On February 20, 2021, A Joyful Noise Music Store was broken into. A concrete flower pot had been thrown through their glass window. Unfortunately, they only had one camera that was not able to catch the event. We at Warren Doors became aware of the situation and wanted to assist the owner, Dave, in helping make his shop more secure. Warren Doors & Access Control decided that we would donate and install a 6-camera system at Joyful Noise.
A Joyful Noise Music Store has been in the Milton community for over 20 years providing acoustic and electric guitars and basses, amps, pianos, folk instruments, ukuleles, and string instruments. As well as private lesson and instrument repairs. The opening of their shop is recounted on their site, “The desire to own a music store and a custom guitar shop was birthed out of a project that my son Jacob and I started when he was only 14. He was a bass player and wanted something better than the P bass that he was playing at the time. When we weighed his taste in instruments against my budget, we had to compromise. We decided to build a custom bass ourselves. Although we had no experience in this area, the project went very well. The bass was beautiful, and we became much closer. We decided then that someday we would have our own music store with a custom guitar shop. “Someday” turned out to be three years later, which was much longer than Jacob hoped for, but much sooner than I could have possibly imagined.”
A Joyful Noise Music Store and Dave give so much to the community, we wanted to give something back. Our donated service included six Warren W-Series cameras and two TB DVRs. This access control system will now provide the store with the security it needs as well as peace of mind.
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