Your home is a place where you should feel safe, even when you are not there, physically. Unfortunately burglaries are all too common today. Did you know that most burglaries in Sydney are opportunistic crimes, committed when the owner isn’t at home? This is where residential CCTV systems come in.
Because you can’t be at home at all times, you should consider investing in a good home CCTV system to help protect your home when you are not there, and give you that extra peace of mind that your property is secure at all times. Improve your Sydney home’s security today with a security camera installation from National Electronic Security.
CCTV is short for Closed Circuit Television, and is a system of security cameras that are set up throughout your home or property, and the security cameras are all connected into one central monitoring system.
Residential CCTV systems are quickly gaining popularity as they are becoming more effective, as well as more affordable and thus becoming suitable for all types of budgets.
Home CCTV systems can be either installed as hardwired or wireless systems. A hardwired home CCTV system is the most common type and also the cheapest type of system, it’s where the cameras are directly wired to the monitoring system.
On the other hand, a wireless CCTV system transmits the security camera feed wirelessly to your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Meaning you can monitor your home anywhere, anytime.
Should you do it yourself or have it professionally installed?
The benefit of a professionally installed Residential CCTV system is that you don’t have to worry about making a mistake during the installation process. A professional installer will ensure that the system is setup properly and answer any questions you have.
National Electronic Security (NES) are one of the most experienced home CCTV companies and installers in Sydney. We install home security systems that are custom designed and installed 100% according to your requirements.
A CCTV security system provides you security in not just preventing burglaries and intruders but catching them after an event has occurred.