The Absolut Intruder Alarm Systems, offer the first line of defence for your business property.
Absolut Security have you covered when it comes to securing any business premise. From design, installing high quality alarm systems and monitoring 24 hours a day. The systems are perfectly suited for all size businesses, from smaller and large scale premises. There are a range of insurance-graded systems, as well as the options for both wired and wireless alarm systems.
An intruder alarm system is not only there to inform of any unlawful access, but has been proven to be a deterrent to criminals, reducing the risk of being targeted.
Key features available include:
What type of systems are available for my business premises?
There are two main types of intruder systems – wired and wireless. The main differences between these are the grading of your system, the monitoring and also the detection connected to your system.
There are several factors to consider when choosing between the two types of system, but the Absolut technicians are there to design the perfect system.
What are the grades of intruder alarm systems?
Intruder Alarm Systems are graded depending on the level of protection is required in your premises. The systems are graded from 1 to 4 and is determined by a risk assessment, insurance stipulations or security consultants. A risk assessment will look at the contents of your business premises, as well as the building’s structure.
Grade 1 – Low Risk
Intruders are expected to have little knowledge of the alarm system and may be restricted to a limited range of easily available tools.
Grade 2 – Low to Medium Risk
Intruders are expected to have a little more knowledge of the alarm system and use a general range of tools and some specialist equipment.
Grade 3 – Medium Risk
Intruders are expected to be conversant with the intruder alarm system and have a comprehensive range of tools and portable electronic equipment.
Grade 4 – High Risk
To be used when security takes precedence over all other factors. Intruders are expected to have the resources to plan an intrusion in detail and have a full range of equipment. This includes the means to substitute vial components in the business alarm system.
Most commercial premises will require a grade 2 or 3 system. Grade 4 commercial alarm systems are usually specified for high value, high risk environments such as art galleries, jewellers and banks.