Security Alarm Systems
Security alarm systems are the priority in the hierarchy of security. From small stores to multi-chain retail stores, to warehouses, Progressive Communications can help reduce the risk to your business, employees and stock with the latest in alarm technology. Whether you need a new, tailored alarm system, or an upgrade to your existing security system, we have solutions to suit all needs, requirements, and budgets.
At Progressive Communications, we understand that peace of mind is the most important goal of all business owners. Therefore we not only provide a quality security solution, tailored to your needs. We also provide ongoing maintenance and monitoring of your business alarm.
Key Benefits of Alarm Systems
With over 11 years of experience in business security, Progressive Communications’ expert security specialists understand no two premises are the same. So, a one-size-fits-all solution is not the answer. Instead, we will audit your property and provide you with a carefully tailored security system to suit the needs of your business. As a result, our business alarms systems:
Can help deter trespassers, vandals, and theft?
Provide peace of mind, allowing you to leave your premises without worry.
Help improve employee and customer safety.
May lower insurance costs, saving you money in the long run.
Reduce the risk that you, your staff, and your business will be victims of crime.
Types of Security Alarms
When installing an alarm system, you need to consider what areas you need to cover and what devices you will require to cover each zone. Below are some of the systems we recommend for business security.
also known as PIRs, generally cover areas of 10-11ms. They are cost-effective and cover large areas.
these magnetic contacts for doors and windows are used on the perimeter of a building. When the reed and magnet separate as an intruder tries to enter, the open circuit triggers an alarm.
hold up or panic buttons are ideal in the retail sector, they allow employees who feel threatened to press a discrete button that will result in immediate police action.
are especially important if you have a safe. These sensors trigger an alarm if they detect heavy vibrations, such as those from a drill or jackhammer.
a requirement for all businesses, retail spaces, and warehouses. Specialised business alarm smoke detectors connected to an alarm system that immediately alerts the fire brigade.
Alarm Communication Types
Modern alarm systems can communicate events to you in a variety of ways. While in the past PSTN (landlines) were primarily used, these are being phased out in favour of the NBN. Common communication types include: