We are a Multi Services company based in cardiff and newport in South Wales that holds within it over 10 years of experience in the security and cleaning sectors, we offer a range of services that have been designed to help keep your company clean and protected. ADHOC security and cleaning Ltd meet the needs of organisations that require quality security and cleaning personnel and services from a reliable company. All of our security officers are vetted to british standards and fully licensed with the SIA ( SECURITY INDUSTRY AUTHORITY. ) The services we offer include Security services such as static guarding, mobile patrols, Keyholding and alarm response. Along side cleaning services which include Office cleaning, house cleaning, carpet cleaning, window cleaning and Rental before/after cleans. We offer the best security and cleaning solutions in south wales and can also arange additional services as required such as CCTV and Intruder Alarm installation, Access control/Barrier Installation, Fire Protection Systems, Marble & Stone Restoration, Removals and Clearance Services.All in all the aim of our company is to give you Clean, Protected, Peace of mind.
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in Our Hands
UK businesses lose billions of pounds every year due to crime.
Whether it's grafitti, break-ins, fraud or attacks on staff, the potential for crimes against businesses is massive.
Did you know...?
Crimes costs businesses £19billion annually (British Chambers of Commerce)
There are plenty of ways that you can protect your home from being targeted for crime. Read some of our tips for a few ideas.
Did you know...?
in 3 out of 10 burglaries, thieves do not have to use force. They get in through an open door or window
Always lock the door and close the windows when you go out, even if you'll only be out for a short time.
- All external doors should have 3 locking points. Mortice locks will add considerable strength to your door - you can buy them at your local DIY store.
- Window locks can help to stop people getting in, especially in older windows and windows without double glazing.
- Use deadlocks if you have them - they make it harder for thieves to get out again.
- If you are thinking of PVC or metal framed doors/windows, make sure they come with good built in locks and a fitted chain, as these can be expensive to add afterwards.
- Patio doors should have special locks fitted to the top and bottom – ask your DIY store for advice.
- Don't leave spare keys outside or in a garage or shed. Keep garden sheds and garages locked and think about using a battery-operated alarm.
- Keep car and garage keys out of sight in the house.
- Don't leave window and door keys in their locks.
- Always draw your curtains at night and make sure valuable items cannot be easily seen from outside.
Did you know...?
58% of burglaries take place in the evening or night and 34% occur at the weekend
- Use timers for lights and radios if you will be out of the house overnight. They create the impression that someone is at home. It is not recommended to use TVs for this purpose
- Visible burglar alarms, good lighting and security lighting can be deterrents. Particularly ensure that recessed areas and doorways have good security lighting. Make sure that lights don't disturb your neighbours and that alarms turn off after 20 minutes
- Walls and solid fencing around your house may let a thief break in without being seen. Trees and shrubs can also be hiding places. Chain-link fencing or trellises with prickly shrubs can be a better compromise
- Make sure that garden tools or ladders that could be used to force entry into your home are not left lying around
- Fit a ‘spy hole' so that you can see who is at the door. Also have a door chain so.that you can open the door a little way to talk to visitors.
- Mark your belongings with a property-marking product.
- Neighbourhood Watch and other ‘watch' schemes are excellent ways for communities to fight burglary.
- NB. Make sure that any security improvements you make to your house don't stop you getting out as quickly as possible if there is a fire.