Whether you’re a homeowner or run a large commercial enterprise, the right security camera set-up can be your most vital weapon for defending your property against crime. Security cameras offer a visual deterrent to potential thieves and vandals, while at the same time capturing footage that can be valuable in assessing health and safety incidents and security breaches.
While CCTV was initially created to provide high-tech security for large companies, it has become increasingly straightforward and inexpensive to use over the years, making it accessible for any business or home owner who could benefit from having their own means of surveillance.
Commercial Security Cameras
At CG Locks, we supply and install a comprehensive range of CCTV systems, from single camera operations to fully integrated, remotely-accessed solutions that allow for close monitoring across even the largest sites.
When it comes to your business, we understand there is no one-size-fits-all solution. We’ll take the time to get to know you, your requirements and desired outcomes, before recommending a tailored security camera solution to meet your unique requirements. From small retail outlets to entire shopping centres, we provide the highest quality camera systems to keep your business secure, all day, every day.
We are committed to working only with the highest quality products on the market, meaning you can be confident of ultimate protection.
Whether residential or commercial, installing an alarm is one of the most effective ways to keep your property safe, as well as everyone and everything in it. At CG Locks we supply, install, and maintain a comprehensive selection of alarm systems and access control solutions. Our alarm systems are sourced from HILLS Reliance, renowned for its innovation and industry-leading security products, so you can rest assured of their superior quality.
What We Offer
- Repairing, recoding and upgrading of existing alarm systems
- Mobile phone activated alarm systems
- Stay mode alarm systems
- Glass break sensors
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