Sterling Security

Alarm Monitoring

24/7 Alarm system monitoring

Our alarm monitoring is controlled from a state of the art, secure facility in Hamilton utilising the latest technology and local know how.

Alarm

We provide alarm system monitoring Nationwide and have a large client base throughout the greater Waikato area including Cambridge, Hamilton, Huntly, Matamata, Morrinsville , Otorohanga, Paeroa, Putaruru, Raglan, Taupo, Tokoroa, Te Aroha, Te Awamutu, Te Kuiti, Thames, Tirau, Turangi, Whangamata & Whitianga.

Alarm monitoring can be configured to suit your security needs. Operating over fixed lines or GSM, the monitoring centre can send you a text message each time a sensor is activated or our monitoring staff phone you as soon as a sensor has been activated. If you are unable to attend an alarm activation, you can request an SRS security guard to attend or if you are not able to be contacted this can be done automatically.

If your security system utilises security cameras our monitoring centre operators can access the live footage and determine if the burglars are still on site.

Local alarm monitoring

Sterling Security Ltd is the first choice for so many home owners and business operators who need reliable alarm monitoring because we’re not a large corporate; the people you speak with are the people who make the decisions. Our management team are always available to take your call.

This is an important factor for most customers because some 80% of the other monitoring services are based in Auckland or further afield, so your home would be monitored from there. They don’t know the geographic area; we do. We employ local staff who monitor your alarm from our headquarters in Hamilton NZ.

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“They were cost competitive and the installation was completed in a professional manner.” — Hillcrest Normal School

“The professionalism, friendly attitude and can do attitude of staff is to be commended.” — Geoff & Val Kreegher

“We are very pleased indeed with the result. We find it easy to operate and the fittings blend in well into the building. We would...” — Courthouse Museum Otorohanga