Installing a home alarm system in your home or commercial property can provide you peace of mind, knowing that it is secure 24 hours a day. KRDC Electrical pride ourselves on being security experts with our PSA Licence. We have the knowledge and experience to design and install the most effective home security and business alarms to match your needs.
All our security systems are implemented in accordance with the Private Security Authority (PSA) stringent guidelines. In Ireland, the Government appointed Private Security Authority regulates all installers and it is important to ensure an installer has a PSA Licence.
We also use high-quality technology to reduce the likelihood of false alarms. KRDC Electrical always utilises leading industry brands to ensure customers achieve optimum results from their installation or upgrade such as HKC alarms.
Why Install an Intruder Alarm?
You’re less likely to become a victim of burglary if you have a well-fitted and well-maintained burglar alarm system. That means fitting one is a worthwhile investment.
The best alarm for your home or business depends on;
Intruder Alarm Systems
KRDC Electrical has installed & maintained a comprehensive range of burglar alarm systems for our customers over the last number of years. We have considerable knowledge of the latest intruder alarm system technologies available.
One of the top brands we work with is HKC which are a leading manufacturer of electronic intruder alarm equipment for professional installers in both Ireland and the United Kingdom.
Smart phone technology, onsite keypad, and a fob allows users to maintain control of their system.
Alarm monitoring is part of a complete home security system. We have a number of options to suit different home and business solutions. Below are a few considerations for an intruder or burglar alarm.
Smart home security
Smart home-security systems connect to your smartphone or tablet, so you will be alerted when your alarm is triggered. These systems also allow you to control your smart security from your phone, even when you’re away from home.
You will need a central hub that connects to all other compatible devices via wi-fi, in the same way that a standard alarm connects to sensors around your home.
Then it’s possible to connect elements to it, depending on which system you choose, including motion sensors, cameras, and lighting sockets. Smart systems costs can increase with the number of components added to it.