Security alarm monitoring and servicing why it might be a bad idea.
Have one Yale Wireless intruder alarm installed and you can monitor your own system free of charge and change your batteries and not have to pay a company for the privilege.
We have been installing since 1984 and if you look at the business security alarm installation it’s largely geared towards annual servicing and monitoring services which are paid for on a yearly basis. Both services are fine and useful, but do you really want to pay ongoing for a domestic installation? And if you do the maths just think about if you pay a monthly fee of £30 for the monitoring that would have cost you approximately the same price a security alarm would have cost to be installed by AD Alarms. At the time of writing, we install the full range of Yale intruder alarms but once again to be honest even if our customer has the economy HSA6410 Premium alarm system or the Yale IA 230 both with an auto dialler which contacts three telephone numbers on activation playing a recorded message providing the protection same protection with the more expensive systems do so in these economic times is it wise to spend a lot of money how much you’re getting in protection for what you’re paying.
Yale IA-230 Intruder Alarm fitted bny aproved AD Alarms
Yale IA-230 Intruder Alarm Plus Kit
As a professional installer with almost 35 years’ experience, my advice would be to a cost-effective basic alarm system and I believe Yale wireless alarms offer the best in this category. The customers can change their own batteries which they can buy from the local supermarket every year or when the control panel tells them they need changing. Also, if they put their own telephone numbers into the auto dialler effectively allowing family and friends to be their own free monitoring station.
Also, Yale alarms are very commonplace which is a good thing they are known by why many potential burglars which make the visual deterrent having the yellow Yale Alarm siren box outside is very big. Some people ask why I point out some counterproductive things regards making a profit from a company point of view and point potential customers towards the more cost-effective alarms and the answer is I just like to fair and offer good advice. There is nothing wrong with getting the more expensive systems which will have apps to tell you the status of your system also allowing the customer the ability to control their system by mobile phone but at the end of the day what you really need is an alarm which will put off burglars before they breaking and secondly to inform you, of course, good old traditional audible deterrent of a 118-decibel external siren and it’s 118-decibel internal siren also helps a lot.
I will also point out that even if you upgrade to one of the higher specification Yale Wireless Alarms, they are still very inexpensive in comparison to many other brands. People want friendly advice we are always happy to give it just make contact.
So to sum up if you want to splash the cash and pay more for your Yale Alarm system I wouldn’t say you’re doing a bad thing if you can afford it but don’t worry about buying a good quality more cost affective Yale Wireless Security Alarm we install on a regular basis.