Digital Key Safes

Key safes are small, secure containers with a mechanical or electronic combination lock, inside which you can hide a key for those who are authorised to use it. They are ideal for leaving a key for a tradesperson or visitor if you are unable to be there to give them access. Key safes are particularly useful for care workers who tend to the needs of the frail or elderly in their own homes. The combination can be changed easily.

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  • Mr T xxxxxxx Portsmouth, Hampshire

    The service we receive is excellent and always has been.

  • Mr Johnstone, Priory School Southsea, Hampshire

    Another great job – Many thanks.

  • Mr Lockton – Rowlands Castle, Hampshire

    Prompt service, helpful technicians, no attempt to sell us a ‘modernised’ alarm system.

  • Mrs Ann Nash Woking, Surrey

    When I ring I speak to a real person who takes time to find my details and so can speak to me as an individual.  This personal contact is invaluable.

  • J M Sewell Chichester, West Sussex

    CIA is well run and the equipment installed is always first class.

  • Mr A W***** Fareham, Hampshire

    Whilst considering a security system installation, we noticed alot of properties in the area that had CIA alarm boxes installed and when we asked some local people about them, we discovered that CIA was a local well established company that had a good reputation. We’re pleased that we chose CIA as they have proven this […]

  • Ms J Sxxxx Portchester, Hampshire

    Any problems were sorted out. Very helpful, friendly technician who didn’t complain when my toddler wanted to help.

  • Mr A Dxxxxxx Chichester, West Sussex

    The same technician has serviced our system several times.  He knows us and he knows the system.  Always helpful, friendly, cheerful and professional.

  • Mrs Nxxxx Westbourne, Hampshire

    Delightful and very helpful young man, and please can he come again!

  • Mrs P Wxxx Waterlooville, Hampshire

    One employee was the one who liaised with me every time I rang, rather than being passed from pillar to post.