Intruder Alarms in Trottiscliffe, Kent
For Intruder Alarms in Trottiscliffe you have come to the right place. Prime Property Protection have been working with customers in the Town of Trottiscliffe for many years now and are delighted to provide a first-class, quality service every time. Now that thefts/burglaries are on the rise within the Trottiscliffe area it is key that you have a deterrent.
We understand each property is different in Trottiscliffe, so we offer an end-to-end service, providing you with a tailor-made security package, guiding you to the right level of protection for your home or business in Trottiscliffe.
With Prime Property Protection you can take advantage of our professional prevention services so give us a call today on 01474 395 265 for Intruder Alarms in Trottiscliffe or why not email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Trottiscliffe ( TROZ-lee) is a village in Kent, England about 2.5 miles (4 km) north west of West Malling.
It is often incorrectly spelled Trosley after Trosley Country Park at the top of the North Downs, which was once part of the Trosley Towers Estate. The spelling Trottesclyve appears with nearby Hallyng in 1396.
Its most notable features are the neolithic Coldrum Long Barrow and the medieval Church of St. Peter and St. Paul.
Trottiscliffe was the English home of artist Graham Sutherland from 1937 until his death in 1980. He was buried by Trottiscliffe parish church.
About Prime Property Protection
Prime property protection Ltd is a local, family run company based in Meopham/Gravesend & have installations all over Kent & South-East England. With over 30 years’ experience in the electronic security industry, we specialise in Commercial & Domestic Security Systems.
We understand each property is different, so offer an end-to-end service, providing you with a tailor-made security package, guiding you to the right level of protection for your home or business.
Our company is committed to maintaining the highest standards of customer care and after-sales service. We regularly review our training requirements ensuring we possess the necessary skills to provide quality engineering, value for money and high system performance.