If you are in the business of emergency restoration, you know that one of the biggest challenges you face is managing the comings and goings of the multiple vendors you employ. If a vendor misses an appointment due to a key missing or a failed meeting, the entire project can be delayed, costing time and money.
DAWGS has a solution to multi-vendor logistics headaches – coded steel door guards. DAWGS steel door guards feature a true 6-point locking system, just like a bank vault. The door guards are modular, so they can secure any size and shape, giving your vendors the freedom to come and go without worry.
The DAWGS Steel Door Guard Advantage
Unlike electronic doors that are susceptible to glitches and cold-weather freezing, the DAWGS unique mechanical design grants you and your vendors full access with no surprises. There are no hinges or handles, so the only people that can use this door are the people you give access to. DAWGS heavy-duty steel doors can’t be kicked down or broken, so once it closes the property is completely secure.
Zee Kawa, of Zees Group (www.zeesgroup.com), a Construction & Disaster Restoration firm based out of Chicago notes “Using DAWGS door guards has simplified the job of managing access for multiple vendors to the properties we are working on. With this basic, yet often complicated logistic concern out of the way, we can get to our business of restoring property and speed turn around time for our clients”.
About Door and Window Guard Systems
DAWGS (Door And Window Guard Systems) is a full service vacant property security company. Our flexible, fast-response teams install and remove DAWGS equipment to ensure that your property is always secure. DAWGS currently has operations in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C. and will be expanding into other new markets soon.
If you have a vacant property you need to secure, DAWGS has your solution. Learn more at www.dawgsinc.com