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Safeguard your business from potential intruders with a customised intruder alarm system from ClearView.
Our bespoke security solutions are tailored to your specific needs, providing comprehensive protection for your premises. With our expert installation and maintenance services, you can rest easy knowing that your business is secure.
Additionally, we offer remote monitoring services that comply with police and insurance requirements. Our team is based in Chelmsford, Essex, but we serve businesses across the UK. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you protect your business with a tailor-made intruder alarm system.
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Intruder / Burglar Alarm System Installation
One of the most effective ways to safeguard your business premises from intruders is to install an intruder alarm system. By doing so, you can deter potential intruders, keep your organisation secure, and comply with legal and insurance regulations.
We believe that the best way to design an effective intruder alarm system for your business is to conduct a free site survey and specification to NSI (National Security Inspectorate) standards. By doing so, we can tailor a security system to the specific needs of your premises, ensuring maximum protection and peace of mind.Need alarm maintenance?
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Choosing the Right Intruder Alarm System
Investing in an intruder alarm system for your business is an effective way to deter potential intruders and provide a warning if an intrusion occurs. By doing so, appropriate action can be taken more quickly to safeguard your business and property.
In addition to the audible warning that an intruder alarm system provides, you can also opt for a monitored alarm system. With a monitored alarm system, a nominated staff member or a remote monitoring centre can be alerted in the event of an intrusion or disturbance, ensuring a fast and appropriate response.
At ClearView, we can help you choose the right intruder alarm system for your business needs. Our security experts can assess your premises and recommend the best security solution for you, including audible and monitored alarm systems.
the benefits of intruder alarm installation
One of the primary benefits of an intruder alarm system is its ability to deter potential intruders. The sight of an alarm system is often enough to discourage burglars and other intruders from attempting to gain access to your business premises. Even if someone does attempt to break in, the alarm will alert others nearby, further deterring the intruder and giving you valuable time to respond.
Many insurance policies and legal regulations require businesses to have an intruder alarm system installed. By doing so, you can ensure that you are meeting these requirements and avoid any potential legal or financial consequences.
If someone does attempt to break in, activating the CCTV recording feature of your intruder alarm system can significantly increase the chances of identifying the intruder and recovering any stolen property. This is especially useful in cases where intruders attempt to hide their identity or cover their tracks.
By integrating your intruder alarm system with remote off-site monitoring services, you can ensure that your business is always protected. If your alarm is triggered, monitoring services will be alerted, and can quickly dispatch security personnel or law enforcement to your location.
An intruder alarm system can be easily integrated with other security systems such as CCTV and public address systems, enhancing your business’s overall security.
The loud and attention-grabbing alarm sound of an intruder alarm system can cause intruders to think twice before committing a crime, as the noise can alert others nearby and draw attention to the incident.
We are a NACOSS (Gold Approved Installer)
Our NSI Gold accreditation provides you with peace of mind that you are dealing with a reputable supplier who meets NSI’s extremely stringent standards of designing, installing and maintaining intruder alarm systems.
When it comes to installing an intruder alarm system, it’s important to choose a NACOSS Gold approved installer. By doing so, you can ensure that the system has been designed and installed by technically competent and security screened personnel, to the appropriate product standard.
This includes compliance with PD 6662 / EN 50131 for Intruder Alarm Systems, BS 8418 or NACOSS Gold Code of Practice NCP 104 for CCTV Systems, and NACOSS Gold Code of Practice NACP 30 or EN 50133 for Access Control Systems.
A NACOSS Gold approved installer is committed to customer satisfaction and continual business improvement through the implementation of a Quality Management System designed specifically for the electronic security system industry. ClearView’s systems are inspected annually to ensure the quality of installed security systems and other aspects of the company’s management, including staff security screening.
Insurers often require security systems installed by NACOSS Recognised Firms before they provide insurance cover. The police also acknowledge that NACOSS Recognised Firms comply with all the requirements set down in The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) unified policy on intruder alarms. ClearView’s systems can be provided with a URN number, allowing them to be connected to an Alarm Receiving Centre to call the police in case of emergency.
All of ClearView’s intruder and burglar security systems come with an NSI Certificate of Compliance, ensuring that they meet the highest standards of quality and safety. In addition, we provide 24/7 service support for all of our intruder alarm systems. Contact us today to book your free site survey and ensure that your business is protected by the best security systems available.
What happens if my intruder alarm system is triggered?
If your intruder alarm system is triggered, it will usually send an alert to a monitoring centre or directly to the business owner, who can then take appropriate action, such as contacting the police or security personnel, or investigating the alert. Some systems may also include features such as audio or visual warnings to deter intruders.
How do I choose a reputable provider for my intruder alarm system?
Ultimately, use a supplier who meets NSI’s extremely stringent standards. Ask for recommendations from other businesses in your industry, research online reviews and ratings, and check the provider’s credentials and certifications.
Are there any regulations or laws that require businesses to have intruder alarm systems?
There are no specific regulations or laws in the UK that require businesses to have intruder alarm systems, but it is generally recommended as a best practice for security and safety purposes.
What features should I look for in an intruder alarm system for my business?
When choosing an intruder alarm system for your business, some features to look for include reliable sensors, a control panel with a backup power supply, remote monitoring capabilities, and integration with other security systems such as CCTV and access control.
How can I ensure that my intruder alarm system is reliable and effective?
To ensure that your intruder alarm system is reliable and effective, it is important to have it installed by a reputable provider, have it regularly maintained and tested, and ensure that all employees are trained on how to use the system.
How much does an intruder alarm system for a business cost?
The cost of an intruder alarm system for a business can vary depending on various factors, such as the size of the premises, the type of system, and the level of features and monitoring required. As a rough guide, basic systems can cost from a few hundred pounds, while more complex systems with monitoring can cost several thousand pounds.