Argos Homewatch of Palm City, FL, earns sixth-year accreditation from the NHWA!

Jack Luber
Executive Director


Argos Homewatch of Palm City, Florida, has earned accreditation from the NHWA for the sixth year.

Argos Homewatch was founded in March of 2015, with Dennis and Elizabeth Hanner joining the team later in the year, establishing Argos Homewatch as a means to bringing their clients the assurance and peace of mind they look for when away from their properties. Available 24/7, with additional services upon request, Argos Homewatch is proud to serve its clients on the Treasure Coast. Dennis brought over 25 years of law enforcement with Martin County to Argos, while Liz brought her 45 years of residency and long-term business ties in the community. Their experience allows Liz and Dennis to provide comprehensive services that make their clients’ lives away from their vacation homes worry- and hassle-free.  

Precise in all that they do, they use state-of-the-art reporting equipment, combined with quality service, ensuring that their clients receive detailed scheduled reports on their valuable assets from a reliable, reputable company. They have a great relationship with local vendors and contractors that they make available for the best services for their clients.  

Liz has earned the designation of Certified Home Watch Professional from the NHWA, making her one of the elite Home Watch providers in the industry. The CHWP designation shows Liz’s commitment to providing excellent service to her clients.

Liz Hanner

Dennis Hanner

Argos Homewatch serves Martin and St. Lucie Counties. You can reach them at (772) 403-7766 or at Learn more at their website,

Congratulations, Liz and Dennis!

As always, I wish you

Much success,


A little about the National Home Watch Association: The NHWA was formed in 2009 in order to establish and maintain the highest industry standards for Home Watch and absentee homeowner services throughout the United States and Canada (

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