WA Seniors Card Can Get a Rebate of Up To $400 for Home Security

Time and time again, police see residents become complacent around homes security- until their neighbourhood is affected by a burglary or theft.

The majority of break-ins are opportunistic, especially when there is evidence of quick and easy entry and unsecured valuables are visible.

Be it a house, unit, townhouse or multi-residential living and properties, there are many measures that can be taken to ensure we are safeguarding our properties and valuables.

By protecting home security, Western Australian Seniors Card members can now claim up to $400 per household towards the purchase of eligible home security equipment - as part of the 2021-22 State Budget.

The $12 million program will provide WA Seniors Card members with a rebate of up to $400 for the purchase and installation of devices such as:

  • home alarm and CCTV systems;
  • security door screens;
  • door and window deadlocks;
  • security window screens or shutters;
  • security sensor lights;
  • WiFi video doorbells;
  • residual current devices;
  • mains powered smoke alarms; and
  • fire extinguishers and fire blankets.

Home Guards, the real wired free Intelligent and diligent home security camera, 100% wired free and 10 seconds installation. 1080P HD, Two-Way Audio etc.

To be eligible for a WA Seniors Card, people must be aged 64 and above, an Australian citizen or permanent resident, reside in WA and work less than 25 hours per week.