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Choosing a security company to help you protect your family and property is a big deal, below are some things to consider when making the decision.
Licensing
 
It’s important to consider that your prospective security company sales people must hold a current security consultants licence if advising you on security system options. On top of this your security business’s installation technicians must hold current security installers licenses. These are required to ensure that only police cleared and qualified people are installing your security systems. additional licenses should include current and up to date cabling licenses if cabling is being installed.
Appropriate Insurances
 
Be sure to check that you security business has up to date insurances with the correct industry coverage. This ensures if there is any damage to your property repairs are carried out in a timely manner. Workers compensation insurances should also be checked to cover any workers injuries occurring within your premises.
 
Trade Experience
 
Being a salesman is a universal job, the more information you can obtain from your salesman that relates to the industry the better. Some questions you may consider asking your salesman are.
 
– How long have you worked in the security industry?
– Have you had any handson experience installing security systems?
– Do you hold a current security installers license?
– Do you hold a current cabling license?
– What training courses have you completed to qualify your recommendations on my security system?
 
Knowledge of Products
 
Many security business’s supply and install only a small selection of products available to the industry. Its a good idea to find a security company that offers a wide range of products. All Manufacturers have pros and cons, you want the security business that can offer a system based on your requirements rather than their back pocket.
 
Verified Reviews
 
The internet is a massive marketplace and you can find many reviews on prospective security businesses. These reviews should be qualified, request contact details of some of your security business’s clients to cross check reviews. A upfront and honest business will supply this.
 
Warranties
 
When it comes to warranties with electronic components you need to ensure you are receiving true warranties. Ask what they offer for both equipment and labour warranty. If a business is offering a lifetime warranty to thousands of customers on a product that the manufacturer offers only 12 months warranty. Do you think the business could sustainably warrant these clients.
 
By taking into account the above, your choice of security business should point you in the direction of a reputable business. A business who remembers who you are when you call, strives to meet your requirements and cares about the safety of family, friends & your property.