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When you choose Shergroup Security as your integrated security provider, you are choosing a company with heritage and integrity.

Every business big or small has to deal with the reality that they are operating at a risk. Businesses are prone to thefts, burglaries and other criminal activities that can take place anytime on business premises. Some businesses, such as convenience stores, banks, and retail stores, may be more vulnerable to criminals and petty thieves than others. Therefore, a robust security system is employed by a wide range of companies.

Every business needs a guarantee in some way or the other for their safety and security. Even a small business has important assets and elements that it needs to protect and what better way than Shergroup security services to protect and monitor them of possible threats. We offer security measures like monitored alarm systems, security guards, CCTV cameras, K9 security, etc. These are a great way to deter burglars, prevent crime, maintain security, and ensure the safety and security of the staff and customers. Sadly, no business is immune to burglary or theft, be it a small one or a more well-established one. Having the right kind of security for your business is essential, business owners should assess the benefits of hiring a security system before deciding to bring one on board.

Security solutions for small business

1. Security Guards |

Having a security guard watching over your property can leave you feeling safe and secure. The mere physical presence of a security guard on site is good enough to scare the potential criminals away.

This is the reason why manned security guarding is often at the core of any effective security solution. Shergroup offers professionally trained and experienced security guards when you need guarding for your site. Our security guards are efficient, alert, and vigilant and produce real-time daily activity reports. These reports are available for both the managing supervisor and the clients to check with real-time on-site metrics.

2. Monitored Alarms |

Alarm systems protect businesses not only from break-ins but also from natural disasters like fires. When engaged, they include specific sensors that send alarms to the main control unit, allowing immediate and necessary action to be performed.

When a monitored alarm system is activated, a set of sensors connected to a primary control unit generate alerts, which can be sound only, receive messages, or be monitored by an external centre (Alarm Receiving Centre). This centre monitors activity and, if necessary, may be linked to police action. If the worst happens and your business suffers a break-in or a fire, an alarm system is frequently the fastest method to learn about it.

Monitored alarm systems are an important aspect of your operating strategy since they give additional security against damage as well as additional safety for your employees. A monitored alarm system is suitable for unoccupied premises and high-risk premises, as well as any business – as knowing your business is being monitored externally, can give you extra peace of mind.

3. CCTV |

CCTV is a security system that allows you to monitor and safeguard your property against any unforeseen happening around your premises. Knowing there is always an extra pair of eyes watching over your property you can be at peace while leaving the property unmanned. Cameras and monitors enable you to capture events happening in and around your property and transmitting the signals to a monitor or set of monitors.

CCTV is one of the most recognised security systems that your business can use. The CCTV cameras start recording footage as soon as they detect motion. Most of the CCTV cameras work on a mechanism where they transmit the recording to you with a phone alert of what’s happening at your premises. The best CCTV camera for you is the one that has facial recognition, two-way audio, and night vision.

These surveillance cameras have two-fold benefits, one it helps in discouraging the intruders from breaking in and second even if a forbidden burglary takes place, it becomes easier to catch the culprits after watching the video recording. The best bit of having your property secured with a CCTV camera is that they are pocket friendly and don’t require much in terms of maintenance.

4. K9 Security |

A K9 security team is transportable, extremely responsive, and serves as a visible deterrent to potential criminals. The most significant benefit of having a K9 security team is that it can respond in seconds at every level of the “use of force” continuum.

Not only a dog can deter someone from acting unlawfully or dangerously it can also maintain order and promote a friendly atmosphere. Canine’s speed is their asset they can run up to 30 mph, their reaction is faster than the police response time.

Trained security canines are more effective than people or machines when it comes to security. Their sense of smell and hearing makes them detect strange noises and odours in seconds.

They are used in multiple areas as security canines, vapor detection dogs, bomb detection dogs, etc. A trained canine will always turn to its handler for command and control before reacting. A K9 security dog is more cost-efficient and will go after the perpetrator without hesitation. Today security K9 units are being used by schools, airports, hospitals, shopping malls, and they also assist police and other law enforcement officers in their work.

5. Concrete Barrier Block |

A concrete barrier is a durable, cost-effective option for long term security. Concrete barriers can be used for a variety of purposes, including establishing temporary segregated areas, facilitating traffic or pedestrian flow control, and providing security. Concrete barriers can be a cost-effective and extremely resilient alternative, especially in places where high winds can cause other types of barriers or hoardings to become unstable and potentially dangerous.

Each barrier weighs around 2 tonnes each and acts as physical security to all sites. Their solid structure and weight make it impossible for the trespassers, thieves, and other opportunities to move and gain access to, they’ll probably look for other less secure sites.

You can rent these concrete barrier blocks and get them placed at your site when you want to keep unwanted visitors out of your vicinity.

These are some of the security solutions that a small business can easily hire and carry on with its business operations smoothly. Look for an efficient security solutions provider who helps you strengthen your security without burning a hole in your pocket.


Now that you know almost all security solutions available there is to know about the best one for small businesses and how important they are to your business’ security. It’s time to evaluate and ask yourself a few questions to help you determine how much you should spend on your security system.

What kind of security does your business need? Will only a burglar alarm suffice, or should you opt for professional security guarding services? Are you located in a high-risk area? Should you opt for a K9 security team, or do you require CCTV monitoring services? Consider how your business’ size, nature, and potential expansion will influence security requirements, and select a security service that can adapt and grow as your business does. What’s your budget? Knowing how much you can spend on your business’ security will be a deciding factor for the choice of security services.

Hire the right security service for your business premises. From security guards to intruder alarms, Shergroup offers a range of options to keep your property, stock, and staff as safe as possible.

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Last updated | 19 July 2023

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