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Surprising to some, research has shown that 34% of burglars tried entering homes using front doors. It is undoubtedly important to place a surveillance camera at the entrance of your front door to secure against and deter burglars. It is recommended to place the camera at a higher position to prevent any mischief or tampering of the camera. Alternatively, you may opt for vandal proof cameras that are not easily damaged.
While 34% of burglars enter homes using front doors, 23% of burglars use the back door to make a quiet entry into the house. It would be essential to install cameras at the back door and not forgetting, the side doors of your house. Again, the camera should be strategically located and be out of reach of hands. It should also have the required protection around it to prevent damage and breakage. It would also be ideal to have cameras with night vision features.
Off Street Windows
Windows that are easily accessed from outside are also important locations to install CCTV cameras. Especially for windows with no grill, unlocking and opening the windows could be quite simple for a burglar. Even if there are grills on the windows, there is no assurance of complete safety from burglars. It is always a good idea to install CCTV cameras on your off street windows to provide extra level of protection.
Where You Keep Your Valuables
It is definitely vital to install CCTV cameras in places where you store your valuables. You should place the CCTV camera in a position that gives good coverage of the sensitive area e.g. the safe. It is also highly recommended to utilise discreet cameras for such purpose so it does not get damaged by the culprit before breaking into your safe.
Of course, there are no hard and fast rules in the locations where you can install CCTV cameras around your home or office. It all depends on your requirements and safety concerns. Instead of figuring this out by yourself, feel free to contact our security advisers for professional advice via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +65 8727 7634.