Watford Keyholding are dedicated keyholding and alarm response specialists based in Watford, operating to BS7984 Keyholding standards and ACPO guidelines. All of our Keyguards are SIA licensed and fully trained in Incident Management to ensure our customers are fully protected.

Serviced Areas

  • Watford and surrounding areas

Contact Details

  Website
  City Watford
  Postcode WD18 8PH
  Address 15 - 19 Greenhill Crescent
  Phone Number 019 2380 1476

Products & Services

Keyholding & Alarm Response

As a property keyholder, you must be able to attend your premises within a 20-minute period and resolve any alarm issues. If you fail to do this on more than three occasions, the police will withdraw their response from your premises, and your alarm could be considered a nuisance. As designated keyguards, Watford Keyholding assumes this responsibility on your behalf.

In the event of an alarm activation, we will attend to your premises in your absence and deal with all alarm issues, taking the steps required to re-secure your premises in the event of a break-in or criminal damage. We also liaise with the Police to provide you with a report for your insurance company and keep you up-to-date at all times.

Due to our dedication to high levels of customer service, we can only offer our services within a strict radius of our offices to comply with ACPO Guidelines*.

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After the snow fall on Friday 18th January and the disruption it caused there were threats of more heavy snow over Tuesday night/Wednesday the following week. My business partner and I were discussing what could be done to help. As we already work with
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Also in Events: Lemarie’s Jubilee Festival will be held at the Centre on Saturday 16th June, 11am-4pm (the "Red Bus" building - LemarieCentre, 524 St Albans Road, WD24 7WF, opposite the Shell garage). They will be celebrating two very important events
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Crime down in Watford but still serious http://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/news/10215706.Crime_down_but_still_serious/ Crime in Watford has fallen during the last 12 months, but the town is still one of the county’s worst performing areas. The latest
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Anti squatting legislation - good news for residential property owners? The new legislation currently going through parliament to reduce squatting, once passed, could mean a 1 year prison sentence and/or up to £5000 fine for anyone found guilty of squatting.
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