|If you are a homeowner in New Jersey, it is important to install a home security system to help protect your family and your property. It can provide peace of mind and may help reduce your insurance premiums.
The truth is, homes without some type of security system in place are three times more likely to be robbed. Furthermore 65% happen during the day when it’s unlikely anyone will answer the door or check on your behalf if you’re not there during business hours (8am-5pm). This is why installing security systems like security cameras and burglar alarms are important for all New Jersey residents.
There are a variety of security systems available, Total Security can help find one that meets your needs. We install video surveillance cameras, video intercom systems, and home alarm systems. Contact us today to request a FREE home security evaluation. Call (201) 594-7233 or contact us online here.
Home Security Cameras
Home security cameras can provide peace of mind by allowing you to keep an eye on your property from anywhere in the world. They can also help reduce crime rates in your neighborhood and deter potential burglars. Additionally, many home security systems come with additional features such as motion detectors and smoke alarms, which can provide even more protection for your family and home.
Video Intercom Systems
The video intercom system is a technology ensuring that only those who should have access enter your property. When someone requests entry, you’ll be able to see them on camera before opening up so no one will get stuck holding the door while waiting for somebody else!
Home Burglar Alarm System
Installing a burglar alarm system can provide homeowners with peace of mind and security. There are many different types of residential alarm systems available, so it is important to research the options and choose the system that best meets your needs.
Home alarm systems can provide protection against burglary, theft, and other types of crime. They can also help you monitor your property and protect your family members. If you are considering installing a home alarm system, here are some of the advantages you can expect:
- Protection from crime
- Peace of mind
- Enhanced security for your property
- Monitoring for your family’s safety
- Additional safety features available . . .etc.
At Total Security Integrated Systems, we also specialize in installing the following security cameras for homes:
IP Security Cameras
The digital video camera is a network attached device running on embedded operating system. They use standard wiring, which makes using coaxial cable unnecessary and it can communicate with other devices through internet or computer networks such as Ethernet.
HD-TVI cameras are an affordable, high-definition security camera that supports up to 1080p video resolution. They transmit data over coaxial cabling or via fiber optic cables for greater bandwidth in extreme environments where copper wiring cannot reach – like outdoor locations!
HDCVI is the perfect solution for those who want to maximize their investment and reap savings too! It’s an interface that allows you send high-definition video over coaxial cable, which means lower costs when compared with other technologies.
CCTV Cameras (Closed Circuit)
Closed-circuit television, or CCTV as it is often referred to in commercial settings can provide a cost-effective way for securing businesses of all sizes and industries—from restaurants with lines that wrap around their doors to shopping malls and busy retail stores.
High-Definition Cameras and Security Systems
High-resolution security cameras are an affordable and easy way to get the benefits of old system without having any wiring or installation hassle. With full quality 1080 HD video, night vision options that work in complete darkness as well as remote viewing capabilities these units will provide you with state of art features while being able maintain compatibility across different platforms!
HD Analog Cameras
HD analog cameras are an excellent choice for surveillance because they offer better picture quality than traditional CCTV security systems. The resolution on these types of footage can be as high definition, or more vivid with colors that seem realistic compared to those found in previous generations.
Why Install Video Surveillance Cameras?
Video surveillance includes the placement of security cameras, monitoring motion and activity. The system also generates alerts by noting when something occurs that should be recorded or monitored for future reference with footage being transmitted to storage devices where it can be easily accessed later on if needed!
One of the biggest benefits of having surveillance cameras in your home is that they can help deter crime. Studies have shown that homes with surveillance cameras are far less likely to be broken into than those without them. This is because criminals know that there is a good chance they will be caught on camera if they attempt to break into a home.
When most people think about video surveillance, they think about banks, retail stores and other businesses. However, many homeowners are now installing closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems in their homes to deter crime and protect their property. CCTV systems can provide peace of mind and added security for homeowners. In this blog post, we will discuss the basics of CCTV systems and what you should consider when purchasing one for your home.
Home security cameras may be the best way to keep an eye on what’s happening in your home when you’re not there. These small devices record footage from a stationary position and can send it wirelessly over Wi-Fi, making them easy for use with just about any device that has internet access!
If you’re worried about the safety of your family and home, and you want a security, or surveillance system installed, we can help! Give us a call today for a FREE on-site estimate and consultation. Contact us online or call Total Security Integrated Systems at (201) 594-7233.
Areas Served in New Jersey:
We install home security systems all throughout the state of New Jersey including the following counties:
- Atlantic County
- Bergen County
- Burlington County
- Cumberland County
- Camden County
- Cape May County
- Essex County
- Gloucester County
- Hudson County
- Hunterdon County
- Mercer County
- Middlesex County
- Monmouth County
- Morris County
- Ocean County
- Passaic County
- Salem County
- Somerset County
- Sussex County
- Union County
- Warren County