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Cell: 083 263 2681
Tel : 012 567 6939
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Area of Operation Pretoria, Centurion, Midrand, Brits, Johannesburg, Bronkhorstspruit

Why You Need an Electric Fence Compliance Certificate

If you are looking to install an electric fence, look no further than Tandem Security Systems. We have a team of accredited electric fence installers who can provide you with helpful advice and professional installations. When you install an electric fence on your property, 220 Volts of power are converted to direct current and although this is not lethal, the system installed has to be according to the guidelines and legal requirements. Your installer needs to make sure that it is done correctly and that your system is effective.

Electric fencing is perfect for homes of all sizes as they provide you with a barrier of protection. These fences carry an electric current that is not lethal but will still deliver a painful shock to intruders trying to enter y our property. This is seen as an effective deterrent to intruders looking to enter your property, which is why they have become so popular. It will also provide you with a visual perimeter that will allow you peace of mind when it comes to securing your home and property. You can also combine these fences with other security products like CCTV cameras, beams and retractable sliding doors.

Working with an accredited installer is essential as you need to make sure that your fence is installed correctly and that you also receive your compliance certificate when they are done. You need this to confirm that your installation was done by a professional who knows how to provide you with effective, high quality service and also an installation that complies with the legislation. Tandem Security Systems is a professional installer and we can assist you with electric fences at your home or office building.

Electric Fence Compliance Certificate

In 2012, legislation was implemented that requires all electric fence installations to comply with the SANS 10222-3 requirements. It also requires a accredit person, in this case the person who installs electric fences, to issue an electric fence compliance certificate for all newly installed fences. Any fencing product installed before December 2012 is exempt, but has to comply to the previous legislation before any certificate will be issued. This certificate is necessary if your house is sold or rented out to tenants.

Tandem Security Systems will issue an electric fence compliance certificate with all our installations, as we are accredited and a member of the South African Electric Fence Installers Association. We can also upgrade your current electrical fence and add other security devices like cameras and beams in order to make sure that you and your family is as safe as possible. Like all our products, our electric fences will be designed according to your specific needs. Clients have different needs and budgets, which is why we provide unique solutions for each client. We value our clients and make sure that we provide them with what they need.

Our team can provide you with professional advice and a free quotation on your electric fencing needs. Our area of operation includes Pretoria, Bronkhorstspruit, Centurion, Midrand, Brits and Johannesburg. We make use of only the best and advanced components when it comes to our electronic devices in order to produce a durable and affordable security system that is reliable and stable. Some of our products and services include estate and corporate intercom systems, domestic intercoms, boom and traffic barriers, sliding gate motors, swing gates, garage doors, CCTV installations, and more.

Tandem Security Systems specialise in a variety of fencing products and we can also issue our clients with electric fence compliance certificates. If you are looking for a professional electric fence installer, please get in touch and find out how we can provide you with a reliable, cost-effective solution.

 


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