We can provide full Home Security solutions including alarms, fire protection and CCTV solutions which can be either stand-alone or can be designed to interact with your Home Automation System.


Integrating your security into your network means you can be alerted immediately via phone or email if there is something untoward happening in or around your home. Some systems are capable of constantly monitoring your home’s interior and exterior camera’s using your TV screens as a display, so you can keep an eye on your property whichever room you’re in. They can also allow you to view your security cameras and make changes to the system from wherever you are in the world, over an IP based system. With the Technology of networked CCTV Systems, it is possible to view and record both internally and externally your property whilst you are at work or on holiday, from any secure internet connection.

Detection and Lighting

Detectors around your property can be installed to trigger security lighting and can be recorded to track movement around the property. Security lighting can be stand alone or integrated into any system including Crestron and Rako, this benefits the customer because they can have there outdoor scene lighting double up as security lighting.

Gate Entry

Gate entry gives you peace of mind that no one can just walk in and around your property, integration into your automation system also gives you control via a maglock system to side gates and normal electric system for main gates. Gate entry cameras can be installed along with intercom so that you are never letting anyone in you do not know and also a pin code system can be put in place for extra security. Gate entry is available with many systems including Crestron and Elan.

Away Mode

An away mode can be set when an integrated cctv-automation system is in place that can turn lights on and off and open and close blinds or curtains in the property to simulate a person’s presence.

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