The Alarm Company are leaders in electronic security and fire detection.

Formed in 1992 originally by Steve Dann and Richard Taylor the company started from humble beginnings, named by Steve’s daughter, The Alarm Company steadily added to their client base and built up their support team. Having achieved NSI Gold approval in 1994 in Intruder and Fire Alarms, CCTV and Access Control Systems, BS EN ISO 9001: 2015 quality management certification we have continued a growth pattern based on supplying quality products and services at competitive rates.  Steve sadly retired due to ill health in 2007 and Richard continued the legacy they had both started and still continues to this day.

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We are a leading installer of Electronic Security and Fire Systems and our portfolio continues to grow year on year.

Our aim is customer satisfaction, where we excel in every area.  Using leading brands from TexecomPaxtonHikvisionHochiki and Advanced Electronics we strive to provide technology lead systems.

We have BAFE SP203 approval for the design, installation and maintenance of Fire Detection and Alarm Systems.

We want you to be comfortable that you have chosen the right Company to secure your most cared for possessions.  Having been in business for over 29 years, you can be confident we have the experience you need, and the security this provides. We aim to build your trust and always look for long term customer satisfaction. To do this we will provide you with tried and tested market leading products, installed buy highly competent fully trained staff who have your interests first and foremost in their minds. We want you to be happy and we will make sure we go to every effort to achieve this goal.  If you have an existing security or fire detection system which was installed by another supplier, you can benefit from our expertise. Many customers are switching every month to The Alarm Company and trusting us with their monitoring and on-going maintenance.

average citizens are caught on CCTV cameras 300 times a day.