INTRUDER ALARM INSTALLATION EXPLAINED:
As a security specialist, WFP understands the importance of fortifying a premises against unwanted intrusions.
Failing to take adequate measures can leave a business massively out of pocket due to lost stock or equipment, whilst also resulting in an insurance claim being dismissed. Whether your commercial premises is small or large, here is the procedure WFP professionals will follow for your intruder alarm installation:
Site Survey: Following your enquiry, your building(s) will need to be evaluated to determine the level of security protection you require. A risk assessment will also be carried out to establish how likely you are to experience an intrusion due to the nature of your business, which will influence the level of cover you need.
System Design: WFP will then create a system design that’s compatible with your building’s specification and business’s needs. You’ll be presented with a quotation and recommendation that is best suited for you and your premises.
Installation: Once you’ve given us the go-ahead, WFP will schedule in the installation works with you and the engineers will get to work!
Commissioning: Once the installation is complete, we will commission the system to ensure it is operationally sound and compatible with the initial design.
Certification: This is the last phase of your intruder alarm installation. Once WFP engineers are happy (and you’re happy!) with the work carried out, you will be provided with a certificate of completion.
Maintenance: Your intruder alarm system is now in place! We’ll see you for your maintenance visits every six months (or every year, depending on your needs) to ensure your system is working as efficiently as it did when first installed. Should you need support in-between visits, we’ll be on the end of the phone 24/7 with the option of a call-out if needed.