Sadly, crime is as common as the California sunshine and, as a result, people no longer feel safe and secure in their own home.
A knock on the door, a snapping twig in the yard, the sound of breaking glass in the far end of the home; is it “nothing”, or is it a burglary or home invasion in progress?
The only way you can really keep an eye on what’s happening inside and around the exterior of your property is to have a residential security camera system do the watching for you.
Residential security cameras come in all shapes and sizes. There are concealable “nanny cams”, low profile interior cameras, and low-light outdoor cameras that can turn on interior and exterior lighting or sound an alarm when motion is detected.
Most cameras are available in black and white or color, and many come with remote control pan and tilt as well as zoom lenses.
These residential security cameras can display their images on one or more monitors dispersed throughout the home, or can be connected to the home’s television system, or can even be monitored remotely via the Internet when you are away from home and want to make sure everything is in order.
The output from home security cameras can also be routed to DVD or VCR recorders so a permanent record can be kept of any security incidents that occur. This feature is especially valuable when a home is broken into while the occupants are away.
The chances are good the intruders won’t know about the residential camera system, and will provide all the self-incriminating evidence law enforcement needs to catch them.
And it’s not likely a jury is going to return a “not guilty” finding after watching criminals ransack your home and steal your personal belongings.
With so many camera brands and options available, it’s best to trust home security camera system selection and installation to a Los Angeles electrical contractor.
An experienced electrical contractor knows which cameras work best for your particular situation, and can work within your budget to get you the best results possible.
Installing and maintaining the system is also a job for a Los Angeles County electrical contractor. There are wires that need to be run inside the walls, holes drilled to run wires to outside camera locations, and a number of electrical connections to be made.
When your family’s safety and security is at stake, do-it-yourself is not an option.
When choosing a Los Angeles electrical contractor for your residential security camera system installation, be sure the contractor holds valid C-7 and C-10 licenses issued by the California State Licensing Board, and is bonded and insured.
Y.E.S. Electric and Construction, Inc., is a bonded and insured California C-7 and C-10 Licensed Electrical Contractor providing residential security camera system installation and support to residential customers throughout the Los Angeles County area.