Why Chose Brunel Security?
Here at Brunel Fire & Security, we are proud to supply CCTV in Bristol and beyond. Our CCTV security camera systems operate 24/7 and will enable you to observe multiple business locations across Bristol and the UK from one central location and ensure that your business is kept completely safe and secure.
For over 25 years we have been providing class-leading CCTV and other security services, including design, installation and maintenance.
We are trusted by many businesses for both security and fire solutions, including schools, hotels, distribution centres, warehouses, large financial institutions, government buildings and many more.
Why Install a CCTV System in your Business?
Business CCTV can be an excellent choice for any business premises, no matter what the nature of your work. It can be used to observe multiple locations within one premises, or even multiple sites if needed, from one single central control hub. In fact, in many cases, CCTV can be used in environments where human surveillance simply is not possible.
The CCTV systems we provide in Bristol are able to operate either on a 24/7 basis or as required to monitor a particular event or time-specific period, for example after hours when no one is on-site, depending on what suits you.
Business CCTV uses include, but are not limited to;
- Access Control Points
- Congestion Charging
- Control of retail
- Crime prevention
- Health & safety
- Industrial processes
- Parking Management
- Petrol Station Forecourts
- Traffic monitoring
- Transport safety
Different Uses for a CCTV System
CCTV Can also be used with Infra-Red Detectors and License Plate Recognition Systems and can range from a small digital covert camera, through to a high-end IP multi-site operation that is controlled from multiple, worldwide destinations.
Developments in high-resolution recording now allow the recordings to be used in a Court of Law as evidence in criminal proceedings.
Our Free Site Survey
Brunel Fire and Security offers outstanding service on CCTV installations across Bristol and beyond. We can also offer you a comprehensive free site survey to assess your premises’ needs and provide you with our expert opinion on your current security before any work begins. Get in touch today to book your free site survey.
Choose a Trustworthy CCTV System
Here at Brunel Fire and Security, no task is too big or too small for our team of experts. We completely understand the risks your Bristol-based business faces and will be able to design and install the best solution for your needs and requirements to help keep you, your employees and your premises safe.
In fact, our systems will take into account business growth and expansion to ensure that your system remains suitable for many years to come.
All of our security solutions will be backed by our NSI Gold Standard Alarm Receiving Centre.
So, should you be looking for CCTV in Bristol, there is really no better choice. Make sure to call 0117 259 1000 to arrange a free site survey or to discuss your CCTV and other security requirements for your business.
CCTV stands for ‘Closed Circuit Television’. To be more specific, this means one or more cameras that can be connected to a recording and monitoring device.
If you want to protect your business premises, then it is highly recommended that you invest in a CCTV security system. No matter whether you have been targeted in the past or whether it is just a precautionary measure, CCTV is incredibly accessible and affordable, so it is important that you make the investment as soon as possible.
Especially if you choose to set your CCTV system up in conjunction with an alarm system, you can rest in the peace of mind that your system is both protecting you and acting as a deterrent.
It is completely legal to install CCTV on your business premises, however, it is important to remember that you must follow data protection law. The guidelines in this include;
- Place signs around your premises to make others aware that there is CCTV and why you are filming.
- Be able to provide images to those who have been filmed within one month.
- If needed, be able to share images with the authorities.
- Only keep the images your business needs.
Here at Brunel Fire and Security, we understand the confusion behind purchasing the perfect CCTV system and ensuring that your investment is worthwhile.
That is why we’ll take the time to understand the risks your business faces and the requirements you have to design and install the best solution for your premises.
We’ll even be able to design you a system that will take into consideration the growth and expansion your business may face, to ensure that your investment is suitable for many years to come.
There are various different types of CCTV cameras available to install within and around your business premises. They will vary in size, shape, features and other such options, so you can select the perfect one to fit in your property.
It’s important that you select the right kind of system as this will ensure that you can guarantee its effectiveness and efficiency over time.
The different types of CCTV cameras include, but is not limited to;
- Bullet CCTV Cameras,
- Dome CCTV Cameras,
- Day/Night CCTV Cameras,
- Infrared/Night Vision CCTV Cameras,
- Wireless CCTV Cameras,
- HD CCTV Cameras.
CCTV footage can be used as evidence in court, in situations such as proving that someone was in a certain location at a certain time or that they did actually commit an offence.
A security camera will be able to see around 10m to 150m at night depending on the model you purchase.
For a business security system, it is recommended that you install around 16 to 64 cameras. However, of course, this depends on the size of your property.
There is no “one size fits all” solution to the above question, so it is important that you get in touch with a suitable specialist such as ourselves here at Brunel Fire and Security.
In fact, we will be able to offer you a comprehensive free site survey to assess how many security cameras your premises need and provide you with our expert opinion on your current security system before any changes are made.
Security cameras are a great deterrent, as they make it nearly impossible to break into a building without being noticed and recorded. This means that experienced burglars will be more likely to spot the cameras and decide that it is not worth the hassle and less-experienced thieves will be recorded as they commit a crime.