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Installing security cameras is a great way to help protect your family or valuables from unwanted intrusion and vandalism. Even if you already have a home security system like Brinks or ADT, installing home security cameras or is a great supplement. Home security systems can be bypassed, but a live video feed sent directly to your cell/laptop, or even the police, can prevent unwanted disasters and help identify persons responsible.
Most importantly, security cameras are a great deterrent. Opportunity is a big determining factor for whether a criminal will target your place or someone else’s. They don’t want to get caught. Therefore, just making your property a risky place for them target is going to make it a lot safer. No criminal wants their face on a camera.
There are many different systems available, from the simple single camera on your front door to a sophisticated, motion activated DVR recording system with all entry points covered. You can spend as little as a few hundred dollars to as much as $10,000 on a home security camera system. The type and amount of security you want is up to you.
Security Camera Prices
A single basic security camera starts at around $100-$200. Going up a notch with a durable high resolution, wireless model can cost up to $1,000. Additional features, such as color imaging, audio, and pan/tilting ability will add to the cost of a basic model security camera. A closed-loop system, like a CCTV (closed circuit television) system that includes 4 cameras equipped with night vision, extra recorded storage space and motion sensors could cost up to $2,000.
Professional installation of a system will depend on how many cameras you want, where you want them, and whether or not it’s a closed loop system or a live feed to the internet or cell/laptop. A typical 3-4 camera basic system can be installed for around $1,000, but can cost as much as $4,000-$5,000 for a 10-12 camera system using pan/tilt cameras, motion detection and continuous record capabilities. Having a professional design a system based on your personal security needs will determine how many cameras you need, where they should be located, and how the feed is delivered is the first step to determining how much your personal security system will cost.