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Security Systems Nottingham

Burglar Alarms Nottingham - Standguard security systems nottinghamStandguard Security Systems Nottingham specialised in the manufacture and installation of electric gates, security systems, automatic gates and barriers, security bollards, CCTV systems, burglar alarms and building access control systems. We are based in Nottingham, and cover both Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, as well as the rest of the UK.

Standguard Security Systems Nottingham have over 20 years’ worth of experience in our field, while always maintaining our caring touch as a family run business.

We work towards the ideal that we treat each system and each property as if they were our own: this ensures that we’ll only ever use the best systems. We give free advice to our customers so that they’re sure to receive the systems which are correct for their situation, from entire corporate installations, all the way down to the burglar alarms Nottingham should always have as standard.

We’re always glad to hear from those interested in improving the security systems in their homes or businesses, so please do get in touch via the Contact Us page or by calling 0115 913 0372.

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What You Need to Know About Electric Gates

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Safety of Electric Gates

Electric gates, or automatic gates, are considered the better option for homeowners and business owners who want the convenience of gates that can be remotely operated, as against gates requiring manual operation. But these gates have their share of safety issues, too, a fact highlighted by the deaths of two children in two separate incidents […]

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