Feeling safe and secure whilst in my home is vitally important to me.
Having your house protected whilst you are NOT home is great but what about when you ARE home? My biggest fear is being home when intruders/burglars break in and as this has happened to several friends and acquaintances of mine, I know, that it is by no means unusual, in fact I believe most burglars break in whilst you ARE home to gain access to safes, jewellery, cash and car keys.
That is where Crime Prevention come in, their Sitewatch system Gives you all of this:
24 hour CCTV monitoring – my CCTV is on a separate fob, I press A to switch on the cameras and B to turn them off. Having a separate fob means I can still move freely throughout the house and the outside is monitored. When I am home alone night or day I can press A which then means should anyone outside trigger the cameras the guys at CPS can see what is happening and there is also an outside speaker, so they have Audio in order to speak to the intruders and can tell them to leave the premises or inform them that the police have been called and that they are on camera.
For me this gives me total peace of mind, I never feel that I am on my own and I know that should the worst happen, then help is on its way. This to me is priceless. I also have a panic button which is mobile and on several fobs around the house. No one should think it won’t happen to them, we should all expect and prepare for this as you can be sure that you would definitely want this kind of security after an intrusion, but why leave it until then?
I have been a customer of CPS for many years and upon moving 6 years ago I had this new system installed and it is just amazing! CPS, being a family run business are excellent at that friendly individual, but outstanding service. All the staff that I have encountered are so professional and efficient and I cannot recommend them highly enough! When it comes to security and safety in your home you shouldn’t be asking can you afford it ? You should be asking can you afford not to?