Home Alarm Systems

  • Sadly, burglaries happen. But by installing a Home Alarm systems burglar alarm you’re reducing the chances of becoming a victim of crime.
  • Our Home alarm Systems are not only reliable when called on, but act as a great deterrent too.

One size doesn’t fit all

  • We’ll never sell you standard off-the-shelf intruder alarms.
  • Your property and security requirements are unique to you, and that’s why at TMB our house alarms are designed to best suit your personal needs.

Control at your fingertips

  • It’s easy to manage your Police Response intruder alarm system through a stylish, simple to use touchscreen keypad.
  • Using large icons and a clear layout, it takes just seconds to carry out tasks like activating and disarming your system.

Types of burglar alarm

Firstly, you need to decide what you would like to happen when your alarm goes off:

  • Bells-only alarms make a noise, but don’t contact anyone (such as the police or you).
  • Dialler burglar alarms automatically dial your phone number, or that of nominated friends and family, when the alarm is triggered.
  • Smart home-security systems contact you or family members when the alarm goes off through a smartphone or tablet app.
  • A monitoring contract means you pay a company monthly or annually to take action or call the police if the alarm goes off.

Wireless alarm systems

  • The second decision you’ll need to make is whether to opt for a wireless alarm system or a traditional wired one.
  • Wireless alarms use battery-powered sensors that communicate with a control panel using radio signals.
  • These alarms tend to look nicer and are generally easier to install – you can often do it yourself.
  • You can easily add additional sensors, and removing the system when you move house is a lot less tricky than for wired versions.
  • However, wireless systems are usually more expensive, and you will need batteries for all components, such as the control panel and all sensors.

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