It is always better to be safe than sorry. Yes, the simple but thoughtful proverb readily renders the importance of safety and feeling safe in our everyday life. If anything negative happens to you, it will adversely affect actively or passively to those surrounds you, mostly your family and friends. And this means you are insecure, be at your home or at your workplace… so better tighten your security and widen your smile with Home Security Camera or CCTV Security System installed… and feel safe than sorry.
Once you decided to have CCTV security cameras installed in your house, it is again crucial to decide the spots you actually need to place them. Since you are the master inhabitant of your dwelling, you are better aware of the sensitive areas in your premise. Also, you should consider all safety aspects of the locality that you are in, like whether it is a densely populated area, near a forest area, or even in a coastal area like the one in Kerala that has highly populated costal belt and towns like Alappuzha, Kollam, Kochi, etc., and then choose appropriate CCTV equipments according to our need.
Now, let us find out the Top Five locations in your house where you should always equip with CCTV cameras.
1. Main Door/Front Door
The nationwide crime survey results indicate that more than 30% of burglary incidents occur through the front doors, so the primary area that you need to be under CCTV surveillance is your front door. You can equip a pee-hole camera on your front door so that you can see what is going on outside. Since there are no visible wires on the exterior, neither it will look suspicious, nor does it affect the aesthetical look of your door.
2. Back Door or Side doors.
At least 20% of housebreakers access back doors as their point of entry and you need to place cameras here as well. For back doors, you should install a night vision camera that can give you clear picture even in dim light and a weatherproof one is advised. Always try to place the camera out of reach of the intruders as far as possible.
3. Rear/Off-street Windows
Many a time burglars choose a back window that is not directly face the street to manipulate/break in to enter into your house under the impression that chances are likely low of being caught since it is on the back side. A tactfully placed hidden CCTV camera alarms you with clear evidence.
There can be a lot of things in your backyard, maybe some machinery for your garden, some expensive equipment you set up for your backyard gym, maybe some recreational apparatus installed for your kids, their toys, and a lot. So, it is better to have a camera in your backyard at a clear plain sight apart from a hidden one. It often gives a warning signal for the intruders to give up their plans.
5. Basement stairs and Balcony
Basement stairs and balcony are vulnerable locations where you must install a CCTV security system. It is advisable to have a motion-sensing CCTV camera with night vision (preferably infrared cameras) installed in your balcony for better results.
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