One of the Leading CCTV Installers in Burnley
You want to protect your home or business, but you don’t know where to start.
There are a lot of CCTV installation companies out there, and it can be hard to tell which ones are the best CCTV installers in Burnley.
Guardhall offers CCTV installation in Burnley for both commercial and residential properties. We have been installing CCTV for over 30 years and we’re experts at what we do! Our CCTV will help you feel safe while on-premises, as well as provide evidence if anything ever happens.
We specialise in CCTV installation. Whatever your requirements are, our surveyors can suggest the best way to deter criminal activity and stop it from happening on your property. Give us a call or contact us online for more information and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible with all of the options available to you.
CCTV Security System Technology that is tailored to you…
From single to multiple camera systems we provide the solution, installation and service, as well as user training when choosing us as your CCTV installation partner.
We work with you to identify your needs and provide the best solution that suits your requirement and your pocket.
Using quality and reliable equipment and qualified CCTV installers you can be assured of a professional approach.
Professional CCTV installation and ongoing support…
In addition, we offer professional CCTV installation, service and ongoing management of your system. Our expert team integrates the CCTV camera with online software to help you keep an eye on whether you’re on-site or off-site.
It keeps a track of people visiting your premises and provides complete protection. We can also support you with remote monitoring, digital recording and data storage.
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We were impressed enough to ask Guardhall to upgrade our CCTV recently. This they did quickly and efficiently with no disruption to our business.
Ian Kirkham, Managing Director, PK Marine
Guardhall offers good support and will add to the security system as we want it, such as recently including extra monitoring at the gates.
Facilities Manager, Freight Systems Company
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Guardhall CCTV FAQs
What is CCTV For?
How Do I Know If I Need CCTV?
CCTV helps you protect a business, home or any other private property or premises 24-7, both interior and exterior areas, including entrances, exits and perimeters, storage areas and vehicle parking.
CCTV can work together with an intruder alarm system to provide a high level of protection for you, your staff, family and/or visitors on-site, as well as for your valuables and other assets. External monitoring by Guardhall, backed up by our keyholding service can provide you with peace of mind 24/7.
How Do I Choose The Best Camera For My Needs?
That’s where Guardhall can help. We recommend fixed lens cameras as standard as you will not need to adjust the zoom and focus. We can carry out a free no-obligation site survey, risk assessment and provide a written quotation for your premises to meet your exact needs. All of the external cameras we offer have infrared built-in as standard, so they will work at low light according to the camera model.
What Is A DVR?
CCTV records onto a DVR, Digital Video Recorder, which has one or more hard disks. It connects to external cameras according to the system set up. Our DVR’s can support a number of channels (connections). Several of our NVR’s can also connect to IP cameras over the network.
The maximum distance between a camera and an HD CCTV system is usually around 200m.
Do I need An NVR?
Do I need IP Cameras?
IP (Internet Protocol) cameras use an internet-based network connection to store and receive recorded data, as opposed to analogue CCTV which requires a DVR. Internet protocol cameras, also known as network cameras are very popular now and can either be wired to a broadband modem or router via an ethernet cable or used wirelessly by connecting to a Wi-Fi router.
Some IP cameras only record when motion is detected. They store data directly to the cloud or an internal SD card and send notifications to smart devices to alert users of activity. IP cameras are much easier to install, with one cable connecting to the mains power supply.
IP cameras can therefore be quite quickly connected to an alarm or monitoring system so that protection is up and running fast, often in a day. If you have an urgent requirement please let us know. The maximum distance between a camera and IP CCTV system is usually around 100 metres, subject to a number of factors.
How Fast Does My Broadband Have To Be?
When you are viewing remotely, you want to have good upload speeds as you will be streaming footage from the NVR/DVR. We would recommend a minimum of 2MB upload speed for remote viewing.
How can I View My Camera’s From a Computer Or Mobile Phone?
With an App provided by Guardhall, you can connect to any of the installed recorders where there is a network connection. The Apps are available for both Apple and Android devices. There is software too for connection to a PC or Mac.
You can use the app on your mobile device to view live or recorded footage at any time when there is a network connection.
How Many Users Can View the Premises at the Same Time?
We would recommend that no more than a single figure number of users log in on a standard network – the fewer the better. This is because any larger number of viewers at separate locations can make heavy demands on the bandwidth available to the system, with each user streaming all the video film for each camera.
What Happens to My CCTV if There Is a Power Cut?
Does The CCTV Camera Work at Night In The Dark?
Gaurdhall can provide cameras that record using infrared light, which enables good night time recording.
How Long Can CCTV Recordings Be Stored On The System?
What Happens When The Hard Drive Is Full?
What Is Video Motion Detection?
Sensitivity settings enable you to adjust how much movement is detected before an action is triggered. Motion detection works through the DVR/NVR when the system detects that the pixels in the image change.