Your expert in tailored security systems
At GBSG we offer a range of services to ensure that our customers feel safe and secure, whether at home or in the workplace. Our extensive range includes intruder alarms, fire alarms, CCTV systems, access control, guarding services and keyholding.
This year we're celebrating 30 years in business and we're proud to have built our reputation on providing security solutions that offer real long-term value, are reliable and easy to use. Whether you’re a homeowner or a national business we will provide security solutions that are tailored to your individual needs.
It’s this approach, plus provision of a 24 hour emergency security engineer call-out service, that sets us apart from the crowd. We also provide monitoring services through our NSI Gold standard monitoring station which is manned 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Keep your home safe & secure & protect your possessions.
Security, risk management & process monitoring solutions.
Using CCTV monitoring technology to assist with GP training.
Reduce resources, cut losses & streamline site management.
Keeping solar farms and their high value equipment protected.
Protecting pupils, parents & staff with security & risk management solutions.
Products & Services
Audible only & monitored intruder alarms to NSI NACOSS Gold standard.
Standalone & fully monitored, internal & external CCTV systems to NSI & BS standards.
SIA licensed security guards, mobile patrols & keyholding services.
BAFE adopted scheme SP203 for design, installation & maintenance.
Control personnel & vehicle access & movement throughout your site.
Up to 24/7 site coverage by uniformed, SIA licensed static security guards.
The Rising Cost of Farm Fires18th October 2016
With an increase in costs caused by farm fires, we look at the strategies that can be put in place to reduce the risk to farmers.
NFU Mutual Rural Crime Report 201618th August 2016
A look at the headlines from the Rural Crime Report 2016 by the NFU Mutual.
Warning Over Rural Crime in Lincolnshire10th August 2016
After a spate of thefts occurred across the county Lincolnshire police are urging members of rural communities to report any suspicious activities.