commercialAs an NSI Gold Approved Company, you can have Police Response to your Alarm System.

We would recommend having a Monitored Intruder Alarm System to any business premises. The Police and Keyholders would immediately be contacted in the event of a break-in at your property. A burglar alarm is monitored when the alarm system is connected via telephone line or radio network or both to a remote central station for the purpose of monitoring the alarm signals from the protected premises 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

All our monitored systems require sequential confirmation, this means that two PIR detectors will have to trigger for the police to be contacted. This provides extra assurance that there is an intruder in your premises and minimizes false alarms and unnecessary call-outs by keyholders.

All our systems are to meet insurance company requirements and in accordance with PD 6662:2004 (the UK implementation of PSEN50131-1:2004) and fulfill NSI/NACOSS GOLD criteria.

From small shops & offices to medium sized buildings, conventional fire alarm systems are a cost effective way to ensure you have a means of detecting & waning of fire. Numerous detectors can be installed on zones, when a detector is triggered the fire alarm control panel will indicate which zone has been triggered, giving you or the fire brigade an indication of the area of activation.