Security Monitoring Service
Our Company Values
Our objective is to make sure our clients think our alarm monitoring and security services are excellent in every way. Our employees are dedicated to ensuring that we uphold the highest standards across the board in all our dealings with our clients, both on the ground and at our head office. Excellence also means attracting the most talented individuals to our workforce and then making sure they have all the necessary training and skills they need in order to excel.
At Total Guard, we are committed to acting responsibly. Whether it’s in delivering the highest standards of service to our clients, ensuring our workforce has access to training and development to help further their careers, or in recognising our duty to mitigate our environmental impact, we take all our responsibilities very seriously.
While we strive to deliver excellence to all our clients, we know that there is always something we can do better. We listen to our clients all the time – your feedback helps us to improve and hone our security monitoring service. We’re always looking for ways to develop and improve the effectiveness of our systems and embrace innovation and new technology that will help us achieve and deliver more to our clients.
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Our goals are simple:
1. To deliver reliable, cost-effective services of the highest quality with integrity.
2. To consistently meet and exceed the needs of our clients.
3. And to do this whilst adhering to all statutory, self-regulatory and environmental requirements.
Established in 1988, the Total Group is a family-run business founded on the pure ethos of delivering excellent client satisfaction in all we do. We are totally committed to all our clients and to the quality of security monitoring service we provide to every single one. We understand that each client is unique and tailor our contracts appropriately.
We make it our business to understand the specific needs for every single one of our clients and believe that it is this personal touch which makes us stand out from the competition.
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Total Guard is lucky to be in a position to support several charities and great causes, both locally and nationally. We’re very proud that we can make a difference, even if it’s only in a small way.
- In Sue’s Name
- World Child Cancer
- Centre Stage School of Performing Arts
- Acorn Theatre Company
- Children with Cancer UK
- Hope For Gabriel
This is a registered charity based locally to Total Guard’s North London office. It was founded by the father of a woman who died in 2011 aged 42, after a short battle with brain cancer.
In Sue’s Name aims to raise funds to help further research into the causes of brain cancer and to provide solutions for suffers and their families. We are one of the sponsors of the annual Golf Day, specifically the trophies. Over the years, the charity has raised over £100,000 and we are delighted to be associated with this worthy cause.
World Child Cancer is a London-based charity whose aim is to help some of the poorest children around the world access cancer diagnosis and care. These children and their families struggle to find appropriate treatment and subsequently to shoulder the huge financial burden that a cancer diagnosis brings.
World Child Cancer create twinning partnerships between hospitals in the developing world and childhood cancer hospitals in the developed world. Through these partnerships, valuable expertise is shared to help build and develop the capacity and knowledge of local doctors and nurses.
World Child Cancer also fund awareness programmes, support treatment costs, ward equipment and essential staff posts, and advocate with policy makers. They also help to build the resilience of families during an extremely difficult time. We provided a number of days cleaning per year at no cost to World Child Cancer.
Established in 1999, Centre Stage School of Performing Arts provides training in Drama, Dance and Singing to students aged 4 to 19 in North London. The ethos of the school is to provide high quality performing arts training with a warm and compassionate environment.
As well as enhancing students understanding of the arts, Centre Stage aims to increase their self-confidence through personal development, with community spirit and mutual respect at the heart of the school.
We support Centre Stage with sponsorship of events throughout their annual calendar, including sponsorship of some of the awards at their annual “Oscars” night.
Acorn Theatre Company is an amateur dramatic society based in North London. Established in 1989, their aims are to put on pantomimes and musical shows, whilst raising money for local charities. Since their inception, they have raised over £73,000 for charities including the North London Hospice, Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice, the Enfield branch of the National Autistic Society, the Friends of Cheviots Children’s Centre, DAZU (for young carers) and many more.
Total Clean supports Acorn by advertising in the programmes for their productions.
Children with Cancer is the leading national childrens’ charity dedicated to the fight against all childhood cancers.
Funds raised by the charity go towards funding life-saving research into the causes, prevention and treatment of childhood cancers, funding innovative welfare projects to provide better care for young cancer patients and their families, campaigning to raise awareness of childhood cancers to protect more children and improving the lives of young cancer patients, today and for future generations.
We were involved with Children with Cancer for over 5 years, supporting them with a commercial arrangement that generated over £2,000 per year in charitable donations.
Hope for Gabriel is a charity set up by the parents of a little boy who was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy five years ago. The charity is based in North London, near to our head office.
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is a progressive muscle wasting condition for which there is currently no cure. Duchenne sufferers lose the ability to walk between the ages of 8 and 12 years old, and also the use of their arms and muscles in the upper body. Gradually, all muscles in the body deteriorate, affecting the heart and lungs as well, reducing life expectancy to late teens to mid-twenties.
We were delighted to support Hope for Gabriel’s Charity Ball and wish them all the best with their future fundraising efforts.