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"Professional, precise and prompt service. Steve and Tara were wonderful and made sure they checked everything with us from where we wanted sensors to whether we could work the system properly. We’re sleeping easier with our alarm system. Thanks guys!"
Pree Benton

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Bosch Solution 3000 $997.00

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Bosch Solution 6000 $1347.00

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Risco Agility 4
$1987.00

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Pyronix/Hikvision Ax Pro $1597.00

Skylink Fortress
$849.00

Guardian Elite
$649.00

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3 Reasons To Avoid Using An Unlicensed Installer

1. Unlicensed installers Cannot Purchase Security Equipment From Reputable Suppliers

Major security equipment manufacturers, such as Bosch, Ness and Hills only supply security equipment to security license holders.

Unlicensed installers have to resort to using unknown brands or dodgy ‘grey’ imports. This means you might not be getting what you paid for.

2. Unlicensed installers do not qualify for technical support from the factory

Modern security alarms are complex mini ‘computers’ that have hundreds of programming options. These options are used to customise your system to make sure it fits your needs.  Even the best installers rely on the expert technical support that the alarm manufacturers provide to licensed installers.

 If your installer is unlicensed he can’t access this essential technical support or regular firmware updates. This can leave your system vulnerable to unreliable performance.

3. -Licensed installers are regularly checked by Victoria Police

Licensed security installers must renew their license regularly. This process gives customers the peace-of-mind of knowing that they are dealing with a security professional who is of good character and doesn’t have a police record.

Licensed, Trained and Insured and Experienced

All Melbourne Alarm technicians, installers and office staff hold a current Victorian Security License issued by Victoria Police.

We deal with reputable suppliers or directly with the equipment manufacturers. Our technicians receive regular product technical training.  

It Costs NO MORE To Use An Expert!

"Steve and Tara just finished installing our new alarm. I have no hesitation in giving 5 stars and recommending them. The care and thought they put into the installation are a joy to watch. Best find ever. If you need an alarm start here. After they left you wouldn't have known they had been. Wonderful."
Thatch
"We just had Tara in to replace an old alarm and were very happy with the overall experience. She was very helpful in diagnosing the problem and when she came out she was timely, efficient, courteous and left the place cleaner than any other tradesperson we’ve had. Even my wife was most impressed. More so than any of the many other tradespeople we’ve had through since we moved in. Highly recommend!"
Brendan Liew

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A professionally installed security system from Melbourne Alarms will go a long way to making your home
"The Safest Home in the Street"

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Melbourne
Alarms?

Anyone with a screwdriver and a drill can put a detector on your wall and call themselves an ‘alarm installer’

 

No Hidden Costs

Our price includes installation and GST. You won't pay a dollar more than the price we've quoted.

Don't Risk it...Use An Expert

Security is all we do. We don't install power points or telephones or air conditioning. We DO know how to protect your business and help you feel safe. It's all we've done since 1985

Trained and Licensed

Our Installers Are Licensed. All our installers and technicians carry a security license issued by Victoria Police for your peace of mind.

Money Back Guarantee

Money Back Guarantee. Try our system for a full 30 days. If you're not completely satisfied for any reason, we will remove the system and promptly refund every cent of your money. No questions asked.

Wireless Home Security Systems for Double-Storey Homes

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Bosch Wireless
Solution 3000
$1387.00

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Bosch Wireless
Solution 6000
$1577.00

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Risco LightSys
Video Verification
$2497.00

Frequently Asked Questions...

How Many Motion Sensors Do I Need?

Ideally you don’t want an intruder to take more than 3 steps in your home or business before he’s detected by the alarm system.

With careful planning this can usually be achieved with three sensors in a medium sized home, retail shop or small to medium sized office.

Of course for larger premises or rooms that contain high-value items (such as works of art or a safe) then  additional motion sensors or other types of detectors can be added

Do I Need Two Internal Sirens? Other Systems I've Looked At Only Have One

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We know from experience that the more noise the alarm makes inside your premises the better. It lets the intruder know he’s been detected and also stops him from hearing the police or patrolman approaching the premises to investigate. The intruder will leave quicker.

 

Can I Connect Cameras To The Bosch Alarm System?

No. Bosch do not have an alarm system that fully integrates cameras like the Risco LightSys or Agility 4.

You can add a Hikvision stand-alone camera that will send you an alert on your smart phone if an intruder gets inside your business premises or home. We use these in the office and they do a great job of identifying unauthorised people on your property.

What Is The Downside To Having A Wireless Alarm Instead Of A Hardwired Alarm?

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1 – Having to replace batteries in the motion sensors. You only need to do this every 5 years. So if you’re 30 years old today, you’ll only have to change the batteries 3 times because the maximum life of the alarm system is 15 years!

2 – The Bosch system is not fully wireless. Cables still need to be installed for the codepad, inside siren, outside siren and one to your internet modem if you want the app.

3 – The Risco Agility 4 is completely wireless. The Risco Lightsys is also completely wireless. You can also add hardwired codepads, sensors and sirens to the Lightsys to maximise your options.

 

What Happens If The Mains Power Goes Off?

All our alarm systems have a back-up battery. The system will continue to operate for around 24 hours without mains power connected. If you require a longer back-up time we can provide an Uniterupptable Power Supply(UPS) to extend the time to many days.

Is The App Completley Free?

Bosch 3000: Yes the app is completely free to download and use. You do need to add the Bosch ethernet module to your package though.

Bosch Solution 6000: This app is a subscription-based app. It’s $10.00 per month but you can have several uses on the same account

Risco Agility: $35.00 per year

Risco Lightsys: $35.00 per year.

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