Wireless burglar alarm systems work with any domestic building, but can really benefit those that have a unique or unconventional design. No need for wiring – no mess.

All of our burglar alarm systems are protected against tampering and jamming with their own unique encryption system for extra peace of mind. Wireless intruder alarms can be permanent or temporary additions and can be moved from one property to another if necessary, giving you flexibility on the placement of motion detectors.

Whether your new build project is past the first-fix stage or you just prefer the freedom of a wireless system, Lynx Fire & Security can supply and install a system that works for you.

Installation can be completed with minimal fuss by our specialist team to help protect your domestic property whilst still meeting all current alarm system standards. Our wireless alarm system can also notify yourself or your key holders using either your phone line or GSM unit when an intruder is present, ensuring that you are aware of the activity around your home. Alternatively, a system can be installed that connects to your Apple or Android mobile phone via an App. Using the Pyronix Cloud, you can view the status of your alarm even when you are away from your property. Check your alarm is set, arm or disarm the system remotely and receive notifications if your alarm system is triggered.

Contact our specialist team today to arrange a free site visit and quotation for a new bespoke wireless alarm system.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of a wireless intruder alarm system?

Advantages

  • Can work out cheaper as no cabling is required.
  • Less disruptive during installation.
  • Easy to expand the system: devices can be installed for extra rooms, doors, windows or on additional structures such as sheds, Summer houses and detached garages without the need for cabling from the house (signal strength would be tested to ensure the panel signals can reach).
  • Devices can be removed easier for decorating and whole systems can even be relocated if you move properties.

Disadvantages

  • Ongoing costs can be more than with a wired system as all detection devices require batteries.
  • Replacement parts can be slightly more expensive than with a wired system.
  • Range expanders may be required for larger properties in order to aid with signal strength.
  • Difficult to use in buildings with very thick walls as signal strength may be limited.

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