Wired vs Wireless Commercial Intruder Alarm Systems
It’s the age-old debate in our line of work; wired or wireless for your commercial intruder alarm?
Both have their benefits and drawbacks. In our latest Link Alarms blog, we’ll tell you all you need to know about Wired and Wireless Commercial Intruder Alarm Systems.
At Link Alarms, we’ve had the community’s security at our heart since 1979. We’ll keep your businesses prize assets secure 24/7, 365 days a year.
Wired Commercial Intruder Alarms –
A Wired Commercial Intruder Alarm provides complete protection for your business. With a fully integrated intruder alarm system that helps to ensure your commercial premises, stock and equipment are monitored and protected 24/7.
At Link Alarms, we work with you to develop a Wired Commercial Intruder alarm system that meets your exact requirements. Deploying advanced intruder alarm and detection equipment for the ultimate in security.
A Link Alarms wired system not only detects intruders at the earliest opportunity but will also help to deter potential break-ins.
Moreover, all of our wired commercial intruder alarm systems come with SSAIB and UKAS certification as standard and are truly industry-leading.
Wireless Commercial Intruder Alarms –
Award-winning total security solutions with minimal mess and disruption are precisely what you can expect from a Wireless Commercial Intruder Alarm system from Link Alarms.
Advances in technology mean that you can have one eye on your business premises from the comfort of your own home.
Having a smartphone app linked to your Wireless Commercial Intruder Alarm system gives you full control of your security. Incorporating CCTV lets you view both internally and externally around your property, giving you the peace of mind your business security hasn’t been breached.
We are always happy to provide competitive maintenance packages on systems that haven’t originally been installed by Link Alarms. So don’t be concerned if your current alarm system wasn’t installed by us!
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