AlarmAs with any other business, ensuring the security of your liquor store is of vital importance. It's your duty to protect both the business and your customers. Fortunately, there are a variety of options from which you can choose, according to your budget for security. Let's take a look at some of the most commonly chosen options.
  • Alarm System: Installing an alarm system helps deter would-be thieves. And if a thief does successfully break in, the alarm can alert the police. Some comprehensive monitoring systems may also alert the fire station if a fire ignites inside the store.
  • Deadbolt Locks: While regular locks are fairly easy to pick, deadbolt locks on the exterior doors make it much harder to break in. Many thieves look for easy targets, and they may move along if they can't get in and out quickly.
  • Security Cameras: If a theft or other incident does occur, the footage from security cameras can help catch the culprit and help determine the extent of the damage.
  • Window Break Sensors: These devices can detect if a window is broken, which can then trigger an alarm to go off. The shock of a sudden alarm may deter a thief.
  • Motion Sensor Lighting: Thieves typically prefer dimly lit targets so they can't be easily seen. Installing motion sensor lighting around your store may scare a thief off before they begin a break in.
Not only does boosting security help protect your business, but it may also earn you an insurance discount. Contact your agent today to see how you could save on liquor store insurance.

We've got you covered. Call Exceed Insurance at (855) 539-2333 for more information on the liquor store insurance policies we offer.
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