Security Camera Systems

Quality Security Camera Services

It’s nice to be able to “see” what is happening when you’re not there. That is why security cameras are a very popular choice for those interested in security and safety. With all the new technology, there is a huge range and variety of security cameras, and one size does not fit all. One simple search on the internet will show you that you can find inexpensive do-it-yourself cameras and very expensive enterprise-grade security cameras.

However, with our professional services not only do we install security cameras and doorbell cameras we also provide design concepts, repairs, and troubleshooting. With options for both hardwire & wireless Wi-Fi access for your new security camera system. With our trained technicians we’ll be able to install and work with fiber-optic connections. Our trained technicians we’ll be able to install license plate recognition cameras, pan tilt, and zoom cameras, along with all the latest cameras on the market.

Always Double Tested

We go the extra length to make sure that your equipment works with no shortcuts!

10+ Years of Server Experience

We have over 10 years of experience building servers, so you know you can trust us when you are wanting a new security camera installed!

Always With Your Security In Mind

Forget having to worry about intruders again! Whatever your reasons for needing security cameras, one of our experienced security professionals can help guide you through and make recommendations tailored to your specific needs.

DVR Types

High Definition Analog Camera

Analog DVR- (Digital Video Recorder) A traditional DVR security camera system uses Coaxial cabling to bring an analog signal from a security camera to the DVR. When the signal reaches the DVR, images are converted from the analog format to a digital format and are stored on a hard drive. The way the image is compressed is the most important part of capturing a good image. The most cost-effective DVR type for high definition resolution is TVI DVRs, this type of DVR will save bandwidth and record up to 3 mega pixel resolution.

Outdoor Camera

Do you know what IP66 stands for on a security camera specification? Don’t confuse this with IP cameras. IP represents Internet Protocol or Network cameras, this is not what we are talking about here. When you see a number after the IP this signifies the ratings for a weather-resistant camera. They are defined as IP66, IP67, etc. you will see these numbers more and more as higher-end cameras such as IP Cameras and some Analog have more testing and higher standards. The ratings are universal for the most part the companies who assign these numbers to cameras have to have their cameras tested to meet the criteria.

Network Video Recorder (NVR)

An Internet Protocol-based video recorder utilizing TCP/IP network technology as the mode for transporting the information. Your IP camera is wired using cat 5e cable instead of coaxial. Our newest NVR has P.O.E. (Power Over Ethernet) meaning you don’t need a separate fuse box to power your new security camera system. Digitized video and audio streams of a network IP camera can be transmitted by connecting its LAN port to the network. So essentially, some NVRs can be placed in remote off-site locations, so that your recorded information can be stored safely in your desired location.

On Budget

We research different options on materials to maximize your savings.

Great Support

Transparent, clear communication is what you get working with us.

Fast Repairs

We consistently meet your time-based needs with little or no downtime

Night Vision Camera

Monitor your home or small business in any lighting condition, at any time of the day or night, with our infrared night vision cameras. Night vision cameras feature discreet IR LEDs (infrared light-emitting diodes) that allow you to see from 20 feet to 180 feet away in black & white night vision (range varies by camera model). Better camera technologies ensure clear and detailed night vision for enhanced performance in low light conditions.

Fixed Lens vs. Varifocal Lens

Security cameras are available in a fixed wide-angle lens, a fixed narrow (Far focused) angle lens, or a manually adjustable (varifocal) lens. For whatever application or view you need, there are a number of cameras with different lens sizes to select from that will fit the task.

Hybrid DVR

A hybrid DVR gives you the flexibility to swap out your old analog DVR and keep all your old cameras; but allows you to add high definition IP cameras to areas where you may need better resolution, such as at a cash register or at the front and back doors of your home or business.

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