New Year, New Security
Posted on 7th January 2019 by Wilson Alarm Systems Blog
During the arrival of a new year, many of us begin making positive changes, including changes to our homes. If you’ve been meaning to update your home security for a while, let this little guide be the sign you‘ve been waiting for to get the job done.
Wireless Alarm Systems
Wireless alarm systems offer relative flexibility to ensure you can tailor your security system to your requirements. With a wireless alarm system, you can add and expand the system by adding additional alarm detectors to deter intruders, as well as benefit from a hassle-free installation with minimal mess.
Closed-circuit television or CCTV is regularly used on commercial premises, but is also popular with homeowners.
CCTV is a great deterrent to burglars and cameras may be used alone or together. Another great advantage of CCTV is that you will benefit from full planning and design to ensure your that your cameras are placed in a position that not only complies with the Data Protection Act, but also offers great protection to your property.
Access control systems offer great levels of security and are often used by businesses to monitor who is leaving and entering a building.
There are various ways access control systems can be used, including biometric reading services, key fob entry and smart card technology. The type of system used by a company will depend on the budget available and individual requirements of the company.
Access control systems use the latest technologies and must be fitted by experienced technicians to ensure they work correctly for maximum security.
Wilson Alarm Systems
Here at Wilson Alarm Systems, we offer a wide variety of security systems for both domestic and commercial properties. Established in 1988, our technicians work to the highest standards, covering Leicester, Hinckley and Market Harborough.
For more information on our services, please call our friendly team today on 0116 245 3030 or send your enquiry through to our online contact form.