Security firm delighted with Brighouse base

No Entry Security Limited move to new premises in Brighouse. From the left, David Kenny, Joe Haley, Jade Haley and Steve Haley.
No Entry Security Limited move to new premises in Brighouse. From the left, David Kenny, Joe Haley, Jade Haley and Steve Haley.

No Entry Security Limited is thrilled to announce it has relocated its business premises from Leeds to Victoria Works, Calder Street, Brighouse.

No Entry Security or NES. started business in Leeds and has quickly grown following its accreditation by the SSAIB (Security Systems and Alarms Inspection Board ) enabling it to install systems to insurance requirements and to provide police response to alarms.

NES Managing Director Steve Haley, originally from Brighouse, has specialised in the security industry for over 20 years and since starting up the business has won orders for CCTV and intruder alarms at a number of high street stores including KFC and Costa.

NES has excelled in providing CCTV security systems for residential customers by enabling the viewing of their home from their smart phone and continues its growth in intruder alarms .

Steve said: “Following increased orders we decided we needed to continue our growth by expanding the business and Brighouse was ideal for us. Moving the business to Brighouse has enabled us to recruit new staff. Jade Haley has joined for administration and son Joseph has started an engineering apprenticeship”.

The new offices at Victoria Works has seen the company expand to include a rapid response keyholder service and a CCTV repair facility.

NES will be opening an innovation suite displaying the latest CCTV and security equipment very soon.