CRS Alarms offers a broad range of technocal skills

August '99 News

CRS Alarms, a Midrand, Gauteng-based business headed by Chris Hallendorff, offers technical installation and maintenance services in the areas of CCTV, access control, intruder detection, fire detection and fibre optics amongst others.

Said Hallendorff, Director of CRS Alarms, "Prior to venturing into my own business in 1986, I had extensive experience in the computer industry, being trained as a computer technician, and subsequently gaining experience on numerous mainframe sites. CRS Alarms is therefore technically orientated and as such we are able to engineer successful installations in the security industry."

Added Hallendorff, "We have the resources and ability to handle practically any project, whatever the size, our largest project value to date being R1,5 million.

A policy of ours is to develop loyalty with our suppliers and this has proven to be of great value in the long run," he said.

CRS Alarms offers installation and maintenance of the following:

p CCTV systems.

p Access control systems.

p Intruder detection systems.

p Fire detection.

p Fibre optics.

p Custom electronics.

Says Hallendorff, "We believe there is still place in this over a traded a industry if the security systems solution provider is able to address the client's needs in a cost-effective manner. If any player (large or small) is to survive in this industry, the company's key personnel must be accessible to the client."

For details contact Chris Hallendorff of CRS Alarms on tel: (011) 315 1673, fax: (011) 315 9718 or e-mail:

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