Security System & Camera Brisbane FAQs
On average, it costs around $1000 to $2500 to install a full security camera system in a property, with individual replacement cameras costing anywhere from $100. It’s best to contact us directly for a quote if you are considering installing a security system.
Intercom systems not only make your property more secure when it comes to allowing people entry, but they can also add more value to your home, making it more appealing to potential buyers. You can also grant any visitors access to your home even whilst you are out running errands with one of these systems.
Night vision is important as, otherwise, it would be difficult to pick up any movement or intruders after dark. In Brisbane, crime rates increase during the night, so you will need to ensure that your cameras are capable of capturing moving objects and subjects in low-light conditions first before you purchase. Our cameras are highly reliable in this area and will not let you down if your property encounters any crime during the early hours of the morning.
Of course! We can wire your surveillance systems up to your household devices through the use of apps, which you can use to remotely monitor the cameras in your home. But, even better, you can keep recordings of any incidents through the use of playback. By looking at pre-captured footage, you have the option to save clips onto your device’s gallery, from which they can be sent to police and investigators. You will also be able to get photographs or close-up shots, in some instances, of the individual’s face, making identification easier for an arrest.
Whilst crime rates in Brisbane are still relatively low, there has been an influx in criminal activity in the past three years, which means that those who live in the area must be vigilant. Crimes such as drug dealing and vandalism to property or houses are the most common occurrences, which is why it is extremely important to have security measures installed in your house, both inside and out.
Access control can minimise the risk of burglars trying to break into your home as it becomes much harder for them to do so, whilst security cameras can also deter individuals and record any break-ins that occur. Not only will you be able to identify the delinquents, but you can also record video evidence of the specific crime that was carried out.
In the modern day, there are all kinds of access control options for your property. Manual keypads or number entry systems are now archaic devices, but they still work wonders at keeping people out who you don’t want to grant access to. Then again, these are not 100% reliable and can be cheated by determined individuals who wish to cause harm to your home and steal your assets.
New technology consists of Bluetooth devices which function via an app, on which you can amend the entry permission settings. Whilst any security system is not a guaranteed fool-proof option, we think that newer technology is the better option for keeping your home safe. Of course, older options work great too if your budget does not allow for newer additions to the market.