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Intruder Alarm Maintenance
The Police for Type A security systems and depending on insurance requirements your insurance company for Type B security systems require that an intruder alarm system is properly maintained and serviced by a certificated company, at Barrs we are SSAIB certified and offer a full range of servicing and maintenance for both domestic clients and commercial in line with DD263, our minimum term contract starts at only 12 months. 

Barrs Security (Locksmiths) UK Limited is commited to providing a high standard of service.
We are also happy to take over your existing alarm systems maintenance fitted/provided by another company provided that the system is under 5 years old and is manufactured by Texecom, Visonic and Risco Agility, it maybe that you have not received the service you expected from the previous maintenance company or just looking for a cheaper alternative, our aim is to give you a good quality service at an affordable price. We will always send an engineer to assess the existing system to ensure it is up to date prior to offering a contract and provide you with an estimate for any additional works.
Because we only service systems that are under a service agreement you can rest assured that your system will be maintained to a high standard. We will not carry out any extra maintenance works on your alarm system without your prior approval so you can always be in control of the cost's.

Maintenance (inspections and tests) include the following:
i) tamper detection;
ii) setting and unsetting;
iii) entry and exit procedures;
iv) power supplies;
v) functioning of detectors and/or hold-up devices;
vi) operation of warning devices;
vii) operation of Alarm Transmission Systems.


SSAIB certificated companies must:


Install and maintain equipment to relevant British and European Standards.


Comply with SSAIB’s Code of Conduct


Have a reasonable trading history


Subject personnel to security vetting to British Standard BS 7858


Have suitable premises and vehicles


Employ individuals with relevant training


Provide 24 hour emergency cover (if applicable)


Have company procedures and be protocol inspected & assessed