Services in London
Sicuro has been the leading provider of security system services in
London since 2012. Alongside working with prestigious clients such as
Crown Estates in Regents Park, Redrow Homes, Bellway and Taylor
Wimpey, our London security system installers are particularly honoured
to have had the opportunity to work on the incredible
transformation of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Stadium.
Security System Installers London
Sicuro’s security system installers in London are happy to take on your project, whether on a small ad-hoc basis or as part of a longer term security development strategy for a large construction site. Our security system services London wide team cover all postcode areas within the capital and can conduct a free site security assessment before you commit to a security contract with us. As all of our contracts are bespoke, so you’ll only be paying for the type of security you really need.
Construction Site Security in London
Sicuro offers a range of products and services to ensure that your site is locked down, and that any vulnerabilities are dealt with. Any type of construction site security in London can benefit from the installation of a visually verified wireless alarm system, which is remotely monitored 24/7 from a manned station. If a genuine security breach occurs, then a SIA approved responder will attend your site, backed up by the local authority when required.
Scaffold Alarm Security in London
Of course, scaffolding is a key target for thieves who look to rip it down and sell it, or else use it as a means to gain entrance to your building. This is why scaffold alarm security in London is essential and Sicuro uses a top of the range dual PIR detector system with inbuilt camera as a superior solution. This is also monitored remotely from our manning station ensuring that a security team is only dispatched in the case of verified security breaches.
Vacant Property Alarms in London
Landlords in the capital can achieve peace of mind that their vacant properties won’t be the target of squatters or vandals. As vacant property in London figures are on the increase, it’s important to be prepared by erecting security signage, using a video verification alarm system and even a siren blasting out at 120Db to warn any potential intruders away.
Virtual Guard System in London
If you need your site to be patrolled, then utilising a virtual guard system in London will save you up to 80% of the cost of a London-weighted salary for a human security guard. Instead, the virtual guard model works by using wireless surveillance cameras to remotely monitor your site at pre-agreed times. Unlike human guards who might be late to work, or call in sick, you can be assured that the virtual guard system is more efficient and more effective than the human alternative.
Site Patrols in London
In situations where you would prefer a SIA approved operative to visit the scene, we can arrange for site patrols in London to be carried out by our mobile team. Physical patrols do act as a deterrent to criminals and are especially effective when used in conjunction with one of our technical security systems.
Fire Systems in London
Fire represents a real threat to any construction site or vacant property. This is why our wireless fire systems in London are an absolute necessity to protect your premises. Our robust system can operate on batteries alone and may be used as a standalone product or alongside any of our other solutions installed by our London security system installers.
Commercial Drones in London
As part of a risk assessment approach to securing your premises, commercial drones in London can fly over the top of your site and take aerial pictures and footage for assessment purposes. These drones are also able to carry out non-security-related tasks such as site surveys, which can be used for marketing or keeping investors updated on the progress of a construction project.
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