VideoGUARD CCTV Systems
No Budget for a Guard?
Vandalism, arson and squatting are some of the greatest fears for managers of unoccupied property, particularly if manned guarding isn’t in the budget.
No problem! VideoGuard ‘watches’ unoccupied buildings and vulnerable sites around-the-clock for as little as 50 pence per hour!
No Power or Telephone Line?
With utilities disconnected, vacant buildings won’t have working alarms, telephone lines or power and construction sites won’t want trailing cables.
No problem! Being 100% wireless, self-powered for up to 1 year and with its own GSM communication, the VideoGuard system can ‘watch’ any unoccupied buildings or vulnerable sites around-the-clock and regardless of how remote it is.
Intruder, Movement and Fire Alarm in 1
With capacity to wirelessly connect with upto 24 detectors, cameras, motion sensors, door contacts or smoke detectors, the system offers flexibility for individual situations.
No More False Alarms with Video Verification
When cameras are triggered, the system sends video footage to our alarm receiving centre (ARC) manned 24/7 by security professionals who verify whether the captured activity requires an immediate response, dispatching a mobile uniformed officer to the site if confirmed as an illegal trespass.
It therefore provides the opportunity to catch perpetrators red-handed as well as prevent frustrating (and costly) site attendances for false alarms that basic systems without video are prone to.
Next-Day Installation, Nationwide
Our engineers cover the whole of the UK and as the system is 100% wireless, systems can be installed, tested and configured with the alarm receiving centre in a matter of hours.
Rent From Less Than 42 Pence an Hour
VideoGuard is available for short or long-term rent and from as little as 42 pence per hour, which includes 24/7 monitoring of the system by the alarm receiving centre. At that rate, it’s about 4% of the cost of a static security guard who really can only be in one place at once, whilst our VideoGuard system can ‘watch’ multiple areas simultaneously.