CHRISTMAS TIMER FESTIVE OFFER

Christmas Lights and displays are perfect for making your home sparkle over the festive period and now you can enjoy the beauty of this without worrying about your electric bill. Simply set the Timer and your tree lights will come on and off at the right time for you.

Buy Two for £3.50

 

Timer 24hr

 

ANTI BURGLARY PACK – FESTIVE OFFER

The number of home burglaries soar over the Christmas period.  Don’t let criminals celebrate with your Christmas gifts.

Reduce the risk of becoming a burglary victim by following these tips

• Don’t leave presents on view under the Christmas Tree

• Cut up packaging for any expensive items so that it will fit inside your refuse bin, never leave boxes next to the bin where they can be seen.

• Try not to post photos of high value presents such as jewellery or electronics on social media.

 

Our Anti Burglary pack will help to reduce this risk further.

 

https://www.sure24.co.uk/sure24-winter-promotions

 

SGGB-BX Glass Guard Window Alarm.  The SURE SGGB Premium Glass Guard Window Shock and Vibration 110dB Alarm protects windows from attempted intrusion. It senses any shock, breakage or vibrations and activates the powerful 110db siren upon detection. Here

 

SG660 Mini Door Alarm Chime discrete magnetic contact alarm/chime provides door/window perimeter security.  On/Off switch. Siren to warn off unwelcome visitors or chime to alert occupier. Supplied with batteries fitted. Here

 

SGTE-10 24 Hour Timer  It is important to use the lights in a way that reflects your normal domestic routine.  For most of us this will mean bringing lights on in the lounge, dining room and kitchen when it gets dark, timed to go off one by one at the time you would normally go to bed. Here

 

home security pack

 

Get these individually or simply order the Home Security Pack (here) to make a HUGE saving

 

These simply steps and tips can help deter burglars so you can get on with enjoying Christmas.

 

30% Off Website Price   £7.50 November and December

 

 

 

 

 

Posted in News By

Chris Bird