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Deterring Vandalism and Theft of Equipment

Almost every PRO will have to deal with vandalism or equipment theft at some point. It’s a frustrating aspect of the industry, but you don’t have to just accept it. This infographic provides ways you can go about deterring vandalism and theft of equipment.

Deterring Vandalism and Theft of Equipment

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Deterring Vandalism and Theft of Equipment

Place Equipment Wisely

  • Locate equipment within fences or similarly secure locations

Prevent Tip-Overs

  • Stake down units
  • Chain units to solid structures

Prevent Unwanted Entry

  • Install locking kits

Warn of Legal Action

  • Post signs warning of prosecution to the fullest extent of the law

Monitor Trouble Locations

  • Install security cameras or game cameras
  • See if local law enforcement can patrol the area

Charge Fees

  • Charge the renter a large service or replacement fee as motivation for their assistance

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