Here are two reasons homeowners should hire security camera installation specialists to fit their security cameras.
The installation specialist will use their expertise to customise the installation of the cameras
One reason homeowners should hire professionals for this job is that this expert will take their unique property features and security needs into consideration. They'll begin by having a consultation with the client, to determine their security concerns. They'll then do a walk-through of the person's home and determine which areas of it seem to be most in need of camera surveillance. During this walk-through, they'll assess the lighting conditions in each area, as well as the layout of the property, and find out which areas get the most and least foot traffic. Only then will then devise an installation plan.
For example, if a client has a large back garden that they want to monitor, the installation expert might advise them to not only use a panoramic security camera that can record footage of a wide area but also to install the camera in a highly elevated position, to maximise its coverage of this large garden and ensure that it can see beyond any tallish shrubs or trees in this outdoor space. After securing the camera to an exterior surface, the installer may then tilt it in such a way that it captures as much footage of the garden as possible. Additionally, if the client needs to record footage of their garden at night, the installation specialist might position the camera near one of the client's existing exterior light sources to ensure there's enough light for the camera to record clear footage during this period.
In contrast, if a person installed this camera themselves, the chances of them understanding how to position it in a way that would provide the level of coverage they require would be very low. In this scenario, they might have to hire someone to reposition it or simply put up with a security camera that doesn't meet their security requirements.
This professional won't make installation errors that could have legal ramifications
Another reason homeowners should hire professional installers is that by doing this, they can avoid making installation errors that could have legal ramifications. For example, a professional security camera installer will ensure that their clients' cameras are installed in ideal positions and are tilted at angles that prevent them from capturing footage of neighbouring properties or public areas that might be near the client's home. This will then mean that the cameras won't intrude upon the privacy of the client's neighbours or members of the public (something which could result in the affected individuals filing complaints).
Similarly, if the client had planned to install security cameras with audio-recording features on their property, a professional installer might advise them not to do this if they determine that the cameras' locations could result in them capturing the conversations held on neighbouring properties. An expert installer, who is familiar with the audio-capturing range of various security cameras, would be much more likely to spot this potential problem than a homeowner whose security knowledge is limited. In this situation, the installer might recommend alternative security cameras that only capture visuals. This could save the client the potential legal issues that might come with accidentally recording their neighbours' private discussions.
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