CCTV Systems

With technology developing by the day, CCTV systems and the quality of the resolution has never been better. They have now become the most widely used piece of equipment to deter or catch burglars in the act. Since the first CCTV systems were introduced to the public in the 1980’s they have developed in every way possible, even systems are filming in 4K resolution to give customers better quality pictures and videos than ever before.  

 

Did you know that you can install an app onto your smartphone that can control your CCTV system? Some also allow you to see the footage that is being recorded at that point in time; this shows you that your home is safe 24/7.

 

Having CCTV systems installed to your commercial or residential properties can reduce your insurance premiums as the providers see it as an extra measure in preventing burglars. CCTV can cover as many areas as you need to ensure every inch of the premises is covered.

If an intruder were to get into your commercial premises the CCTV images can be vital in catching the culprit; in many cases it makes those inside the building safer as well knowing the extra protection is there.


Our team offer a no obligation quote to any customers who are unsure of the best CCTV system to purchase which covers their needs but also fits in their budget. The no obligation quote evaluates the objects within the property, what areas need to be under surveillance and the location of the property. By carrying out this quote taking all requirements into consideration means all customers get the perfect CCTV system which suits them.

 

Many people who have a CCTV System installed want to be able to check their home or property wherever they are, and our team can make that happen. Here at Spectrum Security we can also complete work to your existing systems and replace them if need be.

  

 

Spectrum has expert knowledge and skills covering the installation, maintenance and repair of various CCTV systems including:

CCD cameras

Dome cameras

External cameras

Hidden cameras

Infrared cameras

Pan and tilt cameras