intruder alarm
Jackson Fire & Security recently provided new security equipment including a new intruder alarm to the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffalo’s for their new Grand Lodge in Wetherby. Our Leeds branch installed a new door intercom system which is ideal for a small office space and provides two way speech, a coded access keypad, an electronic call tone and lock release facility. As part of this security solution Jackson Fire & Security also installed two IP CCTV cameras with an accompanying network video recorder to store the footage. The CCTV cameras installed offered the organisation a cost-effective user-friendly system able to record in high quality. The last piece of the security puzzle for the site was the installation of a robust intruder alarm. Jackson Fire & Security installed a grade 2 wireless intruder alarm system. Installing a wireless system allowed for minimum disruption and a grade 2 system is recognised and approved by commercial insurers. A DualCom DigiAir system was also integrated with the intruder alarm to provide a remote monitoring service sending a signal to an Alarm Receiving Centre so the premises is always being monitored 24/7. The Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffalo’s dates back to 1822 near Drury Lane Theatre in London. They strive to work towards a better understanding of the needs of their community. The principal aims of the organisation are friendship, charitable works, social activity, mutual support and care. Since the order began, they have given to charity in a big way donating thousands to many different appeals, most recently supporting the British Heart Foundation in 2019. Formed in 1991, Jackson Fire & Security has built a reputation for quality, reliability and service, and is NSI gold-accredited for fire and security systems. Jackson Fire & Security employs over 50 people across branches in North Wales, North West England, Yorkshire, Teesside, the Midlands, Cambridgeshire and Surrey. Find out more about the RAOB here:

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