Securacom4security, a Leeds-based alarm security company has introduced a new range of two-way voice monitored alarms thanks to its investment in new technology.
Anthony Carney, Securacom4security’s head of engineering and development states: ‘We have developed the technology to offer homeowners and business-owners with a security solution that provides real-time security and protection, whilst at the same time gives maximum privacy for the user.”
The company claims interest for its two-way voice monitored alarm systems has already generated enquiries from customers wishing to upgrade they traditional burglar alarms.
Two-way voice monitoring is nothing new in the US and some European countries. However, Securacom4security states UK homeowners and business-owners have also started to see the real benefits offered by two-way voice monitoring when compared to those offered by traditional bells-only systems.
The difference between two-way voice monitoring systems and traditional burglar alarms is primarily in the way an alarm is responded to. Bells-only alarms systems are completely dependent on someone hearing the alarm and choosing to react. The downside to this type of alarm is nowadays when people hear a burglar alarm ringing they immediately think it’s a false alarm. Two-way voice monitoring systems however are connected to an alarm-receiving centre, which means in the event of the alarm system being activated someone will automatically respond within seconds.
An additional benefit associated with two-way voice monitored alarms includes the reduction of false alarms. Plus, if needed, the alarm-receiving centre will call the emergency services.
“Nowadays, a two-way voice monitoring alarm system can cost the same as a traditional bells-only alarm, with the only real difference in cost being the monthly monitoring fee, which can be as little as £0.70p per day – less than a cup of coffee.
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