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Intruder Alarms & Fire Alarms Cambridge

If you are based in Cambridge and you are in need of fire alarms, burglar alarms or security systems, you need look no further than Protect & Detect.

We have a huge wealth of experience, knowledge and dedication that has allowed us to establish ourselves as one of the leading fire safety companies serving the Cambridge area.

Security Systems in Cambridge

Included in our array of services are the installation and maintenance of burglar alarms, fire alarms and security systems, as well as risk assessment services that allow us and you to fully determine what you need to ensure your property is as safe as it can be. Whether you have an old burglar alarm that needs repairing or replacing, or you are in the market for a brand new CCTV system, our skilled engineers can install your new security systems efficiently and professionally.

If you would like to know more about our services in the Cambridge area, get in touch with us today and see how we can help you.

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Our client portfolio includes

  • Oxfam Oxfam logo
  • Mediterranean Shipping Company Mediterranean Shipping Company logo
  • Colchester Borough Council Colchester Borough Council logo
  • Ipswich Borough Council Ipswich Borough Council logo
  • Ridgeons Limited Ridgeons Limited logo
  • The Royal Hospital School The Royal Hospital School logo
  • The Princess Alexandra Hospital The Princess Alexandra Hospital logo

From our blog

How to protect yourself ahead of the BT’s UK PSTN network switch off and BT Redcare closing!

Posted on Thursday, July 11th, 2019

BT's UK PSTN Switch Off What is the BT Switch Off? BT Openreach announced back in 2015 that come December 2025, they would have permanently switched off the UK's old analogue telephone network systems. Why is the BT Switch Off happening? The current system consists of copper wiring used to connect phones, the current system is too old and difficult to maintain and is more than due an upgrade! The…

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