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Arlington branch of security franchise offers video surveillance systems

From left, John M. and John R. Stedham, the father-and-son team behind the Arlington branch of MonitorClosely.Com. -
From left, John M. and John R. Stedham, the father-and-son team behind the Arlington branch of MonitorClosely.Com.
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ARLINGTON The western Washington branch of MonitorClosely.Com has set up shop in Arlington and branch manager John R. Stedham wants the regions residents and businesses to benefit from the companys digital surveillance systems.
It can show you what goes on at your business when youre not there, said Stedham, who runs the branch with his son, John M. Stedham. Its good for helping to deter theft and vandalism and to ensure safety, but it can also reward good work and good behavior.
Stedham touted the surveillance systems potential applications in factories, retail stores, restaurants, schools, daycare centers, assisted living facilities, hotels, apartment complexes and private residences, since the systems range from single to multiple video cameras, monitored via the Internet.
Ive installed a system in my own house, Stedham said. My son and I have learned firsthand how to operate it, in addition to receiving training on the equipment from the franchise, and well teach you how to use it, too. We offer a five-year warranty and a 24-hour help line, and we upgrade your system every year, to make sure it lasts all five years.
Stedham encouraged those with questions to contact him by phone at 360-259-0796.

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