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Ensuring Your HVAC System is Protected from Thieves

Ensuring Your HVAC System is Protected from Thieves

If you care deeply about privacy and security on your property, then you have to prioritize safety with your building’s HVAC system.

Building managers and owners alike know that their HVAC systems provide a bit of temptation target full of valuable metals and components that could be stolen in the middle of the night. If you care deeply about privacy and security on your property, then you have to prioritize safety with your building’s HVAC System too. There are a couple of ways you can protect it correctly. The following blog will provide you with a few practical and effective ways to protect your HVAC system from any possible thieves. Read on to learn more!

Why Would My HVAC System Be Targeted?

There are a few reasons why thieves target HVAC units. First, HVAC units contain many valuable metals and materials. A lot of HVAC units have copper pipes and coils. This metal can be sold to different recycling companies or salvage yards, typically with no questions asked at all about its origins. HVAC systems are typically in secluded areas, too, like backyards or nearby a parking garage, where they are not commonly seen. Roofs, parking lots, and hidden regions are also included. This may improve the look or aesthetics of the area, but it does provide an environment where thieves can make their move.

Install Alarms for Your HVAC System

Alarm systems are available now that can monitor any of the specific characteristics of your HVAC system. Install alarm systems that sound off if your unit is damaged or messed with. You could install an alarm that also keeps track of refrigerant line pressure and sound if the lines connected are cut or damaged. A few of these HVAC system alarms could also make a very loud siren-like sound if an attempt is made to move the systems at all.

Restrict Accessibility to Your HVAC System

You can help protect your HVAC system from thieves by eliminating or reducing accessibility. For example, remove any ladders that might be left on the side of your buildings that would allow shady figures to gain unwarranted access. Anything you can do that would restrict the number of people who have access to the system goes a long way in helping.

Increase Outdoor and Perimeter Security for Your HVAC Unit

Increase the amount of lighting in the area around your HVAC unit and add some motion detectors that turn on the lights when movement is detected. Louvers are also another excellent option for protecting your system against both the harsh weather elements and potential intruders. Hercules Custom Louvers can install custom-made louvers for you today!


When you are ready for quality louvers, the professionals at Hercules Custom Louvers are ready to help. For more information and to learn how we can meet your custom louver needs, contact Hercules Custom Louvers online or giving us a call at 1-800-331-2590. We will ensure your investment serves your property for years to come! For updates and to see projects we’re working on, visit us on FacebookTwitterTwitterYouTube, and Pinterest.

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Hercules Louvers
36 West Pennsylvania Avenue Walkersville, MD 21793
Phone: 1.800.331.2590