Do I need a Security System?
YES! Burglary and theft are not a novelty today.
People are increasingly engaging in theft, neglecting the possibility that they will be caught and imprisoned. The target is anything they can get for free. Everyday you hear of someone breaking into homes, apartments, vacate business premises, exchange offices, gas stations and even retail stores.
According to the FBI, a burglar strikes every 25.7 second in the US. 2 per minute and over 3300 burglars a day! Yes you do need a security systems to help in your security.
“It is always better to be proactive rather than reactive”. – Chris Webb
The installation of video surveillance is one of the most popular means of protection in both the residential and commercial world. Video surveillance involves setting up cameras to secure an object and capture everything that happens around the object.
When it is noticed that an area is under video surveillance – it often happens that at the very beginning, the burglars give up.
BSl’s video surveillance systems give you the ability to watch real-time videos from your home via your smart phone. With systems that send security alarms and alerts to your phone for any suspicious circumstances that occur in your home you can have the peace of mind when you’re wherever you are.
One of the primary reasons why you have to introduce security surveillance cameras in your home is to detain or detect a felony. In case that burglary, theft, or some other perpetration occurs in your home you will have a video to reveal who and how committed the felony.
The most ideal approach to demonstrate that you are harmed or damaged in any way is to have unquestionable verification, and recordings are extraordinary court material. The video recorded by your surveillance camera can be significant in any legitimate activity.
Our systems can also be used to monitor your family members, especially children and pets, while away from home.
With our in-home surveillance package, you’re able to check how your dog is behaving at home or whether your child has arrived from school.