Monitored Alarm Systems
For most business and commercial premises, intruder alarm systems will be remotely monitored with police response available.
However, if you have business premises that is deemed to be low risk of burglary, an audible alarm or a self-monitored alarm system (typically a push notification to a smart device app when the alarm is triggered) is probably acceptable for your insurers.
In either case, the intruder alarm and the installer need to be compliant with insurance requirements and police criteria – this is imperative.
Types of Monitored Alarm Systems for Businesses
Depending on setup requirements, alarm signalling communications equipment will take the form of Radio GSM/GPRS or IP technology – or a combination of both when Dual Path Signalling is an insurance requirement.
To guarantee you’re being given the right alarm system to match your business’s needs, make sure that when choosing your security provider, they have the industry experience and professionalism to ensure the service they’re providing is to the exacting standards required by all parties concerned.
If you’re ever unsure, case studies and testimonials are a good place to start when checking the quality of the provider; the level of communication and their transparency while engaged in the work, and their ability to provide clear details and reports of the level of work carried out, will also be key indicators.
At Brook Security, we’ve been specialising in the installation and maintenance of security and alarm systems including monitored alarm systems for many years. We always consider the latest technology, and we strive to provide you with a bespoke service that perfectly fits with your business needs and security goals.
To find out more about acquiring the best monitored alarm system for your business, we have a specialist team who are always on-hand to advise.