Whether you request a quotation online or over the phone, the process is fairly straightforward and the first step is to discuss your requirements with one of our installers below are the steps listed in detail.
Your installer will take care of everything, acting as a single point of contact for you throughout the process.
If you have a problem, you can speak to a man who can solve it rather than speaking to a call centre.
When you’re happy to go ahead, your installer will book a date that’s convenient for you.
We can usually arrange an install within two weeks, but if you want it sooner, you might want to consider our fast track service
Quality Installations allows you to better gain information.
To accomplish these objectives our installation team focus on the following points.
- Ensuring the installation allows the products to be used to its full potential
- Adding value to your property
- Increasing your trust in the surveillance system installed
- The Installation should Allow for easy upgrading, also making it more cost effective
- Quality installation will decrease call-outs after warranties expires
- Less Maintenance needed will save money
- Giving you peace of mind when installation is finished
- Providing trust in the surveillance system installed
Is it worth getting CCTV at home?
Advantages of CCTV Cameras
The primary advantage is that CCTV acts as a crime deterrent. Potential criminals who see the camera may be dissuaded from following through with their planned criminal activities for fear of being caught on tape. This leads to another advantage of CCTV – increased safety
CCTV stands for Closed Circuit Television and refers to one or more cameras linked to a monitoring point and/or recording device.
CCTV is used for cameras to view an area for the use of Security, Safety or Monitoring.
The type of system should be designed with the purpose in mind along with environmental conditions. Our surveyors are trained to match the correct equipment to your system’s needs.
Digital CCTV refers to the use of the storage medium for the images, typically a hard drive within a DVR (Digital Video Recorder). This is not being too confused with IP video cameras which refer to the transport medium used to connect with the recording device.
This is a type of based Video Analytics. It is able to see movement within the scene and can execute an action; like increase the record rate or email a picture etc… Basic Video Motion is not suited to external use as objects such as trees will cause it to trigger.
Yes, most DVR’s these days include remote viewing software. All you will need is a broadband line to which the DVR gets connected to.
Remote monitoring is the linking of your site to our Video Control room where they can see and control the CCTV whilst having the ability to issue warnings over a speaker system.
DVR means Digital Video Recorder. This is the recording device that replaced the old video records that used tapes.