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Concrete Barriers Provide Property Protection: Three Applications

Highly-valuable real estate lands must be secured from unwanted visitors in order to avoid potential damage and disruption. Listed here are three different types of properties that can be protected using concrete barriers.

Lands located along highways

Properties located along a public highway are highly prone to theft and in some cases these properties are subjected to accidental straying of passersby. Vertical concrete barriers are a good option to secure such places as they can be easily bolted together and can stop vehicles attacking them even at a speed of 70 miles per hour. Their unique scarf joint system is the main reason behind their enhanced safety.

Uneven empty field

Empty fields with perimeter to about 100m in length with an uneven ground surface can be well protected using concrete jersey barriers. These heavy safety components (they weigh almost 1450 kilograms) cannot be moved with using the relevant equipment and is suitable for empty lands that are left unattended by the owners for a long period of time. Additionally, their enhanced length makes them cost-effective and they are also easy to install.

Land with vulnerable entry points

Properties with entrances that are highly prone to attacks deserve more than security personnel or security gates for 100% protection. Concrete barriers with their enormous size and weight make attacks impossible.

Protecting empty lands and high value properties can be accomplished through a number of safety measures such as fencing, 24/7 security staff or alarm systems. However, concrete barriers continue to the simplest and yet the most effective source of protection in the real estate sector.