Home CCTV Guide

Home CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) provides a visible and effective deterrent to any individual or group who are tempted to carry out criminal activity to, or within, a private property and offers peace of mind and security to everyone that lives there.

Though prevalent in public places for many years, historically it has been considered both expensive and incredibly disruptive to install surveillance equipment into private residences, mainly due to the extensive wiring and installation required. However thanks to the massive leaps forward in technology in recent years, it has never been easier or cheaper to protect a home than it is today.

CCTV facilities have been developed to suit almost every home and budget and offer all types of equipment from instant relay systems that provide complete coverage of an entire house, to flexible and adaptable and innovative hardware that can store images of particular areas of property with no wiring at all.

Such an unobtrusive method of surveillance enables even the smallest of homes to benefit from CCTV protection without having to worry about the damage and inconvenience that installing a fully wired system can create.



CCTV equipment is not only effective outside the home but can also be used throughout the inside of the house as well. With the use of wireless technology, cameras can be placed almost anywhere.

Internal monitoring equipment is available in all shapes and sizes from standard visible styles to pinhole cameras that can be fitted into alarm sensors, fire alarm sensors or almost any other element in the home to provide clear, sharp images in practically any location.

Infra red technology enables surveillance in even very low light conditions and offers perfect night vision for both close circuit and longer range surveillance across the property.