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Vacant Property Inspections

What is it?

Insurance companies are making vacant property inspections (VPI’s) a requirement to ensure the integrity of the building and to comply with the terms of the policy.

Vacant properties can be seen as an easy target for vandals, thieves, arsonists, squatters or even children. Some insurance companies make these inspections a requirement of cover and will discount premiums if an approved security company is contracted to deliver them.

Benefits of Vacant Property Inspections

Commercial properties have become heavily targeted by squatters since 1st September 2012 when it became an offence to squat in a residential property. Attention since then has turned to Vacant Commercial Properties.

ARM Secure can provide comprehensive vacant property inspections thereby protecting the landlord’s investment and avoid time-consuming delays removing trespassers or fixing the damaged property. We can supply all clients with a full report and photographic evidence of all inspections made.


What do we check?

Our comprehensive security checks include:

Checking and securing all access points doors windows

Checking for water leaks and damage
Check for fire and electrical hazards

Checking the general condition of the interior

Look for evidence of graffiti & vandalism.

We can take a meter reading


What will the service do for your business?

Economic uncertainty and the increase in homelessness has led to the increased vulnerability of the numerous empty premises in the UK. As with all of ARM Secure’s services, the delivery can be tailored to meet your needs.

Get in touch with ARM Secure for a quotation on your vacant property.


Where can the service be used?

Our vacant property inspections are great for business who have vacated a property/premise, but still have legal responsibilities for the property. This can vary from companies that have gone into administration to the company either adding/moving offices or properties where the lease has expired.

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