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Amateur Alarm Installers Are Leaving Users Vulnerable To Crime

– Posted in: After Care, Alarm maintenance, Alarm setting, Alarms, Approved suppliers, Burglaries, Business alarms, Business security, Costs of alarms, Crime prevention, Customer Service, Electronic security, Home alarms, Home security, Power supply, Reliability, Security

In the last couple of weeks, we have been invited to look at a couple of security systems installed by other companies. What we have seen, if you pardon the pun, is alarming. Modern professional alarm panels are very sophisticated with over 500 installer settings, (the same cannot be said for DIY systems as these are [...]

GuardHomeSafe Reaches New Heights In Customer Care

– Posted in: After Care, Approved suppliers, CCTV, Customer Service, Employee, Home alarms, Home security, Mobile devices, Protecting the elderly, Reliability, Security, surveillance

When I created the term GuardHomeSafe it was intended to be a hash tag expression that I would use on Twitter to help promote what in essence GuardHome is all about, and that is delivering peace of mind to our clients. Of course this was mainly from a perspective of how we apply attention to detail [...]

How To Save On Your Electricity Bill!

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An interesting article on why it is important that people select professionally certified security companies for alarms, CCTV etc. click here   Of course if you are only interested in getting it for the lowest price, my advice is don’t bother to have anything, because I can almost guarantee it won’t work properly and so [...]

May 2014 Review

– Posted in: After Care, Alarm maintenance, Alarms, Approved suppliers, Business alarms, Business Development, Crime prevention, Customer Service, Environmental, Green Credentials, GuardHome News, Security
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What a month May turned out to be? Our focus remains on the preparation work to get our new offices complete for opening on the 28th June. Because we are refurbishing an existing garden building, that was previously used as a recreational area, complete with small swimming pool etc, we had  to remove all existing plant and [...]

We don’t do heart surgery!

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This might seem a bit obvious, but perhaps it is something I should consider turning my hand to? Why you might ask? It is becoming increasingly apparent that people are buying security from everyone else other than professional alarm companies. You only have to take a glance at the upper levels of properties to see [...]

NSI Recertification Proudly Completed!

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We are accredited by the National Security Inspectorate www.nsi.org.uk They are a UKAS certified organisation who ensure that the work that we undertake in the security industry is compliant with the relevant UK and European standards and any other codes of practice that might apply. Unlike a trade organisation, where you pay your subs and [...]

The dangers of unregulated installers

– Posted in: Alarms, Approved suppliers, Business alarms, Crime prevention, Home alarms, Home security, Security
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Would you let someone with a criminal record install an alarm system in your home or business? of course not! An unscrupulous alarm installer would have the ability to give themselves access to your property. They could steal your belongings while you were out and cover up how they gained entry. But how would you [...]

What message does a blank bell box give?

– Posted in: After Care, Approved suppliers, Business alarms, Electronic security, Home alarms, Home security, Insurance, Moving House, Security

I spend most of my time when I am out and about looking up at the eaves of the properties that I pass. No, it is not because I have a neck muscle infliction, it is because that is where most intruder alarm sirens are installed. It is a concern to me that I am [...]