By Audlem Webteam - 18th November 2006 7:24am
With security in the home in mind, it may be worth looking at an offer from local company EPG Security Systems Ltd, the main sponsors of Audlem's Proms on the Park event. They are making a special offer to Audlem house-owners — the installation of an ADT fully monitored alarm system from only £399, compared with a normal price of from £649.
ADT's state-of-the-art technologies monitor burglary, fire and personal attack in your home 24 hours a day. A range of sensors are linked to ADT's 24 hour Customer Monitoring Centre. First response will be an urgent telephone call to up to four designated numbers to alert you of any potential problems. A confirmed alert, that is two motion sensors independently responding, a fire sensor or a personal attack alarm, will be reported straight to the Police or Fire Service.
ADT is the largest company of its kind in the UK. EPG Security Systems is a local firm providing a responsive, professional service country-wide. If you would like further information, please contact Audlem resident David Joynson on 07969 171576 or visit adtatepg.co.uk
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