North Wales burglar alarms installed by Crown Securities are fitted and maintained by NSI accredited experts.
Our intruder alarm systems include wired, wireless and hybrid home networks using the very latest technology.
You can enjoy complete peace of mind when it comes to the safety of your home and family throughout the North Wales region including Gwynedd and Conwy.
For free advice on the best way to protect your home or business contact Crown Securities (UK) Ltd on our Freephone number is 0800 019 1131.
We offer a quick response call-out service in North Wales, not only for systems installed by Crown Securities but those installed by other security firms as well.
Crown Securities serves all of North Wales, including Wrexham, Bangor, Flint, Denbigh, Conwy, Caernarfon, Rhyl, Porthmadog and Llandudno.
We are Gold Accredited NSI with more than 20 years experience in installing, maintaining and repairing Noth Wales burglar alarms, home security systems, CCTV cameras, security gates and door entry access points.
North Wales is not an official region of Wales but covers the areas around Wrexham, Rhyl, Colwyn Bay, Llandudno, and Bangor. It also takes in Snowdonia National Park and the island of Anglesey
The borders of North Wales are thought to be Ceredigion and Powys to the south with Shropshire and Cheshire to the east.
North Wales may not be considered a particular crime hotspot when it comes to house burglary or criminal damage to property, but neither are homes and businesses in the region exactly free of unwanted intruders.
According to crime and postcode data research and analysis platforms, there were 3,216 burglaries in the North Wales region in the 12 months to May. Over the same period, there were a recorded 6,506 incidents of criminal damage or arson.
This level of crime shows how it makes sense for anyone who cares about the security of their home or business to take measures to protect property against unwanted intruders.
Statistics hardly count for much either if it happens to be your home that has been burgled or your business that has been targeted by thieves.
A burglary can not only mean the loss of valuables and damage to your home or business it can also mean personal shock and trauma for victims of crime, who may no longer feel safe at home or work.
PoliceUK, which studies statistics on crime and policing in the UK, has found that not only that homes and businesses without security alarms in place are up to five times more likely to get burgled. Even worse is the fact that a burgled home or business is far more liable to be hit by thieves more than once.
North Wales Police has issued advice on burglary prevention which says: "Burglars will select their targets when they think they have the best opportunity to carry out the crime undetected, with the smallest number of obstacles, such as unoccupied or insecure homes and buildings."
They recommend that burglar alarms are installed and maintained by a company that is subject to inspection by a UKAS accredited body such as the National Security Inspectorate (NSI)
Even the simplest of security steps can make a big difference in keeping your home safe from burglary. The main ones, according to PoliceUK, are to: