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Burglar Alarms

Having an alarm system fitted to your property will act as a major deterrent to opportunistic burglars.

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Burglar Alarms Systems

Your home is your refuge; the place where you and your family should feel safe and secure.

The only people allowed over your doorstep should be the ones you invite in, which is why a home security system is crucial in the fight against crime.

Studies of convicted thieves consistently show that the majority of burglaries are opportunistic and that burglars look for properties without an intruder alarm as nothing announces their presence more than bells ringing. 

We install burglar alarms across a wide area including Spalding, Peterborough, Stamford and Bourne.

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Burglar alarms are now more than a siren in the dark; they are all about cutting edge technology providing security systems to suit your needs.

This includes vibration sensing, passive infrared, hardwired, wireless and microwave sensing for your peace of mind.

And for extra vigilance, there is the option of having your burglar alarms connected to a third-party monitoring service for the protection and monitoring of your home when it is empty or only partially set.

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Texecom Burglar Alarms

We supply and install burglar alarms from leading manufacturers. Texecom Burglar Alarms are some of the highest quality and reliable alarms on the market today.

Texecom is Europe’s largest independent security alarm specialist providing bespoke design solutions that protect people and property throughout the world.

The installation of your burglar alarm will done by our fully qualified and experienced engineers who have over 30 years experience in the alarm industry.

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Burglar Alarms Maintenance

Post-installation will be given over to ensuring that you are comfortable with your system and know exactly how to operate it, regardless of how many elements there are to it.

To ensure burglar alarms are always working at their optimum level, it is recommended that a maintenance contract is taken out to cover all eventualities once your warranty has expired.

There are a number of packages available to suit all budgets and they are essential for the continued safety and security of your home.

These packages can include the cost of call-outs, parts and labour.

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Setting and Unsetting an Alarm

In this video we show you how to set and unset a Texecom alarm system at home. You can set the alarm using a code or a quick set button. Or using a key fob to set and unset the alarm system.

Frequently Asked Questions

A burglar alarm is designed to alert people in the event of a break-in. However, if everyone ignores the alarm, it will not be effective.

The best way to ensure that your alarm is effective is to have it professionally installed and to test it regularly. You should also make sure that your alarm is loud enough to be heard from a distance, and that it is visible from all angles.

If you do all of these things, then you can be confident that your alarm will help to deter burglars and keep your home safe.

Our home security systems are designed to be as versatile and convenient as possible. You can choose to set the entire system when you’re away from home, or just select certain areas that you want to be monitored.

For example, you might set the ground floor while you’re sleeping on the second floor. This way, you can move around freely without triggering the alarm. Or, if you have young children who are often coming and going, you can set the perimeter of your property but leave the interior unset.

Alarms are an important part of any home security system, but you may be wondering how many sensors you need to install in order to be properly protected. The answer may vary depending on the size and layout of your home, as well as your personal security needs.

However, a good rule of thumb is to install at least one sensor in every room that you want to protect. This will ensure that no matter where an intruder enters your home, the alarm will sound, alerting you and your security company to the situation.

You may also want to consider installing additional sensors in particularly vulnerable areas, such as windows and doors. By taking these precautions, you can help to ensure that your home is safe from intrusion.

When the power goes out, your alarm system will automatically switch to backup battery power. Most security systems have a backup battery that can last for several hours. If the power is out for an extended period of time, you may need to replace the backup battery.

If your alarm system is connected to a monitoring service, the monitoring centre will be notified if the power goes out and the backup battery is activated.

One common worry of pet-owners who also use an alarm system is whether or not their animals will set off the alarm when they’re away at work. The good news is that, in most cases, pets won’t set off your alarm. Most home security systems are designed to ignore small movements, like those made by a cat or dog.

Yes it is possible to view your cameras from virtually anywhere, as long as there’s a broadband connection or mobile phone signal. You can view the pictures recorded by your cameras on a TV or even view your cameras using a smart phone.

The debate between wireless and wired burglar alarms has been going on for years, with no clear winner. There are pros and cons to both types of systems.

Wireless systems are usually easier to install, since there’s no need to run wiring through the walls. They’re also less likely to be hampered by power outages, since they run on batteries. On the other hand, wired systems are often cheaper, and they’re more difficult for burglars to disable.

Ultimately, the best type of alarm system is the one that best meets your needs. If you’re looking for an easy-to-install system that won’t be affected by power outages, a wireless system is probably your best bet. But if you’re looking for a more affordable option that’s tamper-resistant, a wired system may be a better choice.

Unmonitored alarms rely on the occupants of the premises to take action when the alarm is triggered. This can be problematic as many people do not know how to respond appropriately when an alarm is activated.

In addition, unmonitored alarms may not be effective in deterring intruders as they are aware that there is no one monitoring the alarm. For these reasons, it is generally recommended that alarms are monitored by a professional security company.

Monitored alarms provide peace of mind as you know that someone will be alerted if the alarm is triggered. This can help to significantly reduce the risk of theft or damage to your property.

Intruder alarms are designed to be easy to use, so that you can quickly and easily secure your home or business in the event of an emergency.

Most alarms have a simple control panel that allows you to set the alarm and turn it on or off with the push of a button.

Some alarms also have an automatic arming feature that will automatically activate the alarm when you leave the premises. In addition, many intruder alarms now come with mobile apps that allow you to control the alarm remotely, so you can arm and disarm the system even when you’re not at home.


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