The GDH3 Wireless home alarm with intelligent control comes with Honeywell's innovative new keypad, which provides sophisticated features such as Preventative Prompts and At Home Zoning Mode for greater peace of mind.
The contactless tags make it incredibly easy to arm and disarm your alarm system - simply swipe against the keypad and you're ready to go. All this is backed up by our 2 year product guarantee.
Perfect for the entire family to use, simply activate and deactivate you alarm with a single touch.
It even lets you know if you've left a window or door open so you can leave you home with complete peace of mind.
Crime is a fact of life, and at GDH3 we know the true cost of burglary is not just what they take, it’s what they leave behind.
You're less likely to become a victim of burglary if you have a well-fitted and maintained burglar alarm system, according to London's Metropolitan Police and a "Which?" survey of ex-burglars.
This page in not intended to cause unnecessary worry, but rather to acquaint you with some of the key facts and figures on burglary that you may not have seen gathered into one place before.
How common is burglary?
Every 37 seconds a home somewhere in Britain is burgled.
Every year there are over 1 million burglaries and attempted burglaries.
20% of households experience more than one incident a year, 13% are burgled twice and 7% three or more times.
Between 1981 and 1993 burglaries increased by 137%. There was a decline though the 90's which has now leveled off and 2002 showed a 5% annual increase.
Aggravated burglary (where the occupiers are home at the time) rose 14% in 2002.
Which houses are targeted?
In a road, the burglar will choose the property without visible signs of security, such as security lighting or alarm bell boxes, over those with such devices.
Households are more than twice as likely to be burgled if they've been burgled in the previous four years.
Most burglaries are not pre-planned, they're committed by opportunist thieves who spot an open door, window or valuables on display.
British Crime Survey statistics show that security devices, in particular intruder alarms "are very effective in reducing the risk of burglary".