The range of security grilles offered by HAG can provide businesses and home owners with security options that meet with location and aesthetic requirements needed to protect a premises from potential criminal activity.
Security grilles provide physical security when shut (such as at night) with inconspicuousness when retracted (such as during the day).
Protecting a commercial property is important to you and your business as well as your insurer. Commercial security grilles play a key part in this protection along with window and door locks, alarms and CCTV and of course the human factor that they are all used correctly.
When you need a simple lightweight barrier to prevent casual access, but don't require the strength or the expense of a security shutter, what do you install?
Security grilles can be used in a wide range of applications including: shop fronts, car parks, warehouses, loading bays, room partitions and security gates.
Because upgrading your security to take advantage of the latest security grilles and shutters can involve a level of visual modification to your property, it's common for business owners to ask whether or not they should take out planning permission before getting a security grille installed.
You care about the security of your premises, so you want a security grille installed. But you also care about the appearance of your business. How can you strike the right balance?