Security Camera


FAQ stands for Frequently Asked Questions. Here is a dedicated section of our website to provide answers to the most commonly asked questions about security cameras & alarm systems.

Although not all security cameras depend on an internet connection, lacking one would deprive you of the benefits of remote control, notifications, and other smart camera features. Although the majority of security cameras today are internet-connected, there are several wireless alternatives available that can function without an internet connection.

Home security cameras are generally triggered by motion and will record and send an alert when they detect movement. Some models offer continuous video recording (CVR), recording footage 24/7. By providing home security and peace of mind, security cameras are a valuable tool.

Installation of security cameras can generally deter and reduce burglary. Homes equipped with security cameras are 300% less likely to experience break-ins compared to homes without them. One of the key reasons for this is that criminals prefer not to be monitored or recorded, making security cameras an effective deterrent.

As long as security cameras are not recording any private information, there are no restrictions preventing them from recording the area within their field of view, which may include your property.

  • Dome Camera.
  • Bullet Camera.
  • C-mount Camera.
  • Day/Night Camera.
  • PTZ Camera.

Although a traditional home alarm system installed by an experienced security professional has several advantages, there are also many DIY home security systems available on the market. These systems are surprisingly affordable and easy to install, requiring no drilling or technical expertise.

In most cases, a security system is a more practical choice than a CCTV system. However, the final decision is yours to make. Keep in mind that while a home security system allows for a proactive approach to security, it also incurs monthly costs for ongoing monitoring. On the other hand, a CCTV system is more reactive, but it saves you some money.

  • Wireless Alarm Systems.
  • Wired Alarm Systems.
  • Monitored Alarm Systems.
  • Unmonitored Alarm Systems.
  • Alarm Systems from Four Walls Security.
  • Burglar alarms.
  • Fire alarms and smoke detectors.
  • Carbon monoxide detectors.
  • Video surveillance.
  • Environmental sensors.
  • Monitored home security system.

A wireless security system employs sensors that use radio frequency technology to communicate with the control panel, while a hardwired alarm system connects the sensors to the control panel using a network of wires that are concealed within the walls and floors of your home.

Despite the advancements in technology, wired security systems are neither obsolete nor outdated. Numerous individuals still utilize this type of system in their homes and businesses for the protection they require.

Ceiling mounting and interlinking of all alarms is recommended. In instances where there are carbon-fueled appliances like boilers, fires, and heaters, as well as flues, the installation of a carbon monoxide detector is also necessary. Such a detector need not be linked to the fire alarms.

Professional installation is necessary for wired security systems due to the complex installation process. The installation of such a system involves sensor connection, drilling of holes, and the laying of wires inside walls. Due to this permanent installation, it is highly recommended to seek professional installation services.

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