If you work in or own a premises where high-value items or cash are kept onsite, you will likely have a security measure such as a safe in place to ensure that these items are protected from theft.
Whilst safes have their place, they are not always practical for securely storing bulk items such as medication, jewellery, weapons, IT equipment and precious metals.
At Thornhill Security, we have a range of products designed to keep these items safe – including our range of Extendor security cages. Find out more about these security cages and their benefits in this post.
At Thornhill security, we are always on the lookout for new security manufacturers and products to incorporate into our ever growing range of products. Our latest offering comes from ABUS Security, a German manufacturer of a full range of commercial industrial and domestic security solutions.
We now supply the innovative ‘zolit’ master key system, find out more about ABUS Security and the products we now stock from them to benefit our customers.
There are many problems you can face when disposing of or relocating your old safe. Safes are usually extremely heavy, and can damage furnishings such as stairways and walls if they are not removed properly with specialist equipment such as stair climbers, cranes and trolleys.
Read on to find out more about how to overcome the problems that can be faced when removing your old safe, along with the alternatives to safe disposal.
How secure is your shed? Unfortunately for some residents in the Bristol area, they have been subject to a spate of shed break-ins, with mainly bikes and tools being stolen. With over 11 shed break-ins within less than a week, it’s clear that a padlock alone isn’t enough to keep your outbuilding and the valuables inside safe anymore and with a recent study by Halifax revealing the average Britons shed contains up to £2,000 worth of valuables, it’s certainly worth investing in your shed security.
Find out more about how to keep your outbuilding secure, including police recommendations along with product suggestions and advice from our expert team:
For those at university, security is probably a low priority – in between lectures, nights out and trying to keep the house clean, many students leave their valuables at risk on a daily basis.
The reality is, one in five students fall victim to a crime while studying at university according to figures from the National Union of Students website.
It’s important to be aware of home and personal security whilst at university, so we’ve come up with a few routines to get into to keep your valuables safe – and products that will assist you in doing so.
At Thornhill, we know that a complete new locking system might not always be the ideal solution for your home or business. That’s why we provide a range of adaptable security products and services to our customers – enabling a retrofit over existing products.
Recently we have added the adaptable door handle Pro from chameleon to our extensive product range, find out more about the benefits of this fully adaptable retrofit solution for UPVC doors.
Thornhill took a trip to the Trinity College in Cambridge last week. Whilst at the venue, we installed a safe in a nearby shop – under the watchful eye of Henry VIII.
Installing a safe in a commercial property is just one way to keep money and valuables safe from intruders all the year round. Read on to find out more about how to protect your commercial premises…
With January well under way, those who work in or manage office buildings will likely have a lot on their plates, whether it’s budgeting, marketing or reviewing staff for the new year – but how much time do you spend reviewing your office security?
We’ve always been committed to providing robust, industry-leading products and services for offices, regardless of size or budget. In this blog post, we will cover the main areas of office security to review in 2017 to reduce the risk of crime at your office.
Fingerprint recognition was once something of the future, but in recent years biometric technologies have slowly been making their way into our lives. Everyday devices such as iPhones are now opened with the touch of a finger. With the advancements in technology, locking systems that incorporate these technologies have become less expensive, meaning they are no longer reserved for just the elite.
In this blog post, we will look at the benefits and potential drawbacks of incorporating biometric technology into your home along with biometric technologies now available at Thornhill Security.
As part of our commitment to being at the forefront of new technologies, we now stock the Door eGuard DG8100 electronic door spy hole from Burg Wachter. This innovative product allows users to view who is outside their home on a digital screen – eliminating the struggle of traditional spyholes.
Find out more about the Door eGuard DG8100 and how it can benefit you: