Intruder Alarms & Detection Systems

Intruder Alarms for Businesses

Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire & London

An important part of any security system is an intruder alarm system, where in the event of a security breach, you are alerted and can take action accordingly.

For businesses, this means having peace of mind that even when a business unit is unoccupied (e.g. outside of working hours,) business owners or managers can be assured any security risk will still be managed.

Business alarm systems can range from a standalone unmonitored alarm and detection system, and scale up to integrated, remotely monitored site-wide systems with immediate police response.

Amthal generally recommends businesses that require an alarm system choose a monitoring service option. Alarms connected to a monitoring service are the most effective and can even be a requirement of insurance companies providing cover. Opting for a remotely monitored alarm, where activation signals are sent to a monitoring centre, ensures Police are contacted on your behalf in the event of a confirmed activation (subject to your system meeting the requirements of the Police response to security systems policy.)

Signals can also be filtered for false activations, avoiding the risk of losing Police response to your alarm.

Amthal Fire & Security is certified by the Security Systems and Alarms Inspection Board (SSAIB) to design, install and maintain Intruder Detection Systems, so you know you will get a high standard of service and expertise.

An intruder alarm system for your business, when designed by Amthal, will always take into consideration the needs of your business, putting your business operations front and centre by ensuring a system is effective yet easy to use. To determine this, we offer free, no-obligation site surveys to assess your business’ needs, and take that information into the design, installation and management processes. 

To see how Amthal can support with intruder alarms for businesses, get in touch using the contact form below, by free phone on 0800 093 7818 or email.