Installing video surveillance

Video Surveillance

Video Surveillance systems are an essential part of securing your home or business. These systems can range from wireless home security cameras to sophisticated systems that cover every inch and notify you of possible issues. The presence of security cameras can serve as a deterrent to would-be thieves, while hidden cameras can protect discreetly. Whether you want to keep an eye on business at nearby facilities or document every person approaching your home’s front door, the right equipment for the job can offer the necessary protection.

Consider this…

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wireless or wired
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onsite or cloud recording
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full or part time live view options

The first decision that you’ll need to make is if you need wireless or wired, onsite or cloud recording, or full or part-time live view options for your camera system. The correct answer likely depends on what coverage you want, attic or drop-ceiling access, and budget. If you have the luxury of being able to drill holes and hide wires, we’ll likely recommend a wired system. On the other hand, if running wires isn’t realistic, you’ll enjoy the versatility that Wi-Fi and wireless cameras offer. All these considerations will affect what camera system you ultimately choose. For example, if you need to capture high-definition surveillance video over long periods, bandwidth is a consideration. If you need continuous live view video; then recorder placement and brand capability will be important.

Whether you need a system to protect your home or business, you can depend on surveillance video systems to document everything that happens on your property. Let us review your property and budget to find the right protection to meet your needs.