To secure your home properly, you need to install a home surveillance system with top-notch security cameras in multiple locations. Whether your choose a wired, wireless, or wire-free system is up to you. At ProtectMyHome.com, our security experts provide what you need so you can enjoy peace of mind in your home while letting our high-end security cameras and other security devices protect the property on a 24/7/365 basis.
While a wired system is traditional, today's technology makes it easier to install wireless or wire-free systems. The distinction between wireless and wire-free systems is important. The video feeds from wireless cameras are sent wirelessly to the central hub, but the cameras receive power through wires. A wire-free system relies exclusively on digital technology and battery power. Because of the system's limited power, they conserve power by recording only when they detect a signal.
Our cameras provide HD1080P images. These cameras can be combined with a wide array of other security offerings that include vandal-proof cameras, PTZ dome cameras, 4K cameras, fixed-lens cameras, varifocal cameras, thermal cameras, and more to provide you with full access to survey your property at any time via a cell phone app. You can also chat with a visitor on your porch from your living room or from another country. Our crews provide safe & secure home environments for our customers on a nationwide basis. Whenever you need our help, call 844-521-1155 or click here to make upgrade your home security setup today!
Choosing the right security camera can be a difficult process. To make it easy for you, let's discuss each option and understand the differences among them:
By installing security cameras from our company, you can monitor your property in conjunction with an interactive home security system that includes access control. This will better protect you and your home from fire, theft, vandalism, and more. Call us at 844-521-1155 to learn more or click here to make an appointment to upgrade your home security status today!