Keyholding & Alarm Response in Kent
MobileGuard Security offers 24 hour Keyholding & professional fast alarm response services for commercial and residential properties throughout Kent, United Kingdom.
Your alarm may be monitored but who is going to respond to the alarm when the monitoring centre informs you of a problem at 2am?
Burglars, fire or medical emergencies can strike your premises or people at any time. That’s why the MobileGuard Alarm Response Centre never sleeps.
When our 24-hour Support Centre is notified that your burglar alarm, smoke or fire alarm or medical alarm has been activated, expect an immediate response.
MobileGuard responds immediately to:
- fire, smoke or heat
- movement where there should be none
- glass breaking
- doors or windows opening
- medical alarms
- personal panic alarms
- tampering with your security system
- power failure or alarm batteries running down
- phone line faults
How long does it take for a security officer to respond to an alarm?
- MobileGuard Security targets a sub-20-minute response for clients depending on location. We are able to achieve this through:
- Having at least five of our own response vehicles on the road at any time
- Operating a 24-hour Alarm response centre
- We don’t subcontract alarm response duties so there is no time wasted calling a secondary service provider
Advantages to you:
- Your keys are looked after in accordance with industry keyholding standard BS 7984
- A professional response to all your intruder alarms activation via our local team of rapid response units
- We can arrange manned guarding in the event of a serious incident
- The co-ordination of police attendance and other repair contractors as required
- Your site is secured before we leave
- You receive a detailed report of all actions taken
- Preventative signage can be displayed on your property
Additional Response Services Include:
- Response to equipment and machinery alarms
- Duress or distress calls which may require a response
- IVR (Interactive Voice Recognition Systems) a computerised “welfare check in”
- system for staff, particularly those on shift work.