News: Window Alarms at KDG

Posted on 28th November 2019

With the festive season  fast approaching and everyone spending their hard earned money on presents, people tend to forget about their home security. Crime and burglary is on the increase and at Keymer double glazing we can now offer the latest technology window intruder alarms, we have a shock sensor which works if the window is hit in any way, or a contact sensor which works if the window is opened. These can also be set if your in the house or have small children upstairs playing in their rooms as well.

 

We also offer a hard wire door bell which links to your mobile or tablet , you can also have a live feed to your device

 

Many Thanks

Steve Smith

Sales Manager

Keymer Double Glazing Ltd.
39 Victoria Road,
Burgess Hill,
West Sussex.
RH15 9BL
Tel:-01444 246051 Ext:-205
web.www.keymerdoubleglazing.co.uk

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