We install CCTV, Access Control and have a specialist flat screen/home entertainment installation team. At Thorne Access & Security we pride ourselves on high quality customer service and value for money. Our Staff are dedicated to providing the highest possible standards of installation. Use the navigation on the left to find out more about the work & home security solutions Thorne Access & Security can offer you.

Contact Details

  City Burnley
  Postcode BB12 0NG
  Address 15 Arundel Cl
  Phone Number 012 8243 2452

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Based in Nelson, just outside Burnley, Thorne was founded in 2005. Managing Director, Hadrian Thorne has taken the business forward and seen the company grow significantly in that time. Thorne Access & Security offers a unique service that often larger companies cannot provide as they are small enough to care but big enough to deliver. The team at Thorne is driven by trying to provide customer satisfaction at all times. Thorne has built a strong reputation in the North West of England and is a National Security Inspectorate (NSI) approved security system installer.

Thorne Access & Security provides comprehensive annual system maintenance contracts which cover customers all over Lancashire, Manchester and West Yorkshire. We provide comprehensive annual system maintenance contracts (Levels 1, 2 & 3) that provide you with the peace of mind that your systems are in good working order. Having a contract in place provides annual and bi-annual preventative maintenance visits, priority service callouts, reduced cost callouts and access to our 24hour callout facility.

NSI's mission is to raise standards in the security and fire industries in the interests of the customer. NSI believes that every customer, whether a large commercial organisation or an individual householder, is entitled to receive a professional service from security and fire companies. The threat to every customer is the long-term undermining of standards by poor performers. It is NSI's motivation to separate the strong from the weak. The NSI story began in 1971 with the formation of the National Supervisory Council for Intruder Alarms (NSCIA), created to deal with the problem of poor quality equipment and 'cowboys' within the intruder alarm market.

We use third party fully accredited alarm receiving centres for our Monitored Alarm Systems. The Alarm Receiving Centre will notify key holders and police in the event of an incident occurring and notify Thorne Access & Security in the event of a fault condition. We can currently monitor Intruder Alarm Systems & External Alarm Systems integrated into the CCTV system to provide visual verification. Our Alarm Receiving Centres also monitor third party Fire Alarm systems. Northern Monitoring use MASterMind, the world's most sophisticated alarm handling software, which integrates with all recognised signalling technology and has the added advantage of enabling engineers and end users to place systems on test, through an operator, VRT (Voice Response Terminal), MASweb (using a computer) or MASweb Mobile (using a smartphone).

From initial enquiry we will design a CCTV System that meets your requirements, whilst maintaining all relevant British & European Standards, NSI requirements and Police regulations and requirements. Whether the requirement is for 1 or 200 IP CCTV cameras. All systems are installed and maintained by our team of qualified engineers and are certified to the relevant standards. NSI Certificates are provided. We can install standalone systems, networked systems, remotely accessed systems via smartphones, tablets & PCs, Covert Systems, Multi Site Systems.

Thorne Access & Security Ltd supplies bespoke security systems to the following sectors. Thorne Access & Security offers design, installation, maintenance and monitoring of professional, certified Intruder Alarm Systems, CCTV analogue and IP, wireless CCTV, Access Control Systems and Door Intercom Systems. In the hospitality industry it takes years to build a good reputation, but only 5 minutes to give yourself a bad one. One security mishap, is enough to instil fear in your potential customers.