NSWUK, a UK security company that provides CCTV, alarm systems and new security solutions has stressed the importance of systems being kept up to date.
The company has said that according to recent studies, over 30% of call outs are caused by alarm systems that are not kept up to date.
Alarm systems have become much easier to monitor and operate thanks to technological advancements, which is crucial for community safety.
“The new technology we have in security today is incredible, you can now keep an eye on your home, garage or any building in real time at all times, but this means that the new systems in place will need some extra care,” said Chris Boyd at NSWUK.
It has always been crucial to maintain property security systems, such as access control, video surveillance and intruder alarms, carefully and completely.
The safety of people, property, operations and data is jeopardised when a building’s security fails and the results can be disastrous.
“Working with more recent, sophisticated systems has been so rewarding,” said Boyd.
“There are countless advantages to choosing these more advanced systems. In addition to safety, this will make assisting the local authorities much simpler and faster.”
The process of preventative maintenance is sending a qualified technician to evaluate security systems that have been installed, are under professional installer supervision, or are managed.
Service visits can often be scheduled up to four times a year, depending on the systems in place at the location, each contract is customised to meet your needs as a business.
Purchasing a maintenance contract guarantees that all equipment is maintained and that a qualified engineer will be dispatched right away in the unlikely event that a service fault occurs.