To add an additional level of security to your intruder alarm system, you may want to consider having your alarm linked to an Alarm Receiving Centre, also known as an ARC. To understand fully whether this option is viable for you and your business, it is important to know exactly what an ARC does and how it benefits you.
Alarm Receiving Centre
An ARC is a centre which monitors alarms throughout the day and night, providing additional safety of mind that a premises is protected. Should an alarm that is linked to a centre be triggered, whether a fire or an intruder alarm, you can guarantee there will be quick response from a dedicated round-the-clock monitoring team.
Which businesses should use ARC?
Any business can benefit from the additional security ARC offers, however, it is especially well suited to premises that contain high value goods, such as retail premises or warehouses. ARC can reduce the likelihood of stock being stolen or damaged from burglary or fire, as monitoring can mean that police or fire services are immediately alerted and respond to the alarm.
Choosing an ARC monitored system
BWS Standfast work in partnership with Custodian Monitoring to deliver ARC services. Like BWS Standfast, they are a NSI approved security operator and work to deliver a high level of service to all their customers.
We offer a number of different alarm systems that can be linked with an alarm receiving centre and it is important you choose the right one for your business. Get in touch for some expert advice.