Our engineers design, install and maintain intruder alarm systems to detect unauthorised entry into homes and businesses. Whether you’re looking for a simple audible-only alarm or a large wireless system spanning a number of sites, we will devise and oversee an efficient, cost-effective solution that reduces risk and offers 24-hour protection, including when you’re not there.
We supply, install and maintain security systems, including CCTV, intruder alarms, access control, nurse call and staff attack systems, disabled refuge systems and emergency lighting. We offer complete, bespoke solutions, integrating our fire and security services as appropriate.
We supply state-of-the-art, tailor-made CCTV systems to businesses and homes across the UK. CCTV serves a dual purpose: preventing crime by acting as a visible deterrent, and recording evidence when something does happen. Our specialists install, service and maintain a wide range of cameras and kits, from a tiny, discreet camera at a front door, to an integrated CCTV, fire and security system for a large commercial site.
Many organisations – from schools and public buildings to offices – now have a keyless door entry system that enables them to control who enters the building or specific rooms. We provide either standalone or networked access control systems, depending on the size and requirements of your buildings. Our touch-free access control systems are in particularly high demand following the pandemic.
Our specialist engineers offer a full design, installation and maintenance service to help businesses broadcast information and music around a building via public address (PA) systems. To supplement this, we provide audio induction loop systems – an assistive listening technology for people with reduced ranges of hearing.
We have extensive experience of fitting nurse call systems in care homes and hospitals, exploiting the very latest technology to meet the changing needs of settings and ensure the wellbeing of clients. In addition, we supply safety alarm solutions to protect staff across a range of sectors, allowing workers to trigger an alert at the press of a button.
Building regulations require all non-domestic buildings with more than one storey to provide refuge areas – safe places where people who cannot easily use fire escapes and evacuation lifts can wait for help. We provide emergency voice communication systems for these areas, enabling effective two-way communication to assist rescue and provide reassurance.
Our lighting specialists complement our other security services by designing emergency lighting that automatically comes on when the power supply fails (e.g. as a result of a fire or a power cut). Our experience spans both emergency escape lighting, which provides illumination for the safety of people leaving a location, and standby lighting, which enables normal activities to continue.