Burglary crime is on the increase across South Yorkshire, with 5,472 burglaries reported between April and August alone in 2018. (Source: UK Crime Stats)
Norcroft Energy can install a range of security systems including intruder alarms, CCTV, security lighting, door access and video door access. All very effective ways of keeping your property safe by deterring unwanted visitors.
Studies reveal that it is far less likely that you will become the victim of a burglary if you have a correctly fitted and well maintained burglar alarm. An alarm can deter intruders, interrupt a break in and provide you with peace of mind that your property is protected, 24 hours a day.
Norcroft install reliable and effective multi-zone alarms and sensors to secure your property. We install systems to suit all budgets from a simple domestic to a sophisticated monitored system. Some of the alarm features include:
- Pet friendly, door, movement and smoke sensors
- Panic fobs
- User friendly systems
- UK manufactured
- Upgrades, maintenance and servicing packages
- Explained thoroughly by engineer so customer is happy and understands
There is no doubt that alarm systems help keep us safe but adding property surveillance can improve this even more. CCTV has historically been more commonly used in the workplace. However, more and more homeowners are now looking to have CCTV installed for added security. Three key benefits of having a Closed Circuit Television System (CCTV) installed are:
- Increased deterrent – CCTV systems are a great deterrent. Once burglars realise your property is protected by CCTV they are more likely to walk away.
- Increased detection – If you are unfortunate enough to be a victim of crime, CCTV systems will capture this and the chances of identifying and convicting the burglar are much higher.
- Remote monitoring – All CCTV systems can be linked to the internet to allow you to see what is happening at your property, even when you are not there.
Professionally installed security lighting outside your property can be highly effective in deterring unwanted visitors. Movement in the detection area will trigger the light, illuminating the area. We will visit your property and recommend the best lights and positions for your security lights to be installed.
Door Access/Video door access
A door entry system provides a controlled and secure admission to visitors in your home, apartment block or business premises.
Norcroft can install a system which meets the specific needs of your property, from a door intercom system to a video system where you can see the visitor before granting them access into the building. Door access systems put you in control and help minimise the risk of unwanted visitors.
If you’re considering increasing the level of security you have at your home or business, we will happily visit your property and discuss the different options available to you. Contact Norcroft today for a free no-obligation quote.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I have my alarm serviced?
It is important to keep your security system maintained to give you complete peace of mind, knowing that your system is protecting you and your property. At Norcroft, we recommend you have your alarm serviced once a year. This service will check all sensors in the property, the battery back up should you have a power cut, and the siren to ensure everything is in full working order. By getting your Alarm System serviced once a year, you can be confidant that it will work when needed.
How do I access my CCTV when I’m away from the property?
You can watch your cameras from any device which is connected to the internet e.g. iPads, iPhones, Tablet, Computers and Laptops.
Do the surveillance cameras work in the dark?
Yes, Norcroft only install infrared cameras. This means they will record in both the day and during the night.
How do I know the right level of security for my property?
Norcroft will conduct a site survey at your property and recommend the options available to you. The level of security you decide on might be dependent on the level of crime in your area.