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Protect your business from crime and increase productivity with a modern CCTV solution

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Always have eyes on your business – anytime, anywhere

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No matter your line of work, installing a CCTV system in your business is one of the most effective ways of preventing crime and protecting your workers. Numerous studies have shown that intruders are deterred by the presence of a camera. CCTV also provides invaluable evidence – not just after a crime, but also in the event of an accident where you may have to make an insurance claim. CCTV may even reduce your insurance premiums!

Modern CCTV systems enable you to monitor your premises anytime on your phone through  a live stream. It can even make employees more productive: studies have shown that if employees work harder if they feel like they’re being monitored. 

Get in touch to talk about the benefits to your business today. 

I already have CCTV – why should I upgrade?

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CCTV systems have advanced dramatically over recent years. The days of blurry, low-res, black-and-white images and piles of footage tapes are long gone.

Today’s CCTV systems provide high-resolution colour images with clear audio that can be accessed from anywhere via a smartphone. Footage is saved to secure cloud storage and/or offline hard drives for peace of mind.

If your CCTV is more than six years old, you could benefit from an upgrade. Talk to us about the options today.

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Types of cameras

As security experts, CGF Security & Electrical will help you choose the most effective camera type for your needs. Here are some of the options.

1. Dome Camera

Dome cameras are ideal for indoor or outdoor areas that are likely to be crowded during business hours Because of the dome shape, it is difficult to tell which way the camera is facing, meaning criminals are never sure if they’re being observed.

2. Bullet Camera

Bullet cameras are usually seen outdoors, overlooking  streets and monitoring the people coming and going from buildings. It has a long-distance lens and a high-quality image resolution.

3. Day/Night Camera

Day/night cameras are ideal for standard and poorly lit environments, as they provide clear images in both daytime and low light conditions. They can record in colour and black and white.

4. PTZ Camera

PTZ stands for pan, tilt and zoom; as the name suggests, you can move the camera around, and zoom in and out. PTZ cameras allow you to freely watch a location in any way you want.

Why Choose CGF Security and Electrical

Based in Southern Sydney, CGF Security & Electrical is here for all your security and electrical needs. We’re a family-run business, so we understand how important your home or business is to you: we take the same level of care with your property as we would with our own home.

  • Lifetime workmanship warranty
  • Quick & easy three-step process
  • Friendly, professional team
  • Licensed & accredited for both security & electrical
  • 100% five-star Google review rating
  • State of the art, insurer-approved security system installations

Our home security alarm system installations are available in the following suburbs (and beyond):

  • Alfords Point
  • Bangor
  • Barden Ridge
  • Bonnet Bay
  • Bundeena
  • Burraneer
  • Caringbah
  • Caringbah South
  • Como
  • Cronulla
  • Dolans Bay
  • Engadine
  • Grays Point
  • Greenhills Beach
  • Gymea
  • Gymea Bay
  • Heathcote
  • Holsworthy
  • Illawong
  • Jannali
  • Kangaroo Point
  • Kareela
  • Kirrawee
  • Kurnell
  • Lilli Pilli
  • Loftus
  • Lucas Heights
  • Maianbar
  • Menai
  • Miranda
  • Oyster Bay
  • Port Hacking
  • Royal National Park
  • Sandy Point
  • Sutherland
  • Sylvania
  • Sylvania Waters
  • Taren Point
  • Waterfall
  • Woolooware
  • Woronora
  • Woronora Dam
  • Woronora Heights
  • Yarrawarrah
  • Yowie Bay

Benefits of Installing a Commercial CCTV in Sydney

As security experts, CGF Security & Electrical will help you choose the most effective camera type for your needs. Here are some of the options.

Deterrence of Criminal

Commercial CCTV cameras are a powerful deterrent to potential intruders, vandals, and criminals. The presence of surveillance cameras can prevent the occurrence of unlawful activities on your property.

Enhanced Monitoring
and Security

CCTV cameras continuously monitor your commercial premises, allowing for real-time security oversight. This constant vigilance helps in quickly identifying and responding to any security breaches or suspicious activities.

Evidence and Legal

In the event of a security related incident, commercial CCTV footage serves as invaluable evidence that can aid in investigations and legal proceedings. This visual proof can help in accurately identifying perpetrators and can be critical in resolving disputes.

Operational Insights and

Beyond security, commercial CCTV cameras can provide insights into daily operations, helping business owners identify operational inefficiencies or areas for improvement. Businesses can make data-driven decisions to optimise their processes.

Frequently Asked Questions

The storage duration for footage can vary greatly depending on the system’s setup, including the number of cameras, the footage’s resolution, and the storage device’s size. Many commercial systems are configured to store footage for 30 to 90 days, but this can be adjusted based on your business’s requirements.

Yes, most modern commercial CCTV systems offer remote access capabilities, allowing you to view live and recorded footage from anywhere via a secure internet connection. This feature requires proper setup and might need specific software or apps provided by the CCTV system manufacturer.

Many commercial CCTV systems include cameras with night vision capabilities, using infrared technology to capture clear footage even in low light conditions. The effectiveness of night vision can vary between models, so it’s important to choose cameras that meet your nighttime surveillance needs.

Having a professional technician inspect and maintain your system at least once a year is recommended. This helps identify and rectify issues, such as camera malfunctions or software updates, to keep your system running smoothly.