Keybury Fire and Security has seen a major increase in CCTV contract work across all areas of business activity.
Keighley-based Keybury continues to pick up CCTV business on its own doorstep and has installed a new HD-quality system at Strong Close Nursery in Airedale Road, Keighley.
The nursery’s site manager Robin Spiller said: “We believe that the safety and security of both our staff and the centre users is paramount.”
Keybury is enhancing its footprint across the regional educational sector and has also completed CCTV installations at primary schools in West Yorkshire and Calderdale.
Further afield, Keybury has installed a HD-quality CCTV system covering the entrances and exits of the Osberton Estate in Nottinghamshire.
The estate is also the Midlands base of nationwide planning and development specialists Rural Solutions Ltd, which has its head office in Brewery Lane, Skipton, and was originally based nearby at Broughton Hall, for whom Keybury remains the preferred security provider and who first recommended the company to the Foljambe family at Osberton.
Estate owner Ralph Foljambe said: “Keybury has provided us with a very technically advanced, yet user friendly solution to our on-going security strategy on the estate. The installation and continuing services provided by operations director Patrick Beebe and his team has been exemplary and I have never looked back.
“Residents on the estate have seen the benefits of the system very quickly, which has deterred unwelcome activities and has given peace of mind to all. I would not hesitate in recommending Keybury to provide excellent security advice and solutions with courtesy and attention to detail, which can be all too rare these days!”
Keybury Fire and Security’s operations director Patrick Beebe said: “Our domestic CCTV business also remains in fine heart, with increasing demand from across our West and North Yorkshire heartlands, and across into north-east Lancashire.
“Importantly, we can now offer a simple upgrade path which allows us to install the latest HD cameras on conventional CCTV wiring. This represents a highly cost-effective upgrade path from lower quality CCTV pictures to much higher quality HD images.
“This new technology is already benefiting many of our customers looking to upgrade their systems in a way that is quick and affordable. It has significantly boosted our CCTV business and we are confident it will continue to do so in the future.”
In September last year, Keybury transferred from its established base in Skipton Road for the last 25 years to 4,000 sq ft premises virtually double the size on Worth Enterprise Park.
It represented a major £350,000 investment in the purchase and refurbishment of the building, a move prompted by continuing business growth across all areas of activity.
Article by Robin Moule, Moule Media.