Residential

From individual homes to entire communities, ProForce provides security for the householder, the condominium association, the luxury apartment complex and the home owners’ association.

Security is an important part of a resident’s quality of life. Security is not a luxury but one of Maslow’s hierarchy of basic human needs, just above the psychological needs of breathing, food, water and sleep. Good security increases the desirability of a community. ProForce provides security guards who enhance a neighborhood by their professionalism. ProForce guards are smartly dressed in uniform and trained to be polite and helpful. 

The board of a condominium or home owners’ association, which is typically made up of volunteers, does not want to manage the day-to-day security functions. ProForce provides the management expertise and works with the property manager and other professionals to form part of a cohesive team. Good communications between the client and ProForce and to the individual guards is paramount. A supervisor is always available, if needed.

ProForce security guards or law enforcement officers provide the following services to residential communities:

  • Access control, including visitor logs,
  • Concierge/valet services in luxury apartment buildings,
  • Traffic control, including enforcing traffic laws,
  • Parking enforcement,
  • Security patrols,
  • Peace keeping at meetings,
  • Community center security, including swimming pool supervision,
  • First aid and emergency co-ordination.

For individual households, the menu of vacation and other services that a client may select from, includes:

  • Elderly checks,
  • Internal inspections, daily or less frequently, looking for:
    • Plumbing leaks,
    • Malfunctioning air-conditioning, including wine storage,
    • Lighting schedules,
    • Any other damage and maintenance issues,
    • Refrigerator & freezer problems,
    • Making sure appliances are off or on, as applicable,
    • Resetting alarm systems,
    • Mail and delivery checks and
    • Watering house plants.
  • External inspections, checking for:
    • Any signs of attempted break-in,
    • Check all doors and windows locked,
    • Leaking landscaping sprinklers,
    • External lighting,
    • Pick up deliveries,
    • Pool and spa problems, and
    • Landscape damage.
    • Mail holding/forwarding,
    • Drive-by patrols.