Designed to look like traditional windows, SecureView is virtually unbreakable, protecting the value of a property.
Fresno, California (PRWEB) January 07, 2015
Today at 1 pm PST, representatives from the City of Fresno, California will test SecureView's patented, state of the art clearboard alternative to plywood for boarding vacant properties at 473 N Glenn Ave, Fresno, CA 93701.
SecureView will be joined by the City of Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin, Members of the City of Fresno Code Enforcement Task Force and Representatives of the City of Fresno’s Police and Fire Departments.
SecureView will provide a demonstration of their patented state-of-the-art technology that secures unoccupied structures without exposing vacancy. SecureView will be installed on a window and door of a vacant home in the City of Fresno and local government representatives will have the opportunity to put the product through a whack-it durability test.
At SecureView, we've created a revolutionary way to secure vacant and abandoned properties without exposing their vacancy to onlookers. Designed to look like traditional windows, our patented, recycled, alternative board-up system provides clear views and lets in natural light. This, in turn, enhances marketability and safety, and allows first responders to see inside in the event of an emergency. SecureView is also virtually unbreakable, which means it has the wherewithal to protect property from intrusion, and reduce the crime and squatting so often associated with plywood and steel board ups.
SecureView can be modified by the customer onsite to fit any window, and is quickly and easily installed using a simple but effective compression bolt system. Once in place, SecureView proves to be an effective solution to the issue of blight, increasing a property's value due to improved curb appeal, which in turn helps to stabilize the entire neighborhood.