Protecting against either is a matter of importance, and making use of the highest quality equipment and systems on offer is a huge part of this process. As well as investing in a suitable, quality CCTV system, it is also vital that home and business owners invest in the most suitable and quality alarm systems.
Fire and theft are two of the most prevalent safety fears that alarm systems can protect homes and businesses against. Your premises, fixed assets and confidential information represent large capital investments, and damage to them or loss – regardless of insurance and replacement – can cause major disruption to business activities.
Although the possibility of crime or damage can not ever be completely removed, it is possible to greatly alleviate it through the installation of a home or business alarm system. Indeed, intruder alarms and fire alarms can go a long way to providing peace of mind, as well as compliance with insurance policy.
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What is an Alarm System?
An alarm system, as the name suggests, is a technical system that alerts the appropriate parties in the event of an emergency. Alarm systems, although relatively new in their modern form, are used universally by businesses looking to protect their physical and soft assets, as well as by homeowners looking to protect their personal property.
There are three main types of alarm system on offer: intruder (or burglar) alarm systems, fire alarm systems and combined security and fire alarm systems. Typically a system will divide the covered premises into a series of ‘zones’, each of which has its own monitoring devices. The number of zones required will be a factor in the price of the system.
Systems are available in wired or wireless versions and with various monitoring options for alerting the business owner when trouble occurs.
Why do I need an Alarm System?
Having an alarm system is important for a number of reasons. Safety is the foremost concern, and is the one that prompts most business or home owners to look into getting a system installed. However, there are other concerns that may lead to this process.
Already mentioned briefly, insurance concerns can be reason enough for businesses and homeowners to install an alarm system. For businesses in particular, having a good quality system is a good way to both reduce insurance costs and provide evidence in the event of an insurance claim. The same is true for homeowners, although as homes tend to be of less value than business premises, the need is reduced.