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How much does CCTV Installation cost?

This will vary according to the number of cameras and the make and model of the cameras you choose. Prices will increase if you have a listed building, multiple stories or a commercial premise.

CCTV installation can help reduce your insurance premiums so while it’s an investment, it will help prevent burglary and give you peace of mind whilst in the home or on holiday.

An average house is likely to have four cameras.
A block of flats is likely to have approximately 12 cameras.
A commercial development could have up to 64 cameras.

As previously mentioned, the cost will vary depending on the type of home or commercial property you have, the amount of labour involved and your location. The general rule of thumb is that the more cameras you have, the greater the cost.

Your expert CCTV installer will be able to advise you on the full range of cameras available and will be able to help you select the best one to suit your needs. They will also be able to answer any questions you may have. Use Bark to get free quotes and find a CCTV installer to secure your home today.

What additional CCTV features are available?

There are a number of additional features which you might like to consider when considering CCTV installation for your home or property.

CCTV is a great way to deter potential burglars and is a great way to gather evidence if you need to present evidence in court. The subject needs to be no less than 120% of the screen so it is important to choose an appropriate security system.

Many systems also use night vision for completely pitch black areas of your house so it would be worth taking the advice of the CCTV professional on the best coverage for your home.

It is possible to set up a system whereby the CCTV system records continuously to give you peace of mind throughout day and night time.

CCTV cameras can also be linked to smartphones such as iPads and iPhones and be viewed in real-time so you can view your home at any time and anywhere.

What should I consider before deciding on CCTV Installation?

Our list of local CCTV installers can advise on the best CCTV system for your needs within your budget. Here are some aspects that are important to consider for your home security.

It’s good to consider how visible or discreet you want the cameras. Many people have their cameras very visible as the very presence of cameras will put off most burglars and other intruders.

Cameras need to be pointing in the correct direction for your needs and covering the parts of the house that matter most to you. There must also be no blind spots around the house such as dark alleyways or reflections.

Your local professional will work to your budget and ensure that you get the best value for money and install the best service that caters for your needs.

In addition, they can help you set up viewing and storage options so that you are able to view the camera and recordings.

You can be confident that any of the Bark local CCTV installers listed will help you secure your home and give you peace of mind.

What should I look for in a CCTV Installer professional?

Before you choose a CCTV professional, you could take a look for qualifications and memberships from the Institute of Sound and Communication Engineers, Confederation of Aerial Industries, NICEIC and City & Guilds.

Before choosing a professional, you may also want to ask for examples of past work, which could include images of different types of CCTV that they have installed in the past. You could also look at their profile page on Bark, and Bark can show you CCTV installer reviews from past customers too, as well as examples of work that they have completed. This might also help you get some ideas for the kind of cameras you might like and the level of security you need for your property.

What can I expect to pay for CCTV Installation?

On average, CCTV Installation will cost between £300 - £500. Although, this is variable depending on different factors, such as the type of property and your specific CCTV requirements.

If you’re ready to have CCTV installed but need a clearer idea of the price, read our handy CCTV Installation price guide. You’ll find out just how much CCTV Installation will cost and what CCTV Installation involves.
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CCTV & Alarm Specialists

CCTV & Alarm Specialists cover the north west of England providing camera and alarm security services to domestic and commercial customers. We offer a single camera supply and install service from as little as £99.00, as well as completely bespoke, fully managed security as a service for large sites. If you're looking to add any level of security to your property(s), look no further than CCTV & Alarm Specialists.

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What do you love most about your job?

All the different people I get to meet and different places I visit.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I've been working in the industry for over 15 years and the majority of the work was not dealing much with people, now I'm absolutely a people person so this was less than ideal, then a friend said "why dont you start your own business?" And so I did, and I love it!!

Why should our clients choose you?

I'm very knowledgeable in the products that I deal with, I am really competitive on my prices because I work hard to keep overheads down and get the best trade prices on all out products, this always gets passed on to the customer, my military background means I'm very punctual and reliable, and frankly I truly am looking forward to meeting you!

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

Not really, the nature of the product is a physical installation, aftercare can, in most instances, be remotely provided.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

Frequent testing, facemasks when required. I can't say we've changed much because we've always had a clean working ethos, we carry sanitisation wipes wherever we go and wipe everything down as we leave an area, it's just good practice in my opinion.

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Your CCTV cameras should cover the most vulnerable areas of your home, which are normally dimly lit areas, front doors, and hidden windows. If you’re a new resident, it’s always a good idea to speak to past owners to see whether they’ve experienced break-ins and if so, where. Make sure that your CCTV cameras won’t be disturbed by elements such as trees, or placed in areas where they will be susceptible to bright sunlight.

If you decide to use CCTV to improve your home security, it’s important to consider which areas your camera will be covering. If your cameras capture images beyond your property boundary, like your neighbour’s property or outside streets, then data protection laws will apply to you, and it’s important to comply with these. For more information on how to comply with data protection laws about your CCTV, visit the Gov.uk website.

Many CCTV systems have in-built technology which allows you to view live or recorded footage on your mobile. All you’ll need is a smartphone or computer and strong network connectivity and you’re good to go! It’s ideal if you want to keep an eye on your property while you’re on holiday, or need to travel a lot for work and want to keep an eye on the little ones! If you’re not sure which CCTV system to go for, your CCTV installation expert will be able to steer you in the right direction based on your requirements.

The average price of CCTV Installers is £500

Region Great Value
Average
Premium
Nationwide
£330
£500
£850
East Midlands
£400
£500
£830
East of England
£500
£650
£950
London
£380
£700
£1,040
North West England
£300
£495
£650
Scotland
£300
£600
£800
South East England
£370
£400
£750
South West England
£295
£395
£560
Wales
£295
£395
£520
West Midlands
£300
£500
£800
Yorkshire and the Humber
£280
£420
£950

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The average rating for Bark CCTV Installers is 4.89, based on 122,248 reviews.

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