Siren Alarms are a dedicated security equipment installation / service and repair company which began trading in August 2003. Our figures show that over 80% of our work is gained via recommendation from existing customers. We are fully recognised by insurance companies and SSAIB registered. Our trading hours are between 9.00am - 17.30pm Monday to Friday. We also offer 24 hour emergency call-out to existing contract customers.


Serviced Areas

  • Gloucester & Cheltenham

Contact Details

  Website
  City Stroud
  Postcode GL5 3QF
  Address Suite 3 2nd Floor/Lightpill House Lightpill
  Phone Number 014 5375 3723

From Our Website

Siren Alarms install & maintain a large selection of Fire, Intruder & CCTV security systems across the region for both domestic and commercial clients. Offering a fast and reliable service, we have a highly experienced and dedicated team that allows us to adhere to your exact expectations. With over 20 years of experience, we offer a professional & affordable service. What makes us stand out from other providers in Gloucestershire?


Which Burglar Alarm is Right for You? The primary purpose of home burglar alarms is to provide a deterrent to potential criminals, however what burglar alarm is right for your domestic or commercial property will depend on what you need it to do in the event it is called into action. It goes without saying that the least you want from your burglar alarm is for it to detect an intruder early, our aim at Siren Alarms is to provide you with the right detection to protect your home or business. From infra red and pet detectors to movement and vibration sensors, we can supply all manner of home & business protection depending on the size of your property and your budget.


CCTV is just one line of defence against crime, and works best when combined with other measures, such as door and window locks, keeping trees and foliage cut back, security lights and a burglar alarm. If you're thinking of getting a home CCTV system for the outside of your property, this must comply with privacy laws. This means making sure that your cameras aren't pointed at public space or other people's houses or gardens. If you're using CCTV cameras outside, we ensure they're weatherproof to withstand wet weather conditions.