A burglar alarm system is a very worthwhile investment when it comes to protecting your home or family. Studies reveal that you are far less likely to become the victim of an intruder at home if you have a correctly fitted and well-maintained intruder alarm installation.
Audible intruder alarms are those that sound a bell or siren when activated. These type of alarm systems may also activate security lights, and they can even send an alert to a smartphone, tablet or computer.
The central idea of an audible intruder alarm is to scare the would-be burglar and to alert neighbours or passers-by. Reports often suggest that intruder alarms are ineffective because alarm bells can go largely ignored by those living nearby.
However, audible alarms can be very effective in Neighbourhood Watch areas where there is more active monitoring of the local neighbourhood. They also provide a visual deterrent because thieves will not know if an audible alarm system is part of a more comprehensive security package.
The drawbacks of having no burglar alarm system installed can be dramatic, as crime figures show:
An intruder alarm system has electronic components designed to alert the user to any interloper. Sensors are connected to a control unit via low-voltage wiring or a wireless link. Shock sensors or magnetic reed contacts can indicate the opening of a door or window or motion detectors can detect movement through via passive infrared PIR. Systems can also incorporate fire, gas, flood or carbon monoxide alarm sensors.
The systems installed by Crown Securities UK are individually designed by our experienced engineers who have an extensive knowledge of home security systems and professional design backgrounds. Each system can be fully configured to the individual customer's needs. All our installations are guaranteed, and response alarm installation is carried out by trusted, highly qualified and security-vetted staff.
The wireless alert system is also portable, so it can move with you to your new home. It is also relatively easy to reinstall in a new home. Also, as there are no alarm cables to be cut or damaged, a wireless response alert is often much easier to maintain.