in Bristol has certainly been in the news. The national coffee-shop chain, owned by Whitbread, has been expanding its presence in the city, with one local franchise expanding to 4 outlets.

Plain steel roller shutters are a great help to your security. But let's be honest, they don't do a lot for your looks.

When a large crowd is expected for an event in your city, do you look forward to making the most of a retail opportunity and hope to do good business while they're around?

A worrying trend in the world of property theft is the rise of organised gangs out to steal IT equipment from commercial and public premises. How can you protect your business or organisation from the attention of determined technology thieves?

A worrying trend in the world of property theft is the rise of organised gangs out to steal IT equipment from commercial and public premises. How can you protect your business or organisation from the attention of determined technology thieves?

One of the common questions asked about security shutters is whether it is better to opt for a heavyweight, high security metal shutter or whether a lightweight shutter offers performance and cost advantages without a significant sacrifice in security rating.

With insurance premiums seemingly forever on the increase, business owners and tenants of commercial buildings are naturally keen to ensure their premises are protected at all times. Amongst the popular ways to achieve this is by installing a physical barrier such as a steel roller shutter.

It's hard to stop the most determined criminals from ransacking or burgling a commercial premises, although the right combination of deterrents – such as alarms, security shutters and CCTV – can play a big part in ensuring you're not the target.

Businesses are becoming more and more concerned about protecting their physical property. Not only from criminals intent on theft, but also from the kind of needless and costly damage caused by vandals.

When you first think of roller shutters for commercial buildings, what do you picture?

A vision of grey, galvanised steel sections from ground to ceiling level? That would be a common reaction. And from shop fronts to loading bays all over the country, many roller shutters are of this straightforward kind.

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