How to secure your Office from Burglars


Burglars are a serious threat to any office. They will do anything to get their hands on your valuable items, from breaking windows to cutting down doors.

Luckily, there are some basic steps you can take in order to protect against this kind of theft. Here are four simple things you can do immediately:

Keep the windows locked

Keeping your windows and doors locked is the most important step to securing your home or business. Windows are the easiest way to break into a home or business, so ensure they are always secure. It’s not enough to just lock them after you leave for the day—you should secure them even when you’re at home!

If you don’t want to fiddle with locks every time someone walks through the door, get an electronic keypad for each room with access from outside. Then set up a schedule so that only people with access can enter when expected. You’ll never have to worry about forgetting again.

Check your security cameras

The first step in protecting your office from burglars is checking and ensuring all security cameras are working. If you have a burglar alarm, the same goes for that. If you don’t have either, get one. It’s one thing to know that there is a camera at a certain spot, but it is another thing to see that they actually work.

Install an alarm system

If you’re determined to keep burglars out of your business, an alarm system is a way. These systems are affordable and easy to install so you can get a good deal on them. They’ll also help you sleep at night, knowing that your property is well-protected.

Secure your Computers

When it comes to securing your computers, the first step is using a password-protected screen saver. This will prevent others from accessing your data when you walk away from your computer. It’s also a good idea to turn off the Windows feature that allows people to log in as another user without having their account.

Another way of protecting your PC is through a firewall, which helps keep hackers out of your system by blocking unauthorized traffic and only allowing certain types of communications within the network.

Insure your business

Insurance is a must. If you have not insured your business yet, then you need to do it right now. You can look for insurance companies on the internet or ask a broker to recommend one to you. Any business insurance will help protect your property and inventory from theft, fire, and other disasters that may occur while running the business.

In addition, an insurance policy may also cover some of the legal costs that might arise if someone gets hurt on your premises by providing funds for litigation costs such as court and lawyer’s fees.

Check your surroundings First

Before you even start worrying about your office’s security, you need to check your surroundings first. If there are strangers around, make sure they don’t know that you are alone or that you have valuable items in the office. They might try to break into the company if they think it’s easy and lucrative enough. This can be done by keeping lights on or pretending to talk on the phone when they pass by.

This is especially important if there are visitors coming over while they’re still outside of their cars because burglars may recognize an opportunity then and take advantage of it.

Install Burglar Bars on windows and doors, especially at night.

Burglar bars are usually made of steel or iron. They can be installed on windows, doors, and even walls. They are generally fixed to the frame of the window with screws, which makes it difficult for a thief to remove them from the window or door frame. Burglar bars also help secure a window or door as they can be opened and closed manually.

Keep a gun for self-protection

Although the use of a gun is not required to protect your office, it can be an effective tool if you are forced to defend yourself. You can check out different guns for sale online and find the one that best fits your needs.

However, to ensure that you are prepared for any situation and that your gun is safe from theft or damage, consider these guidelines:

  • Keep the weapon locked up in a safe or another secure place when it’s not being used.
  • Practice regularly with your firearm at a shooting range or other area designated for target practice. This will help you build muscle memory and improve accuracy over time. It’s also important to maintain proper eye protection at all times when firing weapons so as not to damage eyesight later on down the road.


As we have seen, many ways to secure your office from burglars exist. Make sure you don’t make the mistake of ignoring these measures or assuming that they won’t work for you because of the location of your business or because it is too small. Even if it seems like a lot of work, it is worth doing so that you can sleep better at night, knowing that no one will be able to break into your place without getting caught.

Heather Jones
Heather Jones
Heather Jones is the Social Good reporter at Businessner, covering online stories about digital activism, climate justice, accessibility, and more. Outside Businessner, Heather is an avid film watcher, bread maker, concert goer, and California enthusiast. You can catch her writing from the comfort of her southern porch with a cup of Earl Grey tea.