Alarm & security systems installation, maintenance and repairs
Fort Cox Locksmiths & Access Control supply and install intruder alarms (burglar detection) and home security systems in Norfolk / Suffolk in Diss, Norwich, Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds and local areas.
Whether you require a wired or wireless intruder alarm / security system, we are happy to supply you with a very competitive no obligation quotation.
All parts and labour are guaranteed for at least 12 months from installation.
As electrical engineers as well as property security system installers, Fort Cox Locksmiths & Access Control have been installing and maintaining burglar alarm systems in homes and commercial properties for many years.
Do not wait to become the next victim of the burglar in Norfolk or Suffolk, protect your property with a customised alarm / security system from Fort Cox Locksmiths & access control.
The technology behind home security as moved on beyond just an intruder alarm system, home security systems now have the ability to monitor for flood and fire as well as incorporate your CCTV system, We can even supply Passive infra-red (PIR) detectors that can take a still image when triggered to send to your smart phone, this technology almost eliminates false alarms from detection, allowing you to raise the alarm knowing beyond reasonable doubt that your home
is being attacked.
We are official partners and installers of Ajax wireless home security systems which can be expanded to detect fire and flood as well as integrating with security camera installations.
We can fit many different brands of alarm / security systems, so we are bound to find a system that best suits your home security requirements.
If your alarm sounds during a storm or when the power is interrupted this is usually due to the battery no longer being charged and requires changing this is something that we can do part of a service.
We service all types and brands of intruder alarm / security systems in Diss, Norwich, Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds and local areas, to ensure that they are kept in a good working order to eliminate nuisance alarming and ensuring that your home security system works correctly when you need it most.