Home Security in Glasgow

Based in Hamilton, covering Glasgow & Central Scotland
More than 20 years experience in the security industry
SSAIB & FIA approved security company you can trust
Great systems & great services at affordable prices

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Protect your home in Glasgow

To sleep soundly, you need peace of mind. You need to know that what you value most-your home and your family, are safe and secure. According to statistics, homes without alarm systems are three times as likely to be broken into than those that do. The facts are security systems are effective in preventing loss of life and protecting property.

Being SSAIB Regsistered, assures you that you will receive graded security equipment from top security manufacturers such as Honeywell and Pyronix, which would be installed to a very high standard with great aftercare services.

All our home security systems in Glasgow can inorporate smoke detectors (both wired and wireless systems) for added peace of mind.

If your looking to secure your property then you have found a company you can trust. You can browse our site to find out more about our products and services or if you have any questions or would like to receive a security survey of your home then please contact us.

Bells Only - GOOD
Bells only intruder alarm systems are burglar alarm systems that are not connected to any communication devices. Should a bells only system be activated the system would alert yourself or neighbours and hopefully be enough to scare of a burglar.

Speech/Text Dialler - BETTER
Speech/text diallers are connected into your telephone line. If your alarm is triggered the dialler will call or text (or both depending on the system) programmed telephone numbers alerting of the activation. The telephone numbers are chosen by the user.

Police Response - BEST
For Police Response your system has to be installed with conformation meaning 2 devices have to be triggered. When this happens a signal is sent to a alarm receiving centre (ARC) who will then call the police with details of a confirmed alarm.