Alarm Installation & Design in Yorkshire

We can offer graded alarm solutions for your insurer’s needs. Wired or wire free we have a system that will ensure the safety of your home or business and ensure that the system can adapt and upgrade to suit the changing needs of your home business.

Our alarms can communicate to an alarm receiving centre and they will funnel response to our manned control centre or directly to the client as required, with networked alarm panels we can set and unset your alarm from our control room meaning that when your staff leave, we can alarm the building as the last person leaves. We can then monitor overnight, checking activations via the camera network or an agreed response package, emailing reports to you daily meaning that you and your staff avoid call outs in the middle of the night.

As an SSAIB accredited firm for intruder alarm installations we can certificate and maintain your alarm for insurance standards and ensure that in the event of your alarm being needed it is doing the best possible
Couple this with external sensors as required and smart phone apps to keep you up to date we are confident that we can solve your alarm issues.

Yes, most alarm systems can be taken over by Humber Security Services, the small minority that cannot mean that we would need to change out either the control panel and/or the detection equipment. We can provide you with a free site survey and quotation.

With the dedicated app, you can not only set and unset, but you are able to control lighting, garage doors and gates all from within the app, and if you have CCTV view your cameras.

No, our engineers work with you ensuring that disruption is kept to a minimum, and along with our wireless systems, mess is kept to a minimum.

Address:
Humber Security Services Ltd
5 Malton Street
Hull
HU9 1BA

Phone: 01482 235 050
Email: admin@humbersecurityservices.com

Wireless and wired systems

Covering the sites others cant

Text alerts/smart device access

Keyless entry via keypad/biometrics/fobs

Local - based in Yorkshire