No – It’s normally just a matter of entering a four digit code or presenting a fob whenever you want to set it.
Yes you can, your alarm keypad will have the ability to alarm different zones meaning that a garage and/or lower floor of your property can be alarmed whilst you are upstairs at night.
An external sounder (bell box) to be compliant to the current standards means that it can only ring for 15 minutes to avoid any nuisance to your neighbours. An internal sounder will ring for 30 minutes before the system automatically resets itself. The alarm will only ring for a pre-programmed length of time before silencing and re-arming itself. If you are there you just enter your code to stop it.
When entering the property typically you will have between 20-30 seconds to reach the keypad and unset the alarm system.
Yes. When you return you will notice the external strobe light flashing, to warn you that there may potentially be danger in the house. Also the keypad will bleep differently to normal when you open the entry door.
Yes, the alarm system is fitted with a backup battery. For the system to be compliant to current standards the alarm must be able to stay powered up for at least 12 hours, our systems will stay active for 15+ hours in the event of a power cut.
Yes, depending on what options you choose to go for we can supply you with a police URN to enable police response in the event of an alarm activation.
If you are thinking of adding an additional member of the family in the future please inform a member of our team. Pet tolerant detectors can be fitted meaning that an alarm can be set without a small pet activating the system.