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Protecting your world


Our world today

All homeowners agree that protecting family and safeguarding your property are of high importance. At Chubb, we understand this, not only to secure your home but to enable people to live at home for longer.

Being a victim of crime can cause emotional stress in addition to financial loss. The level of home security is a key factor in determining the likelihood of burglary victimisation. Analysis of the 2011/12 CSEW shows that 6% of households with no or less than basic home security were victims of burglary in the previous 12 months compared with 1% of households with basic or enhanced security.

As our population is aging, this is causing constraints on the provision of health and social care into the community. Technology enabled care assists care plans and offers individuals, their families and carers, security and peace of mind, through services that enables people to stay independent in their own home for as long as possible.

Chubb solution

Investing in a home security system can provide homeowners with an added sense of security. As one of the industry leaders, Chubb understands what is required and offers innovative security solutions to keep you safe. Our monitored house alarm will help to deter unwanted visitors and includes police response.

This is all supported by our UK based monitoring centre, which provides a 24/7 service, so you know help is at hand when you need it. Chubb has a proven track record in delivering solutions to the residential sector.

For added peace of mind, as you or your partner grows older or if you are concerned about an older family member, it is important to know that help is at hand if a situation arises.

Chubb provides a technology enabled care solution which is a vital link for older, disabled and vulnerable people. By combining an easy-to-use monitored solution is designed to suit your personal needs, for either short or long term care. This solution is tailored to those who are at risk of falling, dementia, hearing loss, failing vision or for all who just want peace of mind that if something happens, someone will be there to help.

*source: Crime Survey for England and Wales 2011/12 Office of national statistics