Closed Circuit Television Systems

Specializing in Industrial, Institutional and Correctional, and Hazardous Chemical Facilities

CCTV systems are imperative for all businesses, and are one of the best ways to ensure commercial security for your business. But why should you choose to have a Security Surveillance System installed? Here are some things you should know about CCTV Surveillance Systems:

  1. They are the perfect deterrent: Only the sight of CCTV cameras on your property is enough to scare off most burglars, thieves, and other troublemakers
  2. CCTV surveillance systems are neither expensive nor complicated to operate and maintain. Many of the best websites and companies that sell CCTV surveillance systems send technicians to install and train their customers on using them. They aren’t that expensive as many think them to be, with high quality, high resolution CCTV cameras available with price tags that are suitable even for private residential use.
  3. They are Impenetrable: Invading a complex or business under CCTV surveillance by hiding from the CCTV cameras can only happen in Hollywood heist movies, not in real life.
  4. They provide you with remote surveillance: CCTV Surveillance is a great solution to keep an eye on your property or office in real time. In addition to keeping an eye out for vandals, you can also keep an eye on your employees to prevent unwanted employee behavior and increase their efficiency and productivity.
  5. Installing a CCTV can give you the peace of mind knowing that your valuables, and your loved ones or customers, are protected by video.
  6. Video can be monitored, unmonitored, and recorded for later playback or incident tracking.
  7. Security camera footage is permissible in court and can aid you in seeking restitution in the case of a security breach.

Honeywell Video Surveillance


We are proud to work with Honeywell to provide enterprise caliber video systems tailored to your specific needs. Whether your security requirements are generated by day-to-day operations, specific business needs or outside regulations and requirements, they must all be taken into account when designing a system. We know there is more to security than equipment — understanding the environment where the solution will be used is crucial to ensuring that it has the capability to meet end user needs.