Home Panic Alarms

In situations involving potential violence, adding additional home panic alarm buttons, in strategic locations throughout the home can provide added security and peace of mind. Here are some suggestions for where our personal panic buttons can be placed:


  1. Near Entry/Exit Points: Install panic buttons near doors and windows, where an individual may attempt to enter or exit the premises unlawfully.

  2. In Bedrooms: Place panic buttons in bedrooms, particularly if they are located on different floors of the house, to ensure quick access to help in case of an emergency.

  3. In High-Risk Areas: Identify areas of the home where there is a higher risk of confrontation or violence, such as the kitchen or living room, and install panic buttons nearby.

  4. Near Safe Rooms or Safe Zones: If your home has a designated safe room or area where you can seek refuge during a violent incident, install panic buttons in or near these locations.

  5. In Hidden or Discreet Locations: Conceal panic buttons in inconspicuous areas, such as under tables, behind furniture, or within household items like planters or decorative objects.

  6. In Hallways or Corridors: Place panic buttons along main hallways or corridors to ensure easy access from various areas of the home.

  7. Near Staircases: Install panic buttons near staircases to provide quick access to help, especially if there are multiple levels in the home.

  8. In Outbuildings or Garages: If applicable, consider installing panic buttons in outbuildings, garages, or other detached structures on the property to extend protection beyond the main residence.

  9. In Areas with Limited Visibility: Identify areas of the home with limited visibility or where you may feel particularly vulnerable, such as dark corners or blind spots, and install panic buttons in these locations.

  10. In Children’s Rooms: Ensure children have access to panic buttons in their rooms or nearby, particularly if they are old enough to understand how to use them in an emergency.

By strategically placing panic buttons in these locations, individuals can quickly and discreetly summon assistance in the event of a violent or threatening situation, enhancing overall safety and security within the home.

Home Panic Button FAQ

Up to 20 home panic alarm buttons can be added to our in home personal alarm systems. You will be given the option to add 2 additional panic alarm buttons during the online ordering process, however if you require more please contact us.

Pressing the home panic alarm button initiates a swift and coordinated response to address your needs during any emergency. Here’s a step-by-step breakdown:

1. Connection to Monitoring Centre: A direct connection is established through the personal alarm base unit to our 24/7 monitoring center. Trained operators can access the details you provided when you joined the service.

2. Two-Way Communication: If the alarm has been ordered for a situation involving potential violence in the home, the operators will initially remain silent upon the two-way speech channel opening, aiming to assess the situation. 

3. Contacting Emergency Contacts: The 24/7 operators can then contact your designated contacts. These are individuals you specified that should be contacted, when you joined the service.

4. Emergency Services: In the case of a serious emergency or if your designated contacts are unavailable, the monitoring center can contact the emergency services. They provide your location and relevant information for a prompt and appropriate response.


If the call-handlers at the 24/7 monitoring center are unable to hear a response from you, they will contact one of the emergency contacts you have provided, such as a neighbour, family member, or police liason officer.

Don’t worry if you accidentally press your pendant or SOS locator alarm button. Monitoring centres are accustomed to receiving accidental calls. In any case, you should press the alarm button at least once a month to ensure your home panic alarm is functioning correctly.

No, the home panic alarm buttons buttons do not detect falls. Instead, they are activated manually, by pressing a button. However, if you are in need of a home panic alarm buttons with automatic impact/fall down detection, please contact us.

When your home panic alarm system arrives it will include everything you need for a seamless setup. If you opt for the broadband version, the base unit (that’s the part with the two-way speech) will need to connect into the back of your WiFi router. The other cable plugs from the home panic alarm system into an electrical socket. In the case of a GSM home panic alarm system (for homes without broadband) only a nearby electrical socket is needed. Setup instructions are also included. In case you require additional assistance, we also provide a dedicated helpline number for any queries or concerns you may have during the setup.

There is free standard delivery for all residential (non-commercial) orders to UK postcodes.

If you change your mind about the home panic alarm system, you have the right to cancel your order within 14 days of receiving the alarm and receive a full refund. Just make sure to return the system in its original condition and packaging.

We kindly recommend reviewing our terms and conditions for further details regarding the process of cancellations and returns.

To determine if you qualify for VAT exemption, we recommend referring to our comprehensive  VAT Exemption Guidance. This guide will provide you with valuable information and guidance on the eligibility criteria and the process to claim VAT exemption.

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