The ability to see what is happening around your property is essential for your family's safety in Johannesburg. It gives you the chance to take action before you are confronted by trespassers or intruders.
The images are also recorded so that you can see any activity that has taken place over the previous seven days. This helps to identify who may have been on your property.
Gate Repair Services can repair your existing CCTV system or install a new system using HikVision products.
These systems are becoming standard in many domestic homes as well in business premises.
Security cameras and video systems are getting cheaper. Price will depend on the quality of the equipment. There are many different quality levels to choose from.
You will require a higher quality camera if you want clear pictures in order to see details such as face or number plate recognition. These cameras are high resolution and are some of the best quality cameras on the market.
Most people select larger monitors and have all camera feeds showing on the monitor. The cameras are left on all the time. It is better to keep video systems separate from your voice intercom system.
Video surveillance systems add a great deal to your emotional security. You will feel more secure if you are able to see what is going on around your property.
Try putting a few more cameras around your gate, both inside and outside. Make sure you cover your most vulnerable spots. A picture outside on the pavement will also help alert you to any strangers lurking about, waiting to attack you as you leave or enter the property. They will also by showing you if the gate is open or closed, again to helping to prevent easy access to your property.
Always use an established contractor that will have spare cameras etc in case of lightning strikes or other problems.
Be as safe as you can be and use surveillance systems to help keep intruders out. If potential intruders know that you may be watching them, the chances are they will not attempt to break in.
Remote access security cameras and video intercoms are becoming more of a necessity than a luxury as crime increases in Gauteng.