BEFORE YOU DECIDE ON A SECURITY PROVIDER MAKE SURE YOU READ THE SMALLPRINT!

 

  • Are you getting like-for-like equipment ? All of our products are top quality and comply with all European Standards. We use only the highest quality equipment in all our installs.
  • Is everything included in the price? Does the quote include a “live” bellbox? Does it include a panic button at your front door? If not, this should be clearly stated, not hidden in the small print.
  • Have you read the small print?When you get a quote from Power Right, there is no small print. We show you everything up front. The price you see is the price you pay. Some companies offer special offers and cheap systems that seem good value but then lock you into a 3 or 5 year contract. Over time, it costs a lot more. We offer you services but it’s up to you if you want them.
  • Is there a reliable back up service available 24H per day? We provide a 24H backup and support service 365 days per year. We pride ourselves on our level of customer service and support. Why not try it out for yourself? Try contacting another security supplier after hours and then try contacting us.

The Private Security Authority (PSA), which was established under the Private Security Services Act, 2004, is the statutory body with responsibility for regulating and licensing the Irish private security industry. The PSA is charged with introducing, controlling and managing a comprehensive licensing system. The key responsibilities of the Authority are to control and supervise people providing security services with the core objective of improving and maintaining standards in the provision of these services.

GalCom Security Electronics Ltd are licensed and accredited by the Private Security Authority.

PSA licence number: I.A.S. 1068

The NSAI (National Standards Authority of Ireland) is the national body responsible for certifying the standards of products and services provided by firms in each industry. The National Standards Authority of Ireland operates a certification scheme based on Irish Standard I.S. EN 50131-1:2006 “Alarm Systems – Intrusion Systems” & EN50132-1:2006 under which alarm & CCTV installers who apply for certification are assessed by NSAI Inspectors, and have their operations and procedures evaluated. GalCom Security Electronics Ltd are fully certified by the NSAI and all intruder alarm & CCTV installations are certified for home & Commerical insurance purposes.

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