With increasing incidents of crime, many people are opting for security system installation in Hayward California.
While CCTV installation is more common in offices and other commercial buildings, more and more people are installing CCTVs in their homes as well. However, despite their increasing popularity, many homeowners are still seeking advice on how to install CCTV cameras. While it is possible to set it up on your own, it can be time-consuming and you may make mistakes that can result in insufficient control and poor coverage.
To eliminate these problems, Inner Peace Security System is here for you. We are a reliable surveillance system installers in Northern California and we make sure that you have the best setup possible for your security needs.
Even when hiring a professional, there are still some things that you need to consider. Here, we have listed some crucial things that you need to consider when installing CCTV cameras in your office or home:
- Type of CCTV Camera
Not all CCTV cameras are the same. From wired to wireless cameras to traditional directional cameras (bullet cameras) to 360-degree cameras (dome cameras) – it is important for you to choose which type of CCTV camera you want to have installed on your property.
Which areas of your property are the most vulnerable? Do you only want to cover a certain room or would you like to have your whole property under surveillance? Knowing the answer to these questions will help you better determine where to put your CCTV cameras. If you’re not sure, our analysts can help figure out the best possible locations to mount the cameras to get optimal coverage.
- Permissions and Legality
Depending on where you place your CCTV cameras, you may have to get official permission from relevant authorities. Even when it’s not legally required, it’s a form of courtesy. For instance, if you are installing CCTV cameras outside your home, there’s a chance that it will cover a portion of your neighbor’s home or store. Let them know about it and if they are uncomfortable with being recorded, change the angle.
If you are installing a CCTV camera in a store or office, the law requires you to let people know that they are being recorded. In such cases, putting up a sign stating that there are CCTV cameras installed will serve your purpose.
Hopefully, the points discussed here have clarified some of your doubts about CCTV installation. If you need a professional camera installation in Northern California, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for assistance.