Needing CCTV for peace of mind?
Imagine that dreaded phone call where you’re told that your home has been burgled, a member of staff has acted inappropriately at work, or someone has driven off in the night with your prized tractor.
Hindsight has a real sting in its tail so don’t leave it until it is too late.
If you’ve been feeling uneasy recently or need to keep watch on areas of your business, surveillance TV can protect your staff, customers, property and assets from abuse.
When discussing CCTV we think it’s important to start at the beginning, taking the time to understand your concerns so that we can recommend the best solutions for your situation.
In some cases it’s about providing an effective deterrent to inappropriate behaviour, in others it’s about being discreet. However, in almost all situations we are dealing with a series of cameras that work together in order to capture the optimum footage.
IP vs Analogue Cameras
All of the cameras we supply are HD, so as to provide you with the best quality picture. There’s no point taking the time to install CCTV if you don’t get a clear image to capture the action.
The use of IP cameras is now also steadily growing as the cost of equipment has started to become more affordable. An IP camera uses a computer network instead of a traditional Digital Video Recorder, meaning that it can provide far better quality pictures; allowing you to zoom in without the picture going grainy. An IP system also means no need for a separate power supply and it will provide a far easier scalability of system. If you’d like more information get in touch.
Where and how you monitor the footage is also important. You may be looking to just keep a record which can be played back when required in which case a back room location will suffice.
Alternatively, it may play an active role in your business for example gaining access to a secure area or monitoring people in a factory setting in which case it may have a more visual location.
With all of our setups, we provide remote viewing and playback options.
Repair & maintenance of existing CCTV systems
Cameras can take a fair bit of beating in the Scottish weather as well as receiving unwanted attention from vandals. We can help you repair and maintain your existing system as well as advise you on when upgrades are necessary.
It may be that you’ve extended your premises and so require additional cameras, or your existing system has been in place for 10 years and has seen some wear and tear.
Contact us directly and we can discuss your current issues and advise of the best solutions moving forward.