Keybury Fire & Security is strengthening its footprint across the York area.
Since opening a new regional office at Popeshead Court in the city’s Peter Lane, in 2010, Keybury has experienced across the board growth in intruder and fire alarm, and CCTV business.
Recent contracts gains include new CCTV, intruder and fire alarm systems at Your Move Anscombs Estate Agents in the city’s Kings Square, CCTV and intruder alarms at Quickslide Windows, in Redeness Street, CCTV at Cavendish Jewellers in Stonegate, intruder and fire alarms for Windmill Orthodontics, Acomb, and fire alarm at Kaleidioscope Day Nursery’s premises in The Groves.
Your Move Anscombs’ managing director Scott Anscomb said: “The service and support has been first class and we would not hesitate to recommend Keybury.”
Kaleidioscope’s Nik Owen said: “The alarm was fitted while we were open for business and with minimal disruption, and finished to a highest standard by a team of friendly professionals.”
Keybury is represented in the York area by Adam Wray, who remains an active member of the Knavesmire York BNI Group
He said: “Business activity across all areas of operation is buoyant, notably in the CCTV arena, where the traditional role of the camera as a security device is evolving, with more and more companies using CCTV systems as powerful management tools.
“State-of-the-art technology means managers can keep tabs 24-hours a day on both their premises and unmanned machinery via laptops, iPads and Smartphones, allowing a speedy response in the event of a problem or breakdown.”
Keybury Fire & Security, this year celebrating its 30th anniversary, has its headquarters in Keighley, West Yorkshire.