The Importance Of Smoke Alarms

December 18, 2019By Mandy MullenderUncategorized

The importance of Smoke Alarms With the run-up to Christmas fast approaching, we are urging people to check or even install a smoke alarm in their properties. Suggested figures show that an average of one in ten households do not already have a working smoke alarm. While 22% of households that do have a smoke … Read More

Broadland Security Alarms are re-branding!

June 10, 2019By dessolNews

Broadland Security Alarms are re-branding! Over the last 48 years, we have been your ‘security in safe hands’. You may have seen our vans driving around with the BSA logo in blue and grey and the alarm boxes on buildings of white and blue or the brighter yellow version. We are now having a more … Read More


May 30, 2017By broadlandsecurityalarmsNews

Cyber-attacks are increasingly featuring in the mainstream media as they become an everyday part of our daily lives. We are being constantly bombarded with emails, post, calls and text messages from individuals and organisations trying to extort information or money from us. This comes in the form of malware, ransomware, phishing, bogus boss emails, fake … Read More

Bah Humbug!

December 7, 2016By broadlandsecurityalarmsNews

For most people, Christmas is about getting together with family and friends, playing games and possibly eating and drinking a bit too much. The last thing people want to think about is securing their home and their valuables. Unfortunately Christmas for some people is taking advantage of people’s generosity and targeting burglaries around this time … Read More

Keep Illuminated As The Nights Draw In

October 26, 2016By broadlandsecurityalarmsNews

As winter fast approaches and we begin to think about snuggling by the roaring fire, dark evenings and the clocks turning back we need to think of getting our home ready for the darker nights too. With burglaries reportedly being 20% higher over the winter months we need to act to prevent crime occurring: – … Read More

Back To School

September 5, 2016By broadlandsecurityalarmsNews

With Children heading back to school make sure sewing name tags in trousers isn’t the only security steps you take! – Make an emergency plan for fire – role play how it would work in the event of fire emergency and practice using the fire extinguisher or blanket if you have one. – Use an … Read More

We’ve Got It Covered

August 15, 2016By broadlandsecurityalarmsNews

We are widely accredited, probably the best in the area – but why is that a good thing for you? Accreditation provides independent verification to customers and specifies that we are a trusted organisation operating in accordance with applicable industry standards and best practice. As you – the customer – has become more demanding (and … Read More

Happy Summer – Outdoor Cooking

July 11, 2016By broadlandsecurityalarmsNews

Outdoor cooking is a great way to spend family time and have fun – but keep safe. It’s easy to get distracted with family and friends around you all having fun. Keep safe: Make sure your BBQ is in good working order and on a flat site well away from trees and shrubs. Never leave … Read More

Controlling Access

June 13, 2016By broadlandsecurityalarmsNews

Access control is your answer to knowing who is in your premises and when – enabling you to limit entry to staff and visitors only entitled to have access. It can be fitted to a single entrance or more widely applied to a site with multiple access zones and doors. Some advantages include: – Avoids … Read More

Summer Security Advice From BSA

May 20, 2016By broadlandsecurityalarmsNews

As we get ready to throw wide the patio door & crack open the windows whilst asleep we must be mindful of our home security. Most criminals who burglarize homes are looking for an easy hit; a house that they can break into quickly, take something of value, and leave without being detected. It doesn’t … Read More