All our alarms are installed by professionally trained engineers. We do not use any third party installers. All our alarms can be installed within 5 days of order, with the options of express installation services, which includes evening and weekend services.

We do all our alarm fittings with 1 year warranty. Our burglar alarm installation starts with a free home security survey, discussing your home security requirements, followed by installation of alarm, training on using the alarm and leaving your with the necessary paper works. The whole process takes between 1 to 6 hours depending on the alarm you purchase and number of additional security accessories you wish to add.

Our Wireless alarms are also available in Pet friendly options. Pet friendly alarms, when installed by us, come with our engineers understanding the behavior of your pets and fitting is carried out to avoid pets triggering the alarm.
Are you looking for a wireless telecommunicating alarm, but don’t see any point in having a landline connection, our wireless alarms with GSM modules can do the job for you. GSM based communication uses mobile SIM readers set inside your alarm’s control panel to call you when the alarm goes off. All this system needs is a pre-paid SIM card from a mobile network that has the strongest signal where you live. Other advantages of having a GSM alarms include the flexibility of putting control panels tucked away from easy access of children, pets and any unwanted visitors.

Why Service your Burglar Alarm?

Regular servicing helps to maintain the performance of an alarm system.
Fitted Home Alarms provide alarm maintenance service for residential properties.
Regular servicing of an alarm system ensures the system’s reliability and durability.
Most alarms need service once a year.
It is sensible and cost-effective to have regular alarm services done than to have breakdown repairs.

Our Alarm Service Package involves the following:

Check the history of alarm system since last maintenance service.
Visual inspection of all major alarm components including cabling & connections where accessible for signs of deterioration or damage.
Check and walk test all detectors.
Check satisfactory operation of manually operated devices e.g. panic buttons.
Check and test remote signaling equipment (where appropriate).
Make adjustments as necessary.
Repair minor faults where necessary (additional costs may apply).
Retrain the users on the use of the alarm system (if required).
Return the alarm system to operational status.