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Systems are smartphone and tablet device enabled so you can view, control and receive notifications remotely.
Misleading headline when you then read the section on alarms but the moral of the alarm story is do not install DIY off-the-shelf systems, make sure your existing alarm is regularly serviced and it is best to upgrade or install a new modern smartphone / monitored alarm system installed by a professional security system installer.
I admit it’s taken me many years to realise but if you own a business or looking to progress your career this is the best investment of your time.
It’s important to give honest experienced advice to each different installation so our customers receive a system which best meets their individual property requirements. No one system fits all!!
Stirling Alarms offer a security alarm fault-finding and repair service for homes and businesses throughout Central Scotland and especially the Stirling, Falkirk and Alloa areas.
Our engineers can work on the majority of problems on most types of security alarm systems, from common faults such as degraded wires and battery problems to alarm system refurbishments, we will endeavour to get your security alarm system working to full performance again.
If you have an existing alarm that requires maintenance or a repair our friendly job scheduling team are available to discuss the options.
We can be contacted via our website http://www.stirlingalarms.co.uk/home
A new www.stirlingweather.co.uk record high temperature of 32.3ºC was recorded on Thursday 28th June 2018.
Our previous high temperature was 29.0ºC in July 2013.
The highest all time recorded temperature in Scotland is 32.9ºC set in the Scottish Borders in 2003.
Always make sure your fire and safety detection is adequate and working.
For domestic premises we would recommend installing smoke and heat alarms from manufacturers such as AICO or Fireangel.
Fire detection devices should be installed as a minimum in hallways/landings(smoke), kitchen(heat) and daytime areas(smoke)(eg living rooms).
These devices should all interlink meaning when one device sounds the rest sound and ideally all alarms be mains operated and must have a battery back up.
Carbon Monoxide alarms should be fitted in every room that contains a solid fuel burning appliance. eg boiler, open fire, gas cooker.
More information on Carbon Monoxide detection rules.
Congratulations Loch Katrine on the official opening of the new Eco Camp.
Three of our Stirling Electrical Services team Greig, Murray and Alan have done an excellent job installing electric vehicle chargers over the past few days at The Lake of Menteith Hotel
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