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Top 5 Locations for Your Home Security Cameras

Posted by Discount Securty Store on 2/13/2016 to CCTV

 As an integrated part of your home security system, affordable video surveillance cameras offer you another line of defense against crime. Security/surveillance cameras let you monitor the interior and/or exterior of your home–in real-time, day or night. You may choose to access video feed from any computer in your home, or opt for the convenience of remote video access. This feature allows you to securely log-in and view your cameras video feed from your smartphone or tablet. The proper placement of security cameras is essential to your home protection. Here are five of the best places to install cameras on your property:

1. Front Door: Placing a camera on your front door is definitely a good idea to protect against break-ins. A camera in this location may help catch a thief attempting to steal your packages or mail. You can also see who’s ringing your bell before you open the door.

2. Back Door: The back door is another common place where break-ins occur. You should install these cameras in plain view. This will show that your home is well protected and will help deter potential burglars.

3. Living Room: Hiding a surveillance camera in the living room will allow you to monitor the heart of your home. This is a great option if you have people frequently working in your home, such as house cleaners or babysitters. You may want to opt for a smaller camera that you can easily hide anywhere in the room.

4. Garage: Burglars love garages because you keep so many goodies in them–bikes, tools, lawnmowers, not to mention your vehicle. This is stuff that can be sold quickly. Install a surveillance camera that has a good view of your garage and driveway, and ensure that it’s visible.

5. Backyard: A surveillance camera with combined with night-vision functionality will give you a clear view of your backyard, even in the dark. This is really important if you have a large yard, or if you keep expensive equipment stored in a shed on the property.