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Post Eviction Security & Clearance, Void Property Security

Our eviction services don’t end with the removal of trespassers. We also work to protect your sites in both the short and long term by making sure they’re safe from re-entry for at least two weeks after an eviction is complete, ensuring that any belongings left behind can be collected upon request soon afterwards via our collection service – all without damaging either property or reputation! If a writ of possession has been enforced, then it is important to secure the site and prevent reoccupation.

We have a team that’s dedicated to ensuring your safety and the public’s. They will clean up any area, secure it from further vandalism or criminal activity as well as make sure both of you are satisfied with their work before they leave!

Commercial & property service

Travellers are often removed from land under Common Law when they travel abroad. This is due to the fact that many countries have their own laws about who can enter, stay or possess property in an area – and without violating any international agreements with other nations it would be wrong for a visitor’s presence there to be considered illegal simply because he doesn’t follow local regulations

The traveller may not know all of these rules beforehand so his trip could turn into quite an adventure!

Post-eviction security planning

The Shergroup is prepared to take actions that will prevent re-occupation of your property, depending on the level and nature of risk. The group can advise you about what precautions are most appropriate for different types sites – from industrial properties all way down through car parks into open land!

Shergroup can provide a range of protection measures for your site in the meantime, including natural barriers like trees and berm. In addition, we offer temporary fencing to keep out would-be intruders until you’re ready!

Shergroup is an expert at removing unwanted visitors by preparing plans in advance so that these can be agreed upon and put into place as soon as the eviction or travelling trader removal has been completed.

Security pre and post-eviction

Environmental demonstrators are very likely to engage in extensive lock-on activities like setting up camp, digging tunnels and occupations. These demonstrations can be challenging for law enforcement because of the health risks they pose as well as a challenge from an environmental perspective since experts need permission before exercising these rights there could also potentially involve dangerous substances being burned which may not only affect those directly involved but people living nearby too!

There is no telling what they will do once the word gets out that you’re being evicted. They might come with more people and escalation their protest to take back whatever was taken from them!

When faced with a security risk, it is best to be prepared. We take the time necessary for comprehensive assessments and recommend measures before an eviction so that you can prevent any potential problems from happening in your organization or business settings today!

We advise our clients on how to prevent re-occupation, and we can provide you with a plan that is ready once the eviction process begins. We also offer security guards who work in tandem with K9 dogs – this provides an extra layer of protection for your property!

Why is cleanup important?

With the rising number of natural disasters, it is more important than ever to be aware and prepared. We’ve helped with clean-ups that have included dealing with these dangerous situations which could potentially be life-threatening so care must always prevail when working in this environment!

  • Biohazardous material
  • Exposed wires
  • Evidence of drug use
  • Booby traps
  • Infestations of fleas
  • Wasps nests
  • Dogs and other animals
  • Human and animal waste
  • Asbestos contamination

When dealing with contamination, it is important to consider the safety aspect of clean up as you’ll need to ensure that there are no hazardous materials around. You must take care when disposing of any such substances in order not only for your own well-being but also for those who will be working alongside you during this process and members of the public walking past at any time tomorrow morning!

Keep Your Property Secure

When people who have lived in a property decide to sell, they might feel attached. They may have made memories there and want the right for themselves or loved ones back so that they can enter with their own possessions- this is called “custody.”

When squatters and protesters try to hide inside your property, we’ll make sure that the building is empty before looking for them. We will also do thorough internal searches of our own so as not to miss any potential hiding spots!

You should always consider all angles and carry out a thorough risk assessment when planning any project. To help you with this, we recommend engaging professionals who can offer their expertise in the field of architecture to lead your designs forward effectively.

Void Property Security

Shergroup can provide a canine team to meet your business needs, whether it be for securing empty property or providing void-Property Security. We also work with event venues and protectors who want peace of mind knowing they have an excellent guardian at their disposal should anything happen while you’re away!

The general-purpose patrol dog/handler teams are a cost-effective resource that can provide greater flexibility than two uniformed security officers. These highly trained dogs have an excellent history of detection and protection, making them ideal for any facility looking to deter trespassers or protect their property from intrusion!

Security measures

We can recommend several different types of building security measures including:

  • Keeping your building occupied by tenants or property guardians can be an effective way to protect it from squatters, vandalism and general deterioration.
  • The first thing that you need to do is hire an experienced security guard for your property. He or she will be able not only to ensure safety but also help protect against break-ins by checking up on the place regularly with their CCTV systems and alarms!
  • High fences, window bars and barbed wire
  • Trenches, mounds or fixed metal posts filled with concrete
  • Utilizing natural landscapes such as water, trees and ditches in the case of securing land for security purposes is a great way to prevent access.
  • Alarm systems
  • Security screening
  • Concrete barriers

Fortunately, we have a team of experts who can provide manpower – for example, security guards with dogs-to guard the perimeter whilst more permanent measures are being put in place.

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