Rapid Response Boarding Up Service
Damage to windows and doors through criminal damage or break-ins creates a highly visible vulnerability, and so boarding up services keep your premises safe from intruders. Emergency boarding is a fast, cost-effective way to secure a vacant property. Clearway provides a rapid response boarding up service to protect both commercial and residential properties across the UK. Our steel security screens and doors are recommended and used in police scenarios, so you can be sure that our solution will protect your property from any unauthorised entry. Boarding is also available on a longer-term basis for empty sites giving you peace of mind that your property is well protected.
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Boarding Up Services FAQs
How Quickly Can Clearway Board Up My Property?
Our rapid response teams are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you have an emergency requirement or require same-day boarding up services, we will always endeavour to provide immediate assistance to protect your property.
Urgent call outs are also available following an intrusion or criminal activity to ensure no further damage can occur, and your premises are not exposed to any additional risk.
Which are the Best Boards to Use to Secure a Vacant Building?
Clearway offers a range of boarding up services, depending on how long you need to defend a property and the leading security factors.
For short-term boarding up, pending glazing repairs, or replacement doors, we can install short-term security screens as a fast and low-cost option to protect from broken glass until a longer-term replacement is delivered.
Other options include heavy-duty steel security doors and screens, ideal for vulnerable properties or high-risk vacant sites that need a more robust solution to ensure criminals or thieves do not target them.
Is Clearway Qualified to Board Up Premises Following a Crime?
Yes, the Clearway UK team often works with emergency services and authorities, delivering several fast response services, including security services, deep cleaning and repairs following traumas or crimes.
Boarding up is also available following forced entries by the police force to ensure that damaged windows, doors, glazing, frames and locks are secured.
How Long Can I Use Clearway Boarding Up Services For?
We offer both short and long-term boarding up solutions. These might range from a day or two while waiting for replacement glazing to months or years of vacant property security.
If you are unsure which type of boarding is most suitable for your estimated duration of hire, do get in touch, and our security team will recommend the most appropriate boarding up options.
What Properties is Boarding Up Suitable For?
Boarding up is available for any property, from residential homes to commercial office blocks and industrial premises that wish to prevent, or repair, a security risk.
Does Boarding Up Include Repairing Damage to My Doors or Locks?
Clearway offers a full-service security response team. Our ranges of boards, screens and security doors are suitable for any property, and we can provide additional services, including:
- Alarm system installation.
- Security guards or patrols.
- Monitoring of alarm or CCTV systems.
- Lock damage repair.
- Replacement frames or woodwork.
- New doors or security doors.
Can I Board Up a Retail Site Temporarily?
You certainly can. Short-term boarding up is ideal when there is a planned event or anticipated civil disturbance that you feel puts your business at risk of damage, theft or intrusion.
Boarding up is a cost-effective solution that protects your glazing, doors and windows. It can be short-term for a limited period or a longer duration if your business is expected to be closed.
What Else Can I Do to Protect My Property Aside From Boarding It Up?
There are multiple security installations and services available. Clearway is always available to provide recommendations and work through a risk assessment process with you to determine the options that fit within your budget.