What's the best way to protect a residential work site?

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Posted by: from Calgary
4/7/2017 at 8:19:34 PM

What are the best ways protect my residential work site which is at the framing stage, other than the typical construction fencing?

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Date/Time4/7/2017 at 11:29:57 PM


Thomas From TC Drywall & Contracting

Are you talking about safety / or theft

I've worked on many Residential and Commercial sites and the best ways to protect your investment are:

Don't leave any form of lighting on... Keep it Dark. If they can't see they can't steal. Also if your nabours do see lights then they know that there must be something wrong.

Install some sort of flashing sensor lighting 50 - 60 feet away from the main entrance area of the home... Don't allow tools or extremely expensive materials to be left on site, it's hard but worth the time to put it away and bring it with you.

Hire a security company to watch the site during off hours.

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Date/Time4/8/2017 at 1:43:18 AM

Hire a security firm ! Make sure the cost is in your budget or the client is paying for such.

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