Intruder alarms for commercial properties differ significantly from those required for homes. For business security, the start point should always be risk management and crime prevention, as opposed to loss prevention.
Nowadays, insurance alone cannot recoup the losses that crime can cost a business. For example, if a computer is stolen, insurance will cover the cost of the actual computer (the Primary Cost), as well as Secondary Costs, such as damage sustained to the building. However, it is extremely difficult to quantify the Repercussion Costs, such as the value of the data on the computer and the loss of customer goodwill. In short, repercussion costs are uninsurable.
An intruder alarm is the first step to risk management. Most insurance companies also insist that business premises are protected by an intruder alarm system. Our qualified system designers can devise an insurance approved system for anything from a small shop right up to a high specification bank. Our designers understand insurance terminology and all the relevant BS/EN Standards and they are fully conversant with risk reports. If required, we will act as the intermediary between a business and the insurance company.
Our systems are designed to meet the customer's specific requirements and budget. They are installed by our skilled technicians and are SSAIB accredited. This accreditation offers an assurance that our company is 3rd party checked and audited to the highest standards.
Trelawney Fire & Security is dedicated to giving the service that we would like to receive ourselves. We pride ourselves in delivering a premium service to all our customers, whatever the job size. We understand that you have a business to run, so we take care to minimise any disruption, showing respect for your customers, employees and the property while we complete the installation process.
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