Taylor Alarm and CCTV Installation Basingstoke
All engineers at Taylor Alarm and CCTV Installation Basingstoke are trained to install the most complex of systems. We are a local, family run business. Therefore we can provide same day or next day service. With over ten years of experience we provide the best service in the area.
Regardless of your security requirements we promise to meet them. At Taylor Alarm and CCTV Installer Basingstoke we provide excellent service as well as competitive prices.
Taylor Alarm and CCTV – System upgrades
We provide both digital and analogue systems at Taylor Alarm and CCTV Installation Basingstoke. Offering our services to both domestic and commercial properties.
At Taylor Alarm and CCTV Installer Basingstoke we only use the most advanced technology. Thus, providing you with much more than a basic security system. Our systems all include: DarkFighter night vision, facial recognition, explosion-proof camera, number plate recognition and panoramic lens.
Ensuring we meet all of your security needs, at Taylor Alarm and CCTV Installation Basingstoke we tailor our systems specifically to you. As everyone has different needs we aim to meet all of them.
Extra peace of mind
To ensure we meet all of your security needs we have a variety of additional features. Including our app which provides you with remote viewing access from anywhere in the world. You can access it on your laptop, tablet, smartphone or PC and monitor and store a stream of live footage. The app is free and downloadable on all Android and IOS devices, rovinding 4K UHD resolution.
Get in touch with Taylor Alarm and CCTV Basingstoke
Get one of our CCTV systems installed and take your safety seriously. We have a 100% customer satisfaction rate. Allowing us to be Basingstoke’s most trustworthy security company.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We are more than happy to help. Give us a call on 0126 820 5665.
Basingstoke is an old market town expanded in the mid 1960s as a result of an agreement between London County Council and Hampshire County Council. It was developed rapidly after World War II, along with various other towns in the United Kingdom, in order to accommodate part of the London ‘overspill’ as perceived under the Greater London Plan in 1944. Basingstoke market was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, and it remained a small market town until the early 1960s. At the start of World War II the population was little more than 13,000. It still has a regular market, but is now larger than Hampshire County Council’s definition of a market town