Many homes and businesses are investing in a CCTV camera for security. A home CCTV camera is an excellent way to keep your home and its perimeter more secure. Whether you want to see what is happening in your house when you are away or seek to deter burglars and other intruders, a home CCTV camera makes it easy.
What is CCTV ?
A closed-circuit television camera (CCTV) is an integral part of a TV system that is used for security and surveillance reasons. They are a private way to monitor what is happening in and around your home. Cameras are strategically placed so you can observe certain areas of your house and property. The cameras communicate with monitors and the images are shown only to the people who are designated to see it. This provides an optimum level of privacy and security. This system is reliable, which means it is often used for traffic monitoring, building and grounds security, medical facilities and other important purposes. A CCTV camera can also be used to keep your home and its occupants safer. You can watch it from the monitor, a computer, and even your smartphone.
Our experience surveyors and system engineers will design the exact system you require using the most suitable and up to date equipment available, providing sound advice on the most cost-effective and professional solution for your specific needs.
Benefits of Using CCTV
With the cost of CCTV systems reducing quite dramatically over the past decade, a camera system for the home and small business has now become a viable security add-on for the majority of people. Current estimates suggest that as many as 5% of households now employ some form of CCTV, be it a simple single camera that views callers at the entrance door or a full-blown system which can monitor and record anything that takes place within the curtilage of the dwelling. There are many advantages of a CCTV installation in your home or business including:
- Crime prevention.
- Real-time surveillance.
- Enhanced employee productivity.
- Criminal evidence.
- Reduces employee related incidences.
- Handling disputes.
- Enhance customer experience.
- Reduce security costs.
- Quality monitoring of high-risk areas.
- Full proof protection/coverage.