Secured by Sterling Security

Secured by Sterling Security is something we advise each home security alarm system and business security system customer to take advantage of as an extra deterrent feature of their security alarm.

For over 15 years we have been placing stickers on the windows and doors of our customers’ homes and businesses.

As the world continues to move online so have the burglars. The internet and your business website are a tool for burglars to research their victims just as much as it is a tool for your customers to use.

So on this basis our recommendation is that if you have a security system with Sterling Security that you allow our installers to place the standard stickers on your building and that you ask your web designer to add the ‘Secured by Sterling Security’ logo on the contact page of your website linking it back to the home page of our website or add the logo wherever your business address is displayed within your website so that burglars researching your business premises on the internet will be deterred by your security system before even visiting your address.

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Online research has identified the most relevant page for a burglar to use that is researching your business for a burglary attempt is your contact page.

By linking the logo to the Sterling Security website the burglar can verify we are a real threat to their burglary attempt and perhaps reconsider their target victim or preferably consider a new direction in life.

Call us now on 07 849 9355 to speak with one of my security experts or


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Te Rapa
PO Box 9459
Hamilton, Waikato
New Zealand

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