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When you choose Shergroup Security as your integrated security provider, you are choosing a company with heritage and integrity.

You’ve invested a lot in your business, and you’ve built it up to be the best it can be in terms of resources and reputation. Consider installing or upgrading a commercial security system to secure your organisation and its assets as a logical next step.  Securing your business with a professionally installed alarm security system will put your mind at ease knowing that you have every possible avenue covered.

Installing an alarm system is one of the most efficient and cost-effective measures for businesses of all sizes to maintain safe and secure workspaces. Both homes and businesses can benefit from having an alarm system, but commercial and residential systems aren’t the same. Video cameras can serve many purposes both while the business is open during the day, and when it is closed and/or vacant.

Of course, you want to make sure that the return on investment is worth it, so it’s important to weigh the pros and cons of a business alarm system and determine how simple or complex of a system you need.

Commercial Alarm Systems

Security systems for businesses range in size and complexity from simple, standalone alarm and camera systems to fully integrated, complicated designs that include access control, CCTV, and more, all accessible from a single platform. As a result, the benefits and drawbacks of these security systems are scaled differently. Regardless, we’ll look at the fundamental advantages and disadvantages of security systems, as well as what you need to know to make an initial decision for your company.

Benefits of Business Alarm System

1. Protect Your Employees |

Any alarm system’s primary goal is to protect your home, including everyone and everything inside. Because your employees are your company’s most valuable asset, it’s critical that they feel comfortable and secure while on the job, especially if you’re working a reduced, late-night schedule. Your staff will be able to perform their responsibilities without the worry of break-ins if you install a company alarm system. Including alarm buttons that may be manually actuated, will give your staff even more peace of mind.

If a break-in occurs, the alarm system will be triggered either by the sensors or by your staff. The police will be contacted as soon as the alarm goes off. The faster the response time, the less likely anyone will be injured.

2. Reduce the Risk of Theft |

There will be fewer thefts if a firm sets security cameras in prominent, visible locations. Most people are afraid of compromising situations that could lead to legal difficulties; thus, they will not steal stuff if video cameras are around. Furthermore, these cameras will safeguard a company from employees with “sticky fingers.” Officials frequently discover that thefts are committed by those who have easy access to the merchandise, rather than by customers or visitors, after an inquiry. The use of 24/7 monitoring equipment can assist reduce thefts that occur after hours while an employee or worker is alone in the firm building.

3. Secure Restricted Areas |

Certain areas of business establishments should not be accessible to the general public. These rooms could include your main office space, safe, storerooms, manufacturing floor, or any other rooms containing sensitive data or equipment. You can also not want your employees or visitors to use certain building entrances or exits.

You can arm particular areas to restrict access to just authorised people using a business alarm system as a kind of access control. The alarm will ring if someone enters a restricted area without permission, and you will be able to respond accordingly.

4. Monitor Environmental Changes |

Some firms use goods that are sensitive to variations in temperature or moisture, whether it’s inventory or equipment. Many commercial alarm systems can be combined with sensors that monitor any environmental changes that could be detrimental to your company.

Many systems can be combined with your fire or carbon monoxide detection devices, in addition to environmental changes. The alarm will send an alert to the appropriate authorities if something is triggered, allowing them to respond immediately. You can also have notifications sent directly to your phone, allowing you to keep an eye on your property even while you’re not at work.

5. Save Money on Business Insurance |

A business alarm system will not only save you money by reducing theft and vandalism, but it will also save you money on insurance. When you install an alarm system, most insurers will lower your annual fees because your business becomes less of a danger. You can save even more money if you use a business alarm monitoring service. You might increase your bottom line and become more competitive in the marketplace with all of the savings.

6. Attract Customers to the Business |

Robberies targeting a variety of consumers are bound to occur at business establishments. In large retail malls, this is a typical occurrence. You don’t want people to be terrified when they come to your store to shop. You also want them to feel at ease and secure. Installing commercial security will bring in a significant number of new customers. It is general fact that most customers want to buy in a safe place where they are not concerned about the person in front of them.

7. 24/7 Monitoring |

Having a locally monitored alarm system means that your security system will not only sound when your alarm is tripped but will also notify the authorities. The cops will be contacted in minutes after the 24/7 monitoring service determines exactly where and when someone was on your property. Whenever suspect activity is detected, you will be notified through a phone call, regardless of where you are.

8. Quick Response from the Authorities |

When a security system alarm goes off, authorities are promptly notified of a suspected crime in progress, greatly boosting the chances of the offenders being apprehended and convicted, and possibly even reducing the amount of damage done. Companies without a security system, on the other hand, would not be able to alert authorities as swiftly. Consider a robbery at a bank. Employees would be unlikely to be able to safely call for help without a security alarm system until the robbers had fled. Any damage and theft from an after-hours burglary would not be found for several hours or even days, allowing burglars plenty of opportunities to hide their tracks.

Alarms from security systems allow police to respond more quickly, protecting firm assets and employees in critical situations.

9. Prevent Unauthorized Entry |

Knowing who enters and exits your organisation is critical to ensuring its security. With a professionally installed security system and a state-of-the-art access control system, you can track and monitor who is coming and exiting.

10. Peace of Mind |

The greatest advantage of implementing a business alarm system is the added peace of mind that comes with knowing your property is safe from theft and environmental harm. Even if you never need to use your alarm system — and hopefully you won’t — knowing that it’s always watching your back can help you and your employees feel safe and protected. You could even spend some time off without having to constantly monitor your property!


Integration of security systems may cost a bit more, but the benefits far outweigh the additional cost. Your organisation will benefit from improved security that is easier to administer, and the systems may be tailored to the company’s specific requirements. Furthermore, system integration can save you money over time, making it an investment that pays off in the long term. However, installing a business alarm system can be a tough decision. Selection from so many options, how do you know which one is the right for your unique needs. At Shergroup we have years of experience working with UK Businesses, helping them choose the perfect security system, on-site installation, and ensuring everything is working properly.

Security consultation, CCTV surveillance, smart analytics, wireless alarm, and system maintenance are just a few of the specialist business solutions we offer. When you use Shergroup’s security systems your business gets enhanced protection that is easier to manage and can be customised as per your specific needs. Along with that, system integration can save you money over time, so it is an investment that will pay for itself in the long run.

If you have any questions regarding business alarm systems or are looking for a free, no-obligation quote, contact the experts at Shergroup.

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