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Commercial Security Guards

Iron Man Protection provides quality and customized commercial property security services for Houston office buildings and hotels. We recognize that employee, client and visitor safety is paramount to the success of your operation. That’s why our security guards meet a superior standard of alertness and proficiency that guarantees a level of defense that will preserve your commercial success.

Skilled and experienced commercial property security guards provide key services, including:

  • Stationary Guarding
  • Grounds Patrolling
  • Event Security
  • Parking Lot Security
  • Visitor logging via iPad technology

Whether you manage an office building or a hotel, the presence of your staff and security speaks volumes about your business. Iron Man Protection’s office building security guards maintain a professional demeanor while creating a secure environment for businesses and their network of employees, clients and visitors. As for hotel staff, interaction with guests must always be hospitable. Our hotel security guards promote a welcoming poise while preserving an authoritative order that’s essential to guest safety.

Office Building Security Guards

Every office building has a unique set of security requirements that deserve a tailored approach. You can depend on our office building security guards to provide access control, visitor screening and monitoring, grounds and parking lot patrolling and lobby security among other duties.

Hotel Security Guards

The hospitality industry is distinctive in that, it depends on a balance between customer service and security. Iron Man Protection’s hotel security guards will focus on everything from standard security services to alarm response, vehicle protection and complaint reply.

Whether 24/7 Commercial Property Security is required or a more customized schedule, our guards will see to it that your business remains a welcoming environment to guests, visitors and tenants while addressing current and potential concerns.

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