What You Need to Know About Security and Surveillance
One of the most important additions you can make to your Arkansas property is a security and surveillance system.
Not only can you stay aware of everything in your home in Rogers, but you can even keep an eye on things while you’re away.
But smart surveillance is one of the fastest-growing technologies available for your home. In this blog, we’ll explore some of the factors that go into a surveillance installation, and how you can get the most out of it.
Just keep reading for more.
What’s the Deal with 4K
If you’re a fan of smart TVs, you may be familiar with 4K. The video standard has revolutionized homes and businesses across the country.
And you may be surprised to learn that a big reason for that is home security. Manufacturers saw a need in the surveillance market for better resolution to protect your home.
The resolution offers crisp imaging, so you can see every detail of what’s happening around your property, with the ability to zoom in on specific areas without deterioration.
Of course, all that resolution comes at a cost. The sharper images produce bigger files, meaning you will have to bolster your storage space to ensure hours of coverage.
But once you see 4K in action, you’ll never want to go back.
Is Wireless Worth It?
Wireless cameras are transforming the industry. Homeowners and are turning to wireless options to avoid heavy installation at the beginning of their projects.
But wireless systems typically require more regular maintenance, as Wi-Fi signals can easily become impeded or blackout. Plus, wireless systems are much easier to breach than hardwired systems, so they require a lot more of a digital security investment than their hardwired counterparts.
Of course, there are certain instances where a healthy mix of hardwired and wireless systems are the only option. Make sure to ask your integrator about the possibilities.
Surveillance Keeps an Eye on Everything
One of the biggest misconceptions about your surveillance system is that it’s always watching. While it’s possible to create a system that’s always on, you can also program it to only arm when you really need it.
Sensors, timers, and integrated technology settings can ensure your surveillance cameras only ever capture the action that you need, like when you’re away or in the middle of the night.
That way, you’re not filling up your storage space with hours of unnecessary footage.
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