Traditional Build with Floorboards Before the installation.
Installation of Alarm Cables We lift the carpets and floorboards to allow installation of the cables. Cables are ran under the floorboards where your electrics and water pipes ect. are.
No Wires No Mess No Damage After the installation. No wires No mess No damage.
Modern Houses New houses do not use floorboards like traditional houses, they are usually large sheets of MDF designed never to be lifted.
MDF Flooring We cut a small channel in the MDF board to allocate the alarm cable so that it is level with the floor and will not be felt underfoot.
Seamless Once the carpets have been re fitted and we have vacuumed up, it looks exactly the same as it did before.
Original Corner The corner of the room before the PIR sensor is installed.
Cable in Place The corner of the room after the cable is in place.
Sensor in Place The Final Result - The PIR Sensor in place - No mess - No damage - No cable showing.
Before the Installation The outside of the property before the bell box is installed.
After the Installation We bring the cable out of the attic and install the bell box over the cable.
Close Up The end result is the Bell box only - No cable showing - No damage - No mess.
Alarm Panel Normally we would install the main alarm panel (the heart of the system) in an airing cupboard, fitted wardrobe or in the attic.
Running the Cables Every single component of the alarm system has a cable, from the device and terminates at the alarm panel.
Hidden away The alarm panel is in a central location allowing access to all areas of the property. It has 240v mains supply with a lead acid battery backup.
Keypad Keypads allowing full set or three different part sets. Upto 2 minutes entry and exit time. Full screen and keypad illumination.
PIR Sensor We install our PIR sensors on a bracket, so that they can easily be repositioned or moved by the owner for decorating ect.
Bell Box Exterior bell boxes, highly visible day or night, two blue LED lights, a power cell, a strobe, a siren and a tamper circuit.