CCTV systems are an integral part of any business. They help protect your business against theft, fraud and other crimes.
A growing number of businesses install CCTV systems in public places due to increased criminal activity. As a result, working closely with specialist security installation companies like Naylor's Electrical is becoming crucial for businesses across the UK so that you get the right advice upfront.
Before installing a CCTV system, you should consider several factors, including the type of camera you want to install, the location of the cameras, the number of cameras you want to install, and how you want to monitor your CCTV system.
Have a chat with a Naylor's CCTV installer, and we can help you make these decisions, saving you time and ensuring you get the optimal set-up for your business.
There are many kinds of security systems, and each one has its advantages. The most common ones are:
1) Closed-circuit television (CCTV): This type of surveillance uses cameras to monitor an area or building for intruders in both indoor and outdoor environments.
2) Open-circuit television (OCTV): OCTV works similarly to closed-circuit TV, but it does not have any physical barriers between you and your property.
The answer to this question depends on the type of business you are running. If your business is a retail store, it would be best to have at least one camera for each entrance and exit point, helping you to monitor who enters or exits your premises.
You can also use these cameras to check whether there has been any suspicious activity inside your shop.
If you run a restaurant, having more than two cameras may be necessary because they could provide better coverage of your entire establishment. In addition, you need to make sure that all the cameras are placed strategically to cover every possible entry point into your place of work.
You can get professional advice from our experts about how many cameras you need based on the size of your business. We offer free quotes with no obligation. Call us today!