Te Kauwhata Business Installs Monitored Alarm System with CCTV Security Cameras
Published 08 Dec 2014
Category: Business Security System Hamilton & Waikato, Alarm Monitoring Service in Hamilton for the Waikato, Security Cameras
A business in the Waikato town of Te Kauwhata was prompted to organise a business security system due to some recent broken windows and general vandalism of the building that was occurring. They felt if they left this unchecked it would eventually lead to a full break in of the business.
The Te Kauwhata business owner did some research amongst friends and upon a recommendation contacted Brendon Frost for some advice on the recommended business security system to implement.
After visiting the business premises to analysis the building challenges and discussing the recent security threats with the owner of the business Brendon recommended a Bosch alarm system with three sensors integrated with a CCTV system utilising one internal and two external security cameras to ensure full coverage around concealed areas to identify and stop the vandalism to the building.
Full monitoring was also recommended and accepted so that the owner could be quickly alerted to any issues that might arise.
The installation of the business security system was undertaken by two of our security experts over a full day. The main challenge with this installation was due to the building being quite old and the fact that additions to the building had been made over a number of years. One of the installers likened the building to a bit of a rabbit warren where cabling the alarm system became a cunning affair!
Thankfully the Te Kauwhata business owner was on site the entire day as the business was open and they were able to consult with our technicians during the installation process.
Since the business alarm system with security cameras was installed we are happy to report there have been no further vandalism issues to date and the customer is very happy with the end result and flexibility of their new business security system.