Hertfordshire Security Systems
Hertfordshire’s ten railway lines and three motorways connect the county to the City of London, making Hertfordshire a popular commuting county.
Based in the South of England, Buckinghamshire is bordered by five neighbouring counties. The county town is Hertford, although the major resident towns are now Hemel Hempstead, Stevenage, Watford and St Albans.
Near Stevenage is the Leavesden Film Studios, home to one of the World’s biggest box office busting series of films, Harry Potter. The Harry Potter studio tour is also here. Town’s within Hertfordshire include: Royston, Stevenage, Welwyn Garden City, St Albans, Rickmansworth, Watford and Hemel Hempstead.
A lot Hertfordshire’s businesses use a wide array of security measures to keep their premises safe from intruders. These services are all available from Fire Care and Security and can include: Security systems for the home and business, Security gates, Door access units, Intruder alarms (servicing and installation) and CCTV systems (servicing and installation).
Fire Care and Security’s engineers are all full qualified with years of experience and trained in many manufacturer’s equipment.
Fire Care Services In Hertfordshire
Fire care services from Fire Care and Security, include: Fire risk assessments (a legal requirement for all businesses with premises), Fire alarms (servicing and installation), Fire extinguishers (training, installation and servicing), Fire doors, Fire training (fire warden training and fire marshall training).
The Hertfordshire clients of Fire Care and Security are able to enjoy a high level of service, provided by the engineers, due to the exceptional road and rail network. The principal roads for the county include: A1, A1 (M), A5, A6, A41, M1, M11 and M25.
Important landmarks within Hertfordshire include: Butterfly World (at Chiswell Green), Hatfield House, Knebworth House, Leavesden Film Studios (already mentioned), Letchworth Garden City (world’s first garden city), Welwyn Viaduct (north of Welwyn Garden City) and Waltham Cross (the home of the canoe and kayak events for the 2012 London Olympic Games).