Mixed Wired & Wireless Security Alarm for Dairy Farmer Burgled Whilst at Church
Published 10 Jun 2015
Category: Home Security System Hamilton & Waikato, Alarm Monitoring Service in Hamilton for the Waikato
A senior dairy farmer was burgled whilst attending Sunday church in March this year. Unfortunately he lost jewellery belonging to his deceased wife that had sentimental value along with guns & tools.
The son of this farmer lives just two doors down the same road and had been warning his dad for some time to secure the property located on the outskirts of Hamilton. Unfortunately it took the loss of things that could not be replaced before he took his sons advice!
Security consultant Guy met with the farmer the day after the burglary and after thoroughly checking the property and talking with the farmer recommended a Bosch home alarm system with three wired sensors and two wireless sensors, sirens and remotes.
The alarm system would be monitored by our local alarm monitoring centre allowing quick alerts back to the customer or the call out of guard services if the alarm is activated.
The five sensors were required to ensure adequate coverage of the large home and ease of use. The house includes a basement garage that was best fitted with wireless sensors as it would be too difficult and expensive to run wiring down into the garage.
The farmer was a little shaken up from the loss of his personal property and the invasion of his long-time home so he appreciated our efforts to get the installation completed for him the next day.
The customer left us to install the alarm system as we thought best. A noticeable challenge for the installers during the install was a split level roof with two separate access points that meant we had to draw cables through different level roof cavities.
But within three hours we had completed the install and secured the home.
The customer is also considering driveway beams as he has a four hundred metre driveway that we have recommended still needs securing.
The customer was very happy with the work carried out and the compassion and urgency we showed during this difficult time for him.
This is a more senior farmer who has never had any issues in the past thirty years and now has to get used to securing his property every time he is out on the farm. The use of remotes makes this a reasonably simple task for him to do.