Fulwood firm CCTVBuilder believes having CCTV cameras can be your ‘sixth sense’ when it comes to knowing about events as they unfold.Advertisement
The company, which was started 12 months ago by local security experts, says cameras give valuable early warning so you can intervene before damages can be fully inflicted – saving human lives, property damages and other losses.
Here CCTVBuilder shares its top benefits of CCTV, and explains how cameras can save your day.
1. Monitoring your property assets
When we leave our homes it’s all the notice an intruder needs to breach our boundaries. CCTV can provide peace of mind with its built-in mechanism to trigger an alarm and push an alert to your mobile. As soon as you get the alarm, you can call in police to catch the culprit and save your valuables from being stolen.
2. Saving on insurance of property and valuables
By guarding your assets around the clock, CCTV cameras reduce the need for expensive insurance.
3. Monitoring minors
Minors don’t have a full sense of threat and dangers, but we can’t have an eye on them around the clock. Cameras can be set up to keep an eye on them for you, and send an alert whenever there is a need.
4. Sales optimisations with CCTV cameras
Cameras can be used in shops to count visitors and help identify high traffic areas, revealing trends for certain products over a period of time. They can make it easier to restock and add variety to increase sales.
5. Pets monitoring
These days many people have pets, and sometimes there is no option but to leave them home alone. In such circumstances, CCTV cameras allow you to remotely monitor your pets.
6. Increase office productivity
With CCTV cameras at the workplace, you can increase your employees’ productivity levels. If an employee knows they are being monitored, they are more likely to put their time to good use.
CCTVBuilder provides the latest and best CCTV camera gadgets and systems from a number of different vendors. The Fulwood firm also provides turnkey solutions and consultancy. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0330 133 0898.