3 Great Benefits of Installing Security Roller Shutters on Your Property

Jan 11 2019
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Up until this article honestly I didn’t realize they made shutters like these for anything besides commercial store fronts. With the hurricanes the United States has been hammered with though these make a lot of sense! I know many homeowners in the southern part of the US install and then remove steel covers over their windows and doors when bad weather is on its way but, this would be an amazing option.

This also makes me think that something like these would also really benefit people living as far north as I am. Yes, my house would sure be a dark cave but, on the other hand, its not like it sees much sun this time of the year anyway!

When the temps drop into the -20s here the thought of covering my windows with something like that makes my heart just giddy at the energy savings!

Most Minnesotan’s cover much of their windows and doors anyway, this might be a real option!

(The following is a contributed article.)

In today’s modern world, security has become essential and more and more Australian homes and businesses are looking at ways to secure their assets, their workers and their families.

In the past, a sturdy door or window would have sufficed, but now burglars are getting more ingenious with regards to gaining access to homes and businesses.

An alarm system is the go to security feature that most people turn to, but if a burglar wants to come into your building, there is no stopping them.

That is why you need to concentrate on making sure that they don’t even want to contemplate on wanting to enter your premises whether it be your business premises or your home.

Security roller shutters in Melbourne have become very popular as a means to dissuade a would be opportunist burglar from even thinking about trying to break into your property.

A security roller shutter is the first line of defense that a burglar must get past and it is a difficult and possibly an impossible task. There are many benefits to installing security roller shutters and we will look at just some of them here.

For Insulation and Energy Savings – The shutters just don’t protect your home or business but also help to keep your building cooler or warmer depending on the time of year it is in Australia.

Typically, home or business owners just put up some curtains to help reduce the amount of sunlight and thus heat, that comes into the property.

This, however, is an ineffectual means of doing this because the glass on the window will heat up regardless and that heat will pass into the room and circulate around the inside of the house.

If you use a foam filled security roller shutter for example, this will help reduce heat by up to 70 percent and thus saving you money on utility bills. Your security shutters will pay for themselves in no time.

Noise Reduction – As well as providing the best security there is, they also provide you with noise insulation. A lot of businesses and homes are located next to or close to the road and this excessive noise all day and night can have a detrimental effect on your health.

Anything that helps to reduce the noise from the outside is to be welcomed and security roller shutter will do just that. Less noise means that your employees can concentrate on their work without being distracted and this will lead to an increase in output and hopefully profits.

Weather Protection – Australia does get its fair share of bad weather and storms and so protecting your windows and doors from inclement weather and falling branches is essential.

Having to paint or redo your windows on an annual basis is going to hit your wallet and so any way to protect them for longer should be welcomed.

Intense sun, rain and wind battering your windows and doors all year will weaken them, but being able to shut your security roller shutters is just the thing.

Look into security roller shutters today and see what they can offer your business or home. You won’t be disappointed.

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4 Comments

  1. January 22, 2019 at 11:47 pm

    I like that you explain how installing security roller shutters can block out excessive noise from outside to help people concentrate. It’s also great that you explain how they can help with inclement weather and other problems, such as falling branches, which would be great for storms and other such situations. When having them installed, it might be a good idea to research local installation contractors to find ones that specialize in roller shutters so that you can get quality products and ensure they’re the right size and type for your windows to keep your property safe.

    • January 23, 2019 at 10:24 am

      Thanks for coming by Tiffany!

  2. September 13, 2019 at 1:03 pm

    I appreciate how the article explains that getting security roller shutters installed can help to reduce the noise that comes from outside to make it easier to concentrate. My brother’s office building is right next to a very busy road so it is loud in his office and his workers aren’t able to concentrate well. I will suggest that he look into getting roller shutters for his office.

    • September 17, 2019 at 8:46 am

      That’s great Jane, happy the article could be of help!

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