Any fire detection, access control or CCTV system is only of value if it is fully functional and staff know how to operate it. That's why, no matter whether we have supplied your system or we are taking over support for an existing installation, we will ensure you are happy with your chosen solution and that relevant staff understand how it works and are they confident in its use.
All our fire and security systems are designed and installed to the highest UK and European standards so you can be assured that our solutions are properly specified, installed and maintained.
The vast majority of the 5000+ fire and security installations we have completed over recent years are supported by us, with a full repairing maintenance contract.
With our full repairing contract, you can rest assured that your office or warehouse security systems are operational when it matters most and that you will not incur un-budgeted costs.
Our team of trained and accredited service technicians and engineers are available 24/7, 356 days a year to make sure that your staff, premises and business are safe and secure. To find out more about our tailored business service solutions please contact us
When we work with new clients we often take over the support of existing fire detection, access control or CCTV systems, typically because of office moves or perhaps poor service levels from existing suppliers.
We have a very straightforward process for taking over installations that provides long-term peace of mind and potential cost savings from the consolidation of support and maintenance contracts with one supplier. In the unlikely event that we cannot take on your system, we will explain why and suggest other options.
So give us a call or email us to find out more.
24/7 fire, CCTV surveillance & security system remote monitoring
As with our maintenance, most of the intruder alarm, fire and CCTV surveillance systems we install are monitored. This is particularly true for multi-use and multi-tenanted buildings where monitoring provides one central point of contact and control.
Offsite alarm monitoring allows the system to communicate either directly to your chosen contacts (keyholders), or via our Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC), to ensure that your premises receive the appropriate response; key holder, emergency services (Police or Fire Brigade), or in the event of a system fault, one of our experienced engineers (24/7).
There are a mind boggling number of different alarm monitoring facilities available today, from BT, Vodafone or directly over the internet.
We're producing a guidance sheet (FAQ) to help you decide which method of monitoring is right for you. As soon as it's ready for publication we'll let you know, in the meantime please contact us and we'll provide you with all the necessary impartial assistance in choosing the monitoring service that is right for your business premises.
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