CCTV Installation St-Albans
Give us a call on 01727 221 556
At Titus Alarm and CCTV Installation St-Albans we aim to give you peace of mind against crimes such as assault and burglary. Therefore we have created a system which drastically lowers your risk of intruders. If a crime does occur, you can use our system as crucial video evidence.
Customer safety is our number one priority at Titus Alarm and CCTV Installer St-Albans. Which is why we have created the most effective, user-friendly systems. We also provide all prospective clients with a free call-out service and free quote.
CCTV systems for your safety
We offer a range of CCTV systems at Titus Alarm and CCTV Installation St-Albans. For instance, our business system. This is available to all business properties in and around the area. We have designed our systems to be very cost-effective and easy to follow.
Our wireless system is also available at Titus Alarm and CCTV Installer St-Albans. Our certified technicians can provide you with a hassle free, seamless installation. As well as future upgrades if necessary.
At Titus Alarm and CCTV Installation St-Albans we have created an app which provides you with remote viewing access from anywhere in the world. Our app is free and easy to download on all Android and IOS devices. Therefore you can use your smartphone, laptop, tablet or PC to view a stream of live footage at 4k UHD resolution.
Why should you pick Titus Alarm and CCTV?
Prior to installing your CCTV systems our fitters will undertake a full risk assessment. Thus ensuring we are fully aware of all your security needs, and can provide you with the ideal solution.
Afterwards we will provide you with a clear and concise project plan. Thus allowing you to see all the work that has to be done. We guarantee to meet all your requirements, regardless of what they are.
We only use the latest equipment which has been tested and approved. Ensuring we provide you with the best possible system and allowing us to exceed industry standards.
Get in touch with Titus Alarm and CCTV
Take the initial steps in safeguarding your property and get in touch with us today. Whatever your needs we are more than happy to help you out.
Whether it’s to book an appointment, or make an enquiry give us a call on 01727 221 556
The Roman city of Verulamium, the second-largest town in Roman Britain after Londinium, developed from the Celtic settlement and was granted the rank of municipium around AD 50, meaning that its citizens had what were known as “Latin Rights”, a lesser citizenship status than a colonia possessed. It grew to a significant town, and as such received the attentions of Boudica of the Iceni in 61, when Verulamium was sacked and burnt on her orders:excavations preceding the museum’s new entrance done in 1996-7 within the centre of the Roman town gave archaeologists the chance to date a black ash layer to 60-65 AD, thus confirming the Roman written record.
It grew steadily; by the early 3rd century, it covered an area of about 125 acres (0.51 km2), behind a deep ditch and wall. Verulamium contained a forum, basilica and a theatre, much of which were damaged during two fires, one in 155 and the other in around 250. These were repaired and continued in use in the 4th century. The theatre was disused by the end of the 4th century. One of the few extant Roman inscriptions in Britain is found on the remnants of the forum (see Verulamium Forum inscription). The town was rebuilt in stone rather than timber at least twice over the next 150 years. Roman occupation ended between 400 and 450 AD.