Closed Circuit Television

CCTV Installer

We offer a cost-effective service designed to give you the peace of mind that comes with comprehensive property security around the clock.

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CCTV Systems

CCTV cameras offer a convenient way to keep your home safe no matter where you are.

Our State-of-the-art security systems can allow you to monitor your home remotely at the same time as deterring opportunistic criminals passing by.

Installing a CCTV system in your home can both reduce your risk of becoming a victim of crime and increase the chance that, should the worst happen, criminals are prosecuted and your possessions are returned to you.

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CCTV systems monitor your property via video camera 24/7, which means you can enjoy the peace of mind of knowing that your home is safe no matter where you are.

There are lots of reasons why homeowners in Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire choose to install CCTV security, including:

  • Deter criminals from entering your property
  • Allow remote monitoring from anywhere
  • Footage significantly increases conviction rates when burglaries do take place
  • Cost-effective and easy-to-use

Today’s systems are both easy to install and cost-effective for homeowners on all kinds of budgets.

Once it’s set up, your security system is very cheap to run and requires only occasional maintenance to keep it in good condition.

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Local CCTV Installer

If you’re considering having a security system installed, there are lots of options available on the market today.

Contemporary units are available in both wired and wireless setups, though at Lincs Alarms we prefer to install wired CCTV because this offers superior reliability and clarity.

Our team of experienced CCTV installer security professionals can help you to choose the right system for your home and install it quickly and efficiently.

We’ll show you how to use it, explain why we recommend a particular set-up for you, and answer any questions you have about your system both before and after its installation.

CCTV Maintenance

It’s important to make sure that your existing CCTV installation is working just as it should.

At Lincs Alarms, we offer professional maintenance and servicing to keep your system working correctly.

We can fully inspect your security system to spot and repair faults and damage before they turn into major problems. 

This ensures that your CCTV is always up and running when you need it, and reduces the risk of it failing at critical times.

Our experts have experience working with many major brands including Hikvision. 

We offer a cost-effective service designed to offer you the security and peace of mind you need to trust your security system all year round.

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Frequently Asked Questions

CCTV, or Closed-Circuit Television, is a type of security system that uses video cameras to monitor and record activity in a given area.

CCTV cameras are typically mounted in strategic locations around a property and can be either visible or hidden from view.

CCTV is a type of surveillance system that is used to monitor a variety of settings, from public places like schools and parks to private businesses and homes.

Deciding whether or not to install CCTV cameras at your home or business can be a difficult decision. There are a number of factors to consider, including cost, privacy concerns, and the level of security you require. If you’re still undecided, here are a few questions that may help you make a decision:

Do you live in a high-crime area? If you live in an area with a high rate of crime, installing CCTV cameras may help to deter potential criminals.

Do you have valuable possessions that you want to protect? If you have expensive jewelry, art, or other valuables, CCTV cameras can help to deter thieves and provide evidence if a break-in does occur.

Do you have young children or elderly family members living with you? If you have children or relatives who need extra supervision, CCTV cameras can provide peace of mind by allowing you to check on them from another room.

Do you frequently have visitors to your home or office? If you have a lot of visitors, CCTV cameras can help to monitor comings and goings and identify any strangers who may be loitering on your property.

Ultimately, only you can decide whether or not CCTV cameras are right for your home or business. However, if you’re still unsure, it may be worth consulting with a security professional like Lincs Alarms to get a second opinion.

CCTV cameras come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, each designed for specific applications.

Choosing the right camera for your needs is essential to getting the most out of your investment. The first step is to identify the type of environment you’ll be monitoring. Indoor or outdoor? If outdoor, will the camera be exposed to direct sunlight or other harsh conditions?

Once you’ve determined the environment, you can narrow down your choices by considering factors such as resolution, field of view, and low light performance.

Resolution is particularly important if you need to identify small details, such as a license plate number. Field of view is important if you need to cover a large area, such as a car park. And low light performance is important if you’ll be monitoring an area that isn’t well lit.

By taking the time to consider these factors, you can choose the CCTV camera that’s right for your application.

IP cameras are digital video cameras that send and receive data over a network. Unlike traditional analog cameras, IP cameras transmit digital data that can be easily transmitted over the internet or a private network.

This allows for remote viewing and recording of footage from any location with an internet connection. In addition, IP cameras offer a number of other advantages over analog models, including higher resolutions and lower costs.

As a result, IP cameras have become the preferred choice for many businesses and families.

You may be wondering if you can view your CCTV cameras from your computer or mobile phone. The answer is yes!

There are a few different ways to do this, depending on the type of system you have.

The CCTV camera light will only come on if it is dark and the camera is switched on. If you have a motion sensor light, it will come on when it detects movement.

You can also get solar-powered lights that will charge during the day and then stay on all night.

Unmonitored alarms rely on the occupants of the premises to take action when the alarm is triggered. This can be problematic as many people do not know how to respond appropriately when an alarm is activated.

In addition, unmonitored alarms may not be effective in deterring intruders as they are aware that there is no one monitoring the alarm. For these reasons, it is generally recommended that alarms are monitored by a professional security company.

Monitored alarms provide peace of mind as you know that someone will be alerted if the alarm is triggered. This can help to significantly reduce the risk of theft or damage to your property.

CCTV, or closed-circuit television, is a type of surveillance technology that is often used in public places like shopping centres, banks, and office buildings.

The purpose of CCTV is to deter crime by providing a visual record of activities. In theory, this should lead to fewer robberies, assaults, and other crimes being committed in areas where CCTV is present.

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