Security

Burglary Watch

– Posted in: CCTV, Home security, Security

Burglaries take many forms. It isn’t just a case of people quietly breaking in late at night or while homeowners are out. Here are two different examples that are apparently on the rise according to crime statistics. Distraction break ins This happens when one person knocks on the front door and engages the homeowner in [...]

What is a Safe Area?

– Posted in: Burglaries, Car theft, HD CCTV, Security

People sometimes say that they live in a “safe area” so security isn’t an issue, but this just doesn’t hold true in reality. Here are two examples… 1. In a very respectable area of town a teenager started taking drugs and it soon got out of hand. In order to get money to fund his [...]

The Value Of First Class Security

– 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, GuardHome News, Home alarms, Home security, Insurance, Reliability, Security, Theft

We strongly believe in the deterrent value of the security systems that we install. This is borne out by the statistics that I have compiled over the sixteen plus years that we have been protecting our clients. This amounts to millions of accumulated hours that have kept our clients safe from intruders. Compared against national [...]

Autumn Burglaries

– Posted in: Security

As the days shorten and there are more hours of darkness it becomes an easier time for burglars. It’s not uncommon for them to go down a road trying house doors and car doors to see if anyone has forgotten to lock up. And it’s perhaps not surprising how often that happens. It pays to [...]

Central London Install

– Posted in: Security

Earlier this week we installed a wireless alarm and two cameras in a four-storey Central London property. The property had a concrete structure which meant the occupants could not get wifi signal unless they were in the living room where the router was. Before installing the security system we set-up a new router and a [...]

Five Risks of Low Value Security Solutions

– Posted in: Security

When it comes to you and your family’s safety, security and privacy… why take risks with cheap DIY products or unprofessionally installed systems?┬áPrice of course! When it comes to saving the pennies security is not the topic you want to be taking shortcuts with. A cheap security solution can and probably will cost you a [...]

Summer Time Burglaries

– Posted in: Security

Burglars come in all shapes and sizes. Ultimately though, the majority of burglars are opportunists. Contrary to popular belief, 65% of burglaries occur between 6am and 6pm. If you think it is safe to leave the windows open while you pop out to the shops on a hot summers day… it isn’t. Don’t let someone [...]

What Does NSI Accreditation Confirm?

– Posted in: Security

Most people have never heard of the National Security Inspectorate. However, they are an important factor when it comes to deciding who to let into your home to install your security system. Their role is to ensure that people who purchase security systems from NSI registered companies are buying security that is of the highest [...]

Why Does Accreditation Matter?

– Posted in: Security

Your alarm is no more reliable than the people installing and maintaining it. There is nothing to stop a burglar from setting up a security company and using their knowledge of your home and security system to break into your property. This is why trust between the client and ourselves is of paramount importance. Do [...]