Securing your home with an intruder alarm system
Christie Intruder Alarms uses only the highest quality equipment and, like for like, won’t be beaten on price; we show all costs up-front so that you know at the outset how much it will be. We have been installing alarms for over 40 years and are fair and ethical in all our dealings. We also deliver an excellent after-sales service.
You may worry that having a burglar alarm installed will be intrusive. We genuinely respect the fact that we will be working in your home and take care to carry out the installation with the minimum disruption and inconvenience, and always clear up afterwards.
Our own qualified technicians are trained to install the system as sympathetically as possible, and concealing the wires is our particular specialism… read more about our employee training and development.
Reasons for installing a burglar alarm in your home
Burglars strike every 40 seconds and 44% of these take place during the hours of daylight but, more worryingly, 57% of the time there is someone at home during the robbery. It seems families with children are the most likely victims.
It’s a well known fact that burglars who target residential properties avoid houses with burglar alarms altogether (Source: The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) ‘Domestic alarms market research survey’).
It’s also well known that burglars often re-visit a property they’ve already successfully attacked. Surely, it’s better to be proactive and fit a burglar alarm to prevent a break-in, rather than reactive and fit one having been burgled?
Most insurance companies will offer a reduced premium for properties that have a professionally fitted NSI accredited burglar alarm. All CIA systems are NSI NACOSS Gold certified, the highest NSI accreditation (read more about our accreditations).
CIA operates throughout the South (our coverage), including Berkshire, Dorset, Surrey, West Sussex, Wiltshire in addition to the County where we’re based, Hampshire.
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