CCTV Installation – Dial (778) 800-0733 for a 10% discount
We offer security camera products and installation services. We install hidden cameras, security cameras, wireless cameras and outdoor cameras. We also install spy cameras to help reduce or stop problems such as: internal theft, external theft, slip and fall lawsuits, employee performance issues and nanny problems. We offer custom equipment built to fit your needs. We can custom build law enforcement level equipment and closed circuit television surveillance which is becoming an increasing feature of our daily lives. Its deployment is commonplace in a variety of areas to which members of the public have free access.
We are all likely to be caught on camera while going about our everyday lives and those images are recorded and relayed back to a control room.
Regular everyday people are happy knowing that their safety and well being is covered by the cameras on the street corner or shopping center parking lots.
CCTV can only be part of an integrated approach to problems, where it can be a very effective means of crime prevention and detection, as well as crime reduction. CCTV is not just used for catching people doing “bad” things. CCTV is also used for many “useful” things, such as reuniting children and parents that have separated in a shopping center; helping visitors find their cars in parking lots; updating local radio with news about traffic flow; assisting with emergencies or other special events, and helping with the random odd occurrence that can happen from time to time.
Business owners may be able to: ? Negotiate lower insurance rates. ? Record slip and fall accidents. ? Deter robbery attempts or record robberies. ? Deter employee theft of cash or product. ? Record employee work practices. ? Watch their business from a home office or remote location.
Homeowners may be able to: ? Record nanny`s daily actives. ? Watch their home from work or a remote location. ? See who is at the door from a TV in the home. ? Watch a toddler from another room.
Security Camera Tips:
Remember to apply logic when picking cameras and lenses.
Consider the following when choosing a CCTV surveillance camera:
1. Sketch out a Floor Plan:
Add where you want all cameras to be located. Consider the distance to your surveillance zone: Are you 5 feet or 15 feet away from your surveillance target area? It is best to locate your camera as close to the surveillance area first. Then choose how much zoom you need. Do you need 4mm, 8mm or 12mm lens?
2. Field of view or area of surveillance:
Take photos of areas you want to cover from the proposed camera locations. What lens you need depends what you want to see and how far away and how wide a viewing area. Wide angle and fisheye lenses are available.
Do you want to capture a person’s face or a car license plate? Each camera location will determine which lenses would maximize your surveillance potential. Do you need 50mm lens or standard 8mm?
4. Vandalism potential:
Will your camera be subject to damage? Damage resistant cameras are available.
Is the space well lit or dimly lit. Are the lighting conditions simply unpredictable due to an outdoor influence? Are the lights turned off at night? Do you want to monitor the area with the lights turned off? Do you need infrared or low light cameras?
Just like any technology, the more you spend, the better the system you get. Keep in mind a low cost camera is better than no camera.