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Construction Equipment Hire

Site Security Hire

Construction sites require adequate security measures to ensure the safety of workers, tools, and equipment. The security equipment available on our construction marketplace website includes a range of products to meet the unique needs of different projects.

We provide security equipment, including security cameras with clear, high-definition displays that provide real-time surveillance of construction sites. Floodlights illuminate areas around the construction site to enhance visibility and deter criminal activities. Barriers, such as chain-link fences and steel gates, restrict unauthorised access to the construction site. Alarm systems that are triggered by unauthorised entry provide an additional layer of security for workers and equipment.

All our security equipment is made from durable materials, ensuring it will withstand the harsh conditions of construction sites. Whether you are looking to secure a large construction site or a small tool storage area, we have the equipment you need to get the job done. Order now and keep your construction site secure!


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95% of products we help source are delivered within 15 miles of our customer's projects.

That's 75% closer than the construction industry average of 60 miles.

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Reduce time spent sourcing equipment and suppliers.

Finally, a solution for streamlining your procurement. In the YardLink platform, you can hire equipment, from any supplier, through a single account. Reduce time spent translating requirements from site, communicating with multiple suppliers and comparing non-standardised quotes. And the best part, it’s free.

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Gone are the days of requesting a live hire report from each supplier. Not to mention that they are no longer ‘live’ when they reach your inbox. In the YardLink platform, you can instantly generate a live hire report, across all suppliers, at a project level. Always know what’s on site, keep a close eye on equipment usage, and be aware of incoming deliveries and collections.

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Put the pen and paper down. Close the spreadsheet. And gain peace of mind with a digital paper trail through the YardLink platform. Standardised quotes, proof of delivery, and invoices (no matter the supplier), means fewer disputes and queries. Easier to manage and track. Our goal is to help you work smarter, not harder.

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Wave goodbye to failed collections and aborted fees. Reduce the number of invoices in query and associated penalties. And, you no longer have to accept the heightened costs of using non-local suppliers. We always connect you with the closest available supplier. Less wasted miles and lower delivery costs.

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Site Security & Fencing Hire FAQs

Your Questions, Answered.

There are several ways to keep a construction site secure:
- Install temporary fencing and access control systems to restrict entry.
- Security cameras and lighting are used to monitor the site.
- Employ security personnel or engage security services for regular patrols.
- Implement alarm systems and surveillance technologies.
- Securely store valuable equipment, tools, and materials in locked containers or secured storage units.
- Establish clear site security protocols and ensure workers are aware of them.
- Regularly inspect the site for vulnerabilities and promptly address any security risks.

Securing construction equipment involves implementing best practices such as:
- Marking equipment with unique identifiers.
- Utilising immobilisers and GPS tracking devices.
- Storing equipment in well-lit and secured areas.
- Implementing regular inventory checks and equipment audits. - Training workers on equipment security protocols.
- Establishing partnerships with local law enforcement to report and recover stolen equipment.

To protect materials and supplies on a construction site:
- Store them in locked containers or secured areas.
- Implement a sign-out system to track the movement of materials.
- Install security cameras or motion sensors in storage areas.
- Conduct regular inventory checks and reconcile with purchase orders.
- Consider using anti-theft devices or tags on high-value items.
- Control access to the site and limit entry points.

Yes, construction site security may be subject to legal requirements and regulations. These can vary depending on the location and local authorities. It is important to consult with relevant authorities or legal experts to ensure compliance with any applicable laws, such as the installation of fencing, signage, lighting, or specific security measures.

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