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5 Questions to Ask Your CCTV Security Expert Before You Buy

February 27th, 2016 | by Radius Security | in Security

Working with a CCTV security expert is the best way to get the exact security system you need to protect your home or business. If you partner with a team of CCTV security experts, you won’t be worrying about the details on your own – you can get the right information and the perfect system, if you know what questions to ask! 

1. How Can a CCTV (Closed Circuit TV) System Suit My Security Needs? 

First off, talk to your security company about whether or not a CCTV system is what you need for surveillance. There are many surveillance systems on the market, so before you invest in this particular type, be sure that it will suit your needs. The CCTV security experts should be able to explain the highlights of the system, and assure you that it will work for you, or point you toward a different system. 

2. Can You Install and Maintain the System? 

These security systems can be quite complex – it’s often better to leave it to the experts! Regular maintenance of your CCTV system is also important, so be sure to have a way of keeping your system in good shape. 

3. What Features Should I Consider? 

CCTV systems can be very basic, or have many added features to enhance security. Talk to your CCTV security experts about what features are available to you, and which ones could benefit you and your business or home. 

4. Can I Expand This System in the Future? 

If your business is growing or you think you might need a larger CCTV system in the future, be sure to ask about it – you will want to be able to build on what you already have. 

5. What Storage Considerations Will This Involve? 

A CCTV system requires network bandwidth and hard drive storage – ask about it!


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