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The right choice is Macquarie Alarm Services.
About Us

Local Ownership. 

Macquarie Alarm Services is a locally owned company and employs in excess of 25 local people.

Alarm Monitoring. 

Our alarm monitoring partner Onwatch is prompt, courteous and helpful. Graded to Australian Standards, Onwatch are setting a new benchmark in the industry by the innovative use of technology and high levels of customer service.

Service Response.

With 10 full time, qualified security technicians we are able to address your technical needs quickly and efficiently. 

Access to Management

Our management team, based in Dubbo and Orange are ready and willing to listen and act upon your needs. 

Experience.

Having serviced the central west for many years we are equipped to continue to provide our service as seamlessly as possible.

GPRS / IP Monitoring.

Point to point monitoring of your alarm at a fixed price. No extra phone call charges and the extra security that GPRS devices provides.

Follow these links for more information. Multicom or Direct Wireless 

What We Do

Macquarie Alarm Services primary function is to provide 24 hour “back to base” monitoring of alarm diallers and to respond to these events in line with the company’s processes and customer’s needs. In addition to this we install and maintain these systems through our sales/service teams. We respond to and patrol customer premises through our manpower services division. Most other activities are handled internally by our administration team. We strive to be the benchmark for others by providing a local, friendly and familiar service to customers within our service area. At all times we endeavour to remain open, transparent and professional. 

  • 24 Hour Alarm Monitoring Service
  • Burglar Alarm Installation
  • Closed Circuit Television
  • Access Control Systems
  • Patrols and Guard Response
  • Static Guard
FAQs
What is access control?
A system, usually electronic, that controls the movement of authorised people in and out of dedicated areas of a building or complex. This control is usually based on authority levels and time zones. In most cases data is recorded and stored about when and by whom areas were accessed. Data can also be stored on who has been denied access. There is almost no limit to the size and complexity of an access control system.