Ohio-based SecureView, creator of a virtually unbreakable alternative board-up system made from recycled materials, has announced the nationwide expansion of its distribution network.
With the recent expansion, SecureView protects properties nationwide with a total of 53 locations. The company has experienced significant growth since the start of 2014; that year, SecureView announced the addition of 42 new distribution locations in 2014.
"SecureView is changing how abandoned and vacant buildings are secured and protected," said Robert Klein, chairman and co-founder of SecureView. "The addition of our new locations make SecureView products more broadly available, improve neighborhoods and help America eliminate plywood one board at a time."
SecureView's board-up systems for windows and doors are intended to secure vacant properties, thus protecting and preserving the value of the homes. The company's products are designed to look like traditional windows, providing natural light and a clear view into the properties, which reduces crime and squatting that can be associated with plywood and steel board-ups. SecureView's products alleviate neighborhood blight, thus improving the safety and marketability not only of the properties they protect but of their neighborhoods as well.
The products are completely customizable and virtually unbreakable. The system can be modified onsite by the customer to fit any window, and can easily be installed using a compression bolt system that is both simple and effective.
"Protecting and preserving property values is our priority. The addition of our new locations significantly strengthens our nationwide distribution network and extends our reach," Klein said.