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Why Accreditation Is Important

– Posted in: After Care, Alarm maintenance, Alarms, Burglaries, Business alarms, Business security, Costs of alarms, Crime prevention, Customer Service, Electronic security, Employee, Fire alarms, GuardHome News, Home security, Reliability, Security

A couple of weeks ago we completed our periodic assessment by the National Security Inspectorate (NSI) . Most members of the public have probably never heard of them, but this organisation are the security industry’s equivalent of what is now called “Gas Safe”  formerly “Corgi”  and their role is too ensure that people who purchase [...]

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!

– Posted in: After Care, Approved suppliers, CCTV, Costs of alarms, Crime prevention, Customer Service, Electronic security, Employee, Environmental, Security
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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 [...]

CCTV Coverage

– Posted in: Burglaries, Business security, CCTV, Crime prevention, Electronic security, Employee, Privacy, Reliability, Security, surveillance, The Data Protection Act

When we are commissioned to install CCTV for a client we sit down with the client and discuss what they are looking for in terms of the coverage and detail that they expect from the CCTV system that we will install for them. This is a very important aspect of CCTV design and provides us [...]

February 2015 Review

– Posted in: After Care, CCTV, Crime prevention, Customer Service, Employee, GuardHome News, Infra-red, IR cameras, Security, surveillance

Well that was the shortest month gone in the blink of an eye, and I am glad to report that Darren is rapidly becoming a valuable member of the GuardHome team. Since joining at the start of the year he is quickly learning all about our products and more importantly he is demonstrating that he [...]

New Fire System Installed in Sentinel House

– Posted in: Alarms, Business alarms, Employee, Fire alarms, Insurance, Protecting the elderly, Smoke detectors, Statistics
GuardHome bellbox

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 mandates that ALL business premises (and this care homes, guest houses etc. often referred to as HMO’s House in Multi Occupation) conduct a fire risk assessment to protect the occupants and premises against fire. So wether you run a large multi-national business or a small B&B, you are [...]

January 2015 Review

– Posted in: Alarms, Burglaries, Business alarms, Business Development, Car theft, CCTV, Customer Service, Employee, Fast Track, GuardHome News, Home security, IR cameras, surveillance

Finally the cold weather has arrived, although even this month had a few days where t shirts seemed more appropriate than thermals. At the start of the month and the year, we welcomed Darren Hills into the company, as detailed in my previous blog. I am very optimistic that Darren will develop into a first [...]

Meet Our New Employee

– Posted in: After Care, Alarm maintenance, Alarms, Burglaries, Crime prevention, Customer Service, Electronic security, Employee, Fire alarms, Home security, Localism, Security, Smoke detectors, Theft

Our recruitment policy at GuardHome is employ local people in our various regional offices. This allows us to put something back into the community where we work. Local people have families in the area, send their kids to school, support local events and spend money in local shops. For us this is localism at work, so we are [...]