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Hello all,

 

Not employed in the industry, but about to start operating a commercial photography studio with various

high-end assets to protect, as well as a gallery containing various originals from a few big-names. In the process

of working alongside an alarm company to specify a suitable system. Had some good (some terrible) experiences

with a few alarm companies, both large and small, and realised it would be useful to educate myself about the

fundamentals/basics of alarm and surveillance systems.

 

I'm not the type to meddle/tamper-around with electrics or attempt self-installs, I leave that to you-pros (and quite

right too) so I'm more of a nosey by-stander.

 

Really enjoying this process and starting to get the 'security-bug' if I'm honest. Will be a bit disappointed when the

installation is complete as my evenings glued to security retailers websites, deciding between a tampered or

untampered magnetic contact or sourcing confirmed panic buttons, will have to be replaced with 'talking to people'....Sad huh? 

 

Honey-Well

 

 

 

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 deciding between a tampered or untampered magnetic contact 

 

Hi

 

Dont think you will have a choice on that one.

 

You would be best finding out what your insurance companies requirements are before you do anything.


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Don't great minds think alike. My installer was advising on gradings today. Still waiting to here from the insurers about their cover. Thanks for the welcome.

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Hi and welcome,

 

The most important thing is to check what your insurance wants, they will dictate which security grade you will need/ can have to be covered. (there is an echo in here).

 

The higher the risk the higher the grade of system you need.

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