Keysure is the leading keyholding, mobile patrol and alarm response company in Stirling
Almost all break-ins at commercial and residential premises in Stirling occur out of hours. Therefore, we offer a dedicated keyholder and rapid response service in Stirling that involves us deploying an SIA licensed key holder in a highly visible and branded car to your premises should an alarm be tripped.
At Keysure, we provide a local keyholding service to homeowners and business owners in Stirling, which enables the fastest response times available. In accordance with British Standard BS7984, we can provide you with complete reassurance that your premises is in expert hands, thanks to our professional security guards who will attend and secure your premises as and when required.
Keyholding and Alarm ResponseGerry McEntee2020-09-30T13:59:32+00:00
Every business must register at least two key holders, one of which must be able to attend to alarm activation’s whenever they occur and should be reachable on a 24-hour basis.
The key holders must have an understanding of how the alarm system works and must have all the contact information to deal with their alarm receiving centre including passwords. In addition, they must be able to attend quickly, especially in the event of false alarms or police response to your property may be withdrawn.
At Keysure, we take care of all of this for you so you can have complete peace of mind.
How does it work?
Keysure’s on-call officers can attend in the event of alarm activation, access the building and deal with any issues or causes of the activation whether it is due to an actual break in or for other reasons, such as power loss, weather conditions, or a system fault.
Benefits of using Keysure
– Your keys are held by Keysure following the industry key-holding standard BS 7984
– Reliable fast response to any intruder alarm activations at your property
– You don’t have to nominate staff as key-holders
– Organising police attendance and emergency contractors to repair damage as required
– Your site is secured before we leave
– An accurate report of all actions taken is provided
Mobile security patrols offer an alternative where a static security guard is not deemed necessary, while still providing an effective security solution to help prevent theft, vandalism or any other criminal activity and respond quickly and professionally should there be an emergency.
Mobile patrols are an incredibly effective option for most commercial sites, as they offer 24/7 construction site security and retail security on a regular basis. Keysure officers visit your site out of hours, when your business is at its most vulnerable, protecting your property or establishment with no disruption to your business activity.
How does it work?
During a patrol, a fully trained Keysure security guard from will visit your site out of hours at random intervals. Our guards will arrive in clearly marked patrol cars, advertising the fact that your property is protected by a security officer to potential criminals.
Keysure mobile patrol officers perform a full check on the integrity of your site, recording or dealing with any irregularities or security breaches they find.
All our security staff are fully trained, DBS checked and SIA licensed, providing a very flexible security service to suit your needs.
Locking and unlocking is a very important task that shouldn’t be undertaken by unreliable or untrained staff. Keysure SIA-licensed officers are intensively trained, DBS checked, and have a strong knowledge of your alarm operating system and your insurance policy’s requirements.
A huge variety of businesses and commercial property owners entrust the locking and unlocking their property to Keysure’s highly-trained and professional security staff.
Keysure can provide lockup and unlock services on a schedule or on an ad hoc basis, tailoring our services to your needs, creating a plan just for you and holding your keys in accordance with British Standard BS7984.
How does it work?
At Keysure, we tailor our services to suit your needs. It’s common for business premises to allow access to night workers, maintenance contractors, cleaners or to other pre-arranged site visitors. We can return at any time to let someone in and lock-up after they finish.
Before the start of business, Keysure guards can arrive at your business property to open doors, disable alarms, carry out routine checks throughout the building and create a hassle-free environment for you to start your day.
Locking up Service
At close of business, Keysure guards will ensure the property is empty, including the fire exits, check for any fire hazards and set all the alarms. Keysure operates with strict security regulations in order to guarantee professional protection of your assets and staff.
Vacant property inspections are a very efficient way to monitor empty properties, building and grounds condition, including notification of any ﬂy tipping or events of vandalism on the site.
Damage to property can reduce its sale or rental value so reporting unnoticed damage or decay early ensures the necessary repairs are carried out in a timely manner rather than allow a few small problems to escalate into a major ﬁnancial loss.
How does it work?
Vacant site inspections can be carried out on as regularly as required. The Keysure guard will compile a report after each visit and send it to the client. These reports can be invaluable to a client in evaluating any threat from vandalism or property decay and measures can be put in place to counteract these threats.
Depending on your individual needs, we can arrange for a Keysure guard to attend to the site, so they can grant access for any authorised individuals, or to carry out a comprehensive inspection of your property. The guard will also check for any leaks or water damage, they can take meter readings if required and check for any electrical or fire hazards. Our guard will also ensure that all windows and doors are locked securely and that all alarms are fully engaged with no faults showing.
Keysure is the perfect solution to your security requirements, whether it is a residential or commercial property.
Stirling (; Scots: Stirlin; Scottish Gaelic: Sruighlea[ˈs̪t̪ɾuʝlə]) is a city in central Scotland, 26 miles (42 km) north-east of Glasgow and 37 miles (60 km) north-west of the Scottish capital, Edinburgh. The announce town, surrounded by wealthy farmland, grew in the works connecting the royal citadel, the medieval obsolete town as soon as its merchants and tradesmen, the Old Bridge and the port. Located upon the River Forth, Stirling is the administrative centre for the Stirling council area, and is traditionally the county town of Stirlingshire. Proverbially it is the strategically important “Gateway to the Highlands”.
It has been said that “Stirling, like a big brooch clasps Highlands and Lowlands together”. Similarly “he who holds Stirling, holds Scotland” is often quoted.
Stirling’s key slant as the lowest bridging lessening of the River Forth in the past it broadens towards the Firth of Forth made it a focal tapering off for travel north or south.
When Stirling was temporarily under Anglo-Saxon sway, according to a 9th-century legend, it was attacked by Danish invaders. The unquestionable of a wolf roused a sentry, however, who alerted his garrison, which provoked a Viking retreat. This led to the wolf living thing adopted as a parable of the town as is shown upon the 1511 Stirling Jug. The area is today known as Wolfcraig. Even today the wolf appears when a goshawk on the council’s jacket of arms along subsequently the recently chosen motto: “Steadfast as the Rock”.
Once the capital of Scotland, Stirling is visually dominated by Stirling Castle. Stirling next has a medieval parish church, the Church of the Holy Rude, where, on 29 July 1567, the infant James VI was anointed King of Scots by Adam Bothwell, the Bishop of Orkney, with the facilitate concluding after a sermon by John Knox. The poet King was educated by George Buchanan and grew stirring in Stirling. He was difficult also crowned King of England and Ireland on 25 July 1603, bringing closer the countries of the United Kingdom. Modern Stirling is a middle for local government, higher education, tourism, retail, and industry. The mid-2012 census estimate for the population of the city is 36,440; the wider Stirling council Place has a population of just about 93,750.
One of the principal royal strongholds of the Kingdom of Scotland, Stirling was created a royal burgh by King David I in 1130. In 2002, as ration of Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee, Stirling was settled city status.
Keysure is a nationwide security company which provides a comprehensive keyholding and alarm response service in Stirling to response to your intruder, fire and smoke alarms in accordance with ACPO guidelines. Once alerted by your Alarm Monitoring Station we will dispatch a fully trained and SIA licensed mobile response officer to your premises in Stirling to investigate the cause of the alarm activation.