Dave Read is the owner and operator of Valley Hawk Security, which operates throughout the Columbia River area. Photo Submitted

Business Profile: Valley Hawk Security provides consistency and service you can trust

By Sarah Wegelin

Valley Hawk Security has been serving the Columbia Valley since 2005.

It provides customers with professional security services at reasonable rates, including mobile patrols, security guards, alarm response, property checks, and house sitting. Owner and operator Dave Read says he has established a strong foundation of trust among his clients in the communities the company patrols which has led to its long-term success.

“We are consistent in our services,” Read explains, adding that staff will find and solve all types of problems in the homes of clients, from break ins to property issues, heating problems, water leaks, appliances, and pest control issues.

Valley Hawk Security serves residents and businesses through the Columbia Valley, and many homes for seasonal community members and snow birds. Read says people need security, even in small towns. He offers customers one free month for a one-year subscription to their services.

“Customers contact Valley Hawk Security when they need trusted and consistent peace of mind for their residential or commercial properties. The need for security can come not only from personal belief but more often due to a requirement of their insurance policy for weekly or bi-weekly inspections. Some commercial properties will require even more security including on-site security guards,” explains Read.

A testimonial on services provided by Valley Hawk Security states that customers are happy with their service, and the company is able to find issues and hire the necessary people to fix them. Valley Hawk is also said to look after people’s homes as if they are their own.

For more information check out www.valleyhawk.com.

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