What do you get with an Everest security system?
When purchasing our standard home security system, you will receive the following:
- Control panel
The main control for the security system. The control panel is hard-wired into your mains and also connected to your phone line. Here you will activate and deactivate the system using the tag or a key code. The control panel also has an alarm sounder built in.
- Lightening Protector
This is a back-up feature ensuring that your alarm system will work even if you have no electricity.
- 2 key fob tags
The key fob tag is a quick way to arm and disarm the system by simply touching the tag on your control panel.
- 10 window/door sensors
These discreet sensors sit on the frames of your windows and doors and will send an alert if they are opened whilst the alarm system is activated.
- 2 pet immune PIR sensors
The PIR (Passive Infra-Red) is a sensor that sits near the ceiling of your rooms and detects any movement. The Everest PIRs are also pet proof – so no need to worry about your dog or cat calling the police!
- External sounder box
This is the visible box on the outside of your home. It will be placed prominently on an exterior wall and has a blinking light on top, making it clearly visible.
- Level-1 police emergency response connection (optional)
Should you desire it, we are able to connect your alarm system so that the police are automatically called out should the alarm be triggered.
Our standard system has been designed to cater for a home’s general needs, but for those who would prefer to create a bespoke system, we offer many additional features and options allowing you to do so.
Additional features and options:
- Dummy sounder box with strobe
To add maximum visibility to your system, you can add this dummy box, which is indistinguishable from the real box. It can even be made to flash as though it were connected.
- Remote key fob
The remote key fob has its own built-in key pad to enable you to set and unset the system.
- Extra key pad
You may want to ‘hide’ your main control panel in an inconspicuous place. Alternatively, in a larger property, you may need another key pad near another access point, such as a back door, so that you can de-activate the alarm quickly.
- Extra internal siren
Intruders hate noise and with an extra siren to disturb them, they won’t want to stick around too long.
- Garage door sensor
Your garage may provide direct access to your house, or you may simply want to keep the contents secure. Garage door sensors are designed to fit all types of garage door and alert the system should they be opened.
- Extra light-flash alert
To draw extra attention to your system’s presence, your external sounder box can be equipped with a more regular flash to ward off potential intruders.
- Chrome bell box
Further visibility can be added to your system by choosing a chrome-effect external sounder box.
- Smoke detectors
For added security for your home and family, we can also fit smoke detectors.
- Heat detectors
Heat detectors are meant to assist smoke detectors, not replace them. Fires can be sensed by the rise of room temperature, and detecting this hazard before smoke has been formulated can give you some vital extra time to either put out the fire or evacuate the building.
- Co2 detectors
Excess levels of Co2 can be hazardous to your health, and as it is invisible and odourless, it can be infinitely reassuring to have a way of tracking its levels at home.
- Panic alarms
Just to be as secure as you possibly can, you can also opt for the installation of your very own panic alarm, so the police can be alerted to any breaches of your home security at the press of a button.