Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Stirling
Why Should You Choose Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Stirling?
At Home Protect Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Stirling our technicians are fully equipped to install the most complex of systems. Thanks to our vast amount of experience we provide the best service in and around the area. As we are a local business we can easily offer same day or next day service.
Call us on 01786 231 520.
Although CCTV systems were originally only installed in business properties now a lot of people also install them in their homes. Regardless of your needs we are here to meet them. Choose us for the best service and competitive prices.
Upgraded Security with Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Stirling
Both digital and analogue systems are available at Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Stirling. All our services are provided to both commercial and domestic properties.
We only use the most advanced technology to ensure we provide you with more than a basic system. All our systems include: DarkFighter night vision, facial recognition, explosion-proof camera, number plate recognition and panoramic lens.
In order to meet your needs we tailor all of our systems specifically to you. We understand that everyone has different needs and we aim to meet them all.
Remote Viewing Access With Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Stirling
To ensure Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Stirling meets all of your security needs, we have a range of additional features we can offer you. For example, we have an app which provides you with remote viewing access from anywhere in the world. Using your smartphone, laptop, tablet or PC you can monitor and store live recordings. Available on all IOS and Android devices our app provides 4K UHD resolution.
Call Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Stirling
Put your safety first and get in touch with us at Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Stirling. Take the first steps in safeguarding your home.
Whatever your needs please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We are the market-leading company in the area and are always happy to help. Give us a call on 01786 231 520.
Another important historical site in the area is the ruins of Cambuskenneth Abbey, the resting place of King James III of Scotland and his queen, Margaret of Denmark. The king died at the Battle of Sauchieburn by forces nominally led by his son and successor James IV. During the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, the Battle of Stirling also took place in the centre of Stirling on 12 September 1648. The fortifications continued to play a strategic military role during the 18th-century Jacobite risings. In 1715, the Earl of Mar failed to take control of the castle. In January 1746, the army of Bonnie Prince Charlie seized control of the town but failed to take the Castle. On their consequent retreat northwards, they blew up the church of St. Ninians where they had been storing munitions; only the tower survived and can be seen to this day. The castle and the church are shown on Blaeu’s map of 1654 which was derived from Pont’s earlier map.