Intruder Alarm Systems
Intruder alarm systems make intruders think twice. They are a deterrent, but also provide a warning that an intrusion is taking place either to you or through a professional monitoring centre.
Our alarm detection systems secure every aspect of your business or home, from premises, stock, to personal valuables, equipment and systems. Everyone has different needs, which is why our alarm systems are individually tailored to provide the greatest protection.
Our technology sync with other third-party solutions, integrating seamlessly with most Physical Security Information Systems (PSIM).
What is an intruder alarm?
An intruder alarm is designed to detect unauthorised entry into a building. They are used in residential and commercial for protection against theft or property damage.
Should I get an intruder alarm?
The Police recommend that businesses and homeowners should install a visual burglar alarm and also considered extra precautions, such as outside lighting and Video (CCTV) and doors are secure when not in use.
gov.uk has revealed over 600,000 businesses were victims of crime last year. With 109,391 burglary cases recorded, most break-ins targeting small companies across the UK.
When a break-in occurs, it has a significant impact on your business and staff morale, with business owners feeling emotional distress.
During a break-in, fast action is essential - an intruder alarm system is designed to alert you and to deter intruders from entering a property.
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How does an intruder alarm work?
- Bells-only alarms will ring/alert if a motion sensor has been triggered but will not contact anyone (such as the police or you).
- Dialler intruder alarms will automatically call you, or the nominated person when the alarm is triggered.
- Smart alarm systems will message your smartphone or a designated person.
- Monitored alarm systems - a Monitoring Centre can act or call the police if the alarm goes off.
What type of intruder alarm should I choose?
There are two types of Intruder Alarms:
Wireless Alarm System
A wireless alarm system incorporates Wi-Fi or Bluetooth communication instead of physical wiring and is battery-powered. This system relies on a smart wireless signal.
Hardwired Alarm System
Uses physical wiring running throughout your business or home to relay information back to the central control panel.