Broadland Security Alarms are re-branding!

Broadland Security Alarms are re-branding!

Over the last 48 years, we have been your ‘security in safe hands’. You may have seen our vans driving around with the BSA logo in blue and grey and the alarm boxes on buildings of white and blue or the brighter yellow version.

We are now having a more vibrant and modern update. We will be changing our colours and having a slight name change. From the 13th June 2019, we will be known as BSA Security & Fire, instead of Broadland Security Alarms.

Along with this exciting change we will also be more invested in our social media outlets, which includes Facebook and Twitter.

Why the change?

The simple reason is that our company is expanding and we are now involved in more areas of security and fire safety systems. The new name change reflects this. We have grown from our loyal and steady customer base along with our sister company, Willert Electrical and have gone from strength–to–strength over the years.

We are now specialists in the installation and maintenance of the following security and fire safety systems:

Intruder Alarms / Burglar Alarms, Wireless Alarms, CCTV, Fire Alarms, Emergency Lighting, Fire Extinguishers, Access Control Systems and Automatic Gates and Barriers. 

Remaining the same:

But don’t be alarmed, our values will remain the same. We will still be the friendly, professional company that have been there for you and local businesses since 1971 and we will still be able to provide a wide range of systems that can be tailored to your individual needs.

The main phone number and address will continue to be the same:

01502 564499, Christ Church Square, Whapload Road, Lowestoft, NR32 1XD.

Our banking details will also remain the same (04319028, 53-81-16) and cheques can be made payable to ‘BSA’.

There will however be a new website address ( and email address for example (

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