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How Secure is your Mall or Shopping Center?

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Do you own a store here in the garden state of New Jersey? It does not matter if you are in a strip mall or in a large enclosed mall, your store needs security cameras. Security cameras are needed to help deter crimes. When a possible thief sees they are being filmed they will move on to their next target in most cases.

Today more than ever security cameras in shopping malls and stores are needed to help keep the public safe not only from small shoplifting crimes but from threats to the shopping malls as well. Video surveillance is often used as an aide today for the proper authorities to see what is taking place once a threat is called in.

Here are a couple quick tips that can help reduce burglary at your place of business or home:

  • Clear your entrances and windows of trees and shrubs that block views from the street and/or provide a hiding place for thieves
  • Secure your doors with sturdy deadbolt locks or padlocks
  • Install bars or gates on windows to help prevent them from being broken and used as an entry
  • Motion sensor-activated lighting and alarms can also help deter burglars

Shopping malls use a wide variety of cameras to monitor shoppers throughout a shopping mall. These cameras are used to reduce theft and to improve the overall safety in the shopping mall. Cameras also, help store owners keep an eye on their employees. Store owners often install cameras in areas not only to watch the merchandise but to also watch employees on the cash register too. Unfortunately, not all dangers to your business come from the outside. 64% of all small businesses fall victim to one of the biggest threats, employee theft, and fraud. While some and hopefully most of the theft being minor office supplies, that isn’t always the case. Majority of losses that come from employee theft are cash losses, with $20,000 being the average loss. That’s not something a business owner should have to worry about while they aren’t present. Have security cameras installed pointing at the register, this way you can see the cash as it is being handled and know it is going to the proper location and not your employees’ pockets. Security equipment such as locks, video intercoms, access control, and security cameras can help act as barriers or even a deterrent to crime. With the use of personalized ID’s and key fobs, it makes it nearly impossible to enter the vicinity of your office space without proper clearance. Technology like this is what keeps the peace of mind that a business owner needs to operate without any worries. Keeping your business safe and protected can be a job by itself, a stressful one at that. Central Jersey Security Cameras can give you peace of mind, call us today and have your business evaluated for a security surveillance system.

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Here are a few tips that might help you to reduce your chances of becoming a statistic:

  • Conduct a background check on prospective employees
  • Install an access control system allowing employees to enter only those areas needed for them to do their jobs
  • Place security cameras around areas where money is exchanged or kept
  • Make daily bank deposits to minimize the amount of cash on the premises
  • Close and lock doors to areas where valuable products or supplies are stored. Use fencing and locked gates to protect equipment and supplies kept outdoors

Cameras with remote viewing are a great way for the owner to watch their store, even when they cannot be there, with cameras that can now remote view from anywhere in the world. Owners can view their stores remotely from almost anywhere in the world that has internet with the use of their smartphone, tablet or laptop.

Most malls use CCTV security cameras to monitor common areas in the mall. These are areas such as the walkways, food courts and various halls in the mall. The crimes that happen in malls are typically shoplifting; menacing behavior involving juveniles and thefts. CCTV cameras are often watched by a central station monitoring station that will alert mall security or the proper authorities if they see something in the mall that has a safety concern.

According to the FBI, there’s a burglary every 12 seconds. Those thefts annually combine for more than $3.1 billion in property and personal loss. So how do burglars get into your business? Six of ten burglaries involve forcible entry, about a third of those were unlawful entries. The rest, a little over six percent, were attempted forcible entries. The primary ways in which they gained access were through open windows or doors or by forcible entry through windows or doors. Only about one in eight burglars reported picking locks or using a key they had previously acquired. Not surprisingly, most commercial burglaries occur at night, weekends, or holidays when many businesses aren’t open. What’s more enticing to a burglar than nobody being there to stop them?

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Parking lots around the malls are another key area to a mall to make sure they are protected. Parking lots have seen a large increase in suspicious activity in recent years. They’ve unfortunately become an ever-growing space for kidnappings and human trafficking issues, especially in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. Security cameras used in parking lots are often dome cameras. Dome cameras are not always easy to detect unless you are looking for them. These cameras because of their dome shape are also hard to know or see where they are pointing. Dome-shaped cameras feature dark colored glass that often helps prevents them from being seen. Bullet cameras are used in parking lots as well; these cameras are made to withstand the weather outdoors and are hard to be tampered with. Bullet cameras can see large areas and many parking lots use PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) Bullet cameras so security can zoom in and move the cameras with a joystick to get the views they need. These cameras are often instrumental in finding licenses plate numbers for the authorities.

Just earlier this week an act of violence took place when a group of teenagers was assaulted just outside a mall parking lot in Deptford Township, New Jersey. The security cameras installed in the parking lot captured the attack and assisted police and mall security to have a better understanding of the situation. For more information and for the video footage of the attack, click here or the image below to view the article.Untitled

In Malls with elevators cameras will monitor the people coming and going and the actions that they are doing in the elevator. In most malls, the biggest crime that takes place is often vandalism. Now with cameras in place, these vandals will be caught.

When choosing a security camera company for all your store/mall needs you need to choose a company that has training in installs in the complex mall settings. Here at Central Jersey Security Cameras, our technicians have gone through extensive training for mall security cameras and alarms. They have worked closely with mall security in the proper placement of cameras to help mall security personal use cameras in their malls to their fullest potential. When installing security cameras, you want to go with a company that will come to each location and does a safety audit to best meet the needs of each facility. A safety audit is something that should be done at least once a year to ensure all the systems are working properly and are still meeting your facility’s needs. This audit of the facility should not just be limited to security cameras and alarms. It should also include every point of entry and door access protection. Another tool your organization can use when looking for the company that is going to install your security system is to look them up in the Better Business Bureau. You want to use a company that is BBB accredited so you can look back on the company’s track record. Central Jersey Security Cameras will come work with your organization and their budget to best protect your most valuable assets. Our staff is background checked and highly trained in the installation of all aspects of security systems. Central Jersey Security Cameras is Better Business Bureau Accredited A+.

If you need a company to help you protect your store or mall, call Central Jersey Security Cameras for a free on-site evaluation at 732-333-0227 or visit www.centraljerseysecuritycameras.com

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How can you secure your home this holiday season?

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Tis the season to purchase gifts for loved ones. As you run to the store looking for the perfect gift, do you know what else can be happening when you are carrying in that new high priced TV for your loved one? The wrong person can be watching your home and looking for a way to steal that gift right from under your tree!!

Sooo.. what can you do to keep the gifts you work so hard to buy safe in your home when you are not there? A professionally installed home security system! We all see many commercials this time of the year telling us all how we need home security this time of the year to help prevent your home from becoming the next statistic; burglaries take a spike in the month of December each year. But before you jump in and buy just any security camera system you need to make sure you educate yourself first and look into the following questions:

  1. What kind of cameras are good for my home?
  2. Do these cameras have clear night vision?
  3. Can I get an alert on my phone from my cameras?
  4. Can I save the footage from my security cameras?
  5. Do you have support after my install?

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What kind of cameras are good for my home?

Central Jersey Security Cameras will look at your home and help you decide what is best for your unique home and determine what cameras are best for your home’s needs. Our trained staff will listen closely to what your needs are and look at exactly where you need the most coverage around your home and how far from your home you may need to view with your security cameras. With that information, they will effectively be able to design and offer a product that will surely meet your needs and budget. Technical support personnel is available in our offices daily to answer any questions you may have about the functionality of your system.

 

Do these cameras have clear night vision?

An infrared security camera has infrared lighting (light from a different region of the electromagnetic spectrum than we normally use to see) installed around the outside of the lens of the camera. This lighting allows the camera to capture a good image in no light at all. With a little bit of light (called low light) the infrared camera can capture a picture that looks just like daytime. Keep in mind that even at nighttime there is normally some light from the moon, stars, or street lights.

Infrared cameras do not do well in outdoor housings because the infrared light reflects off the glass of the housing. Some people get acceptable results if the camera is absolutely flush with the glass. An alternative solution is to use a day/night camera which has an extra sensitive imaging chip that allows it to capture a good picture in low light situations without using infrared lighting. This works well for example if there are street lights outside or an exterior light that can be left on at night. Keep in mind that cameras without infrared lighting will not capture an image with zero light.

The level of light required to capture a good picture is referred to as a camera’s lux, the lower the lux the better the camera can see in the dark. For example, a camera with 0.003 lux is better than a camera with 0.2 lux. Infrared cameras are also compared by how far they can see in total darkness. We sell cameras that see in total darkness over 120 feet at night. People use infrared security cameras for businesses (that have the lights out at night (in case of break-ins). Or for outside, nighttime viewing.

The image that infrared cameras capture is black and white – however, some cameras will capture color images during the day when light is available and will automatically switch to black and white when light is low.
Times are changing and there has been a significant breakthrough in night vision with the introduction of EXIR or Matrix IR’s. Hikvision pioneered this type of technology and we at Central Jersey Security Cameras noticed a tremendous difference in the quality of the picture at night. These cameras incorporate Hikvision’s EXIR infrared array technology to provide best-in-breed illuminators for any zero-dark environment – indoors or out. Compared to conventional IR cameras, Hikvision’s high-performance EXIR series delivers the most advanced levels of night-time surveillance available on the market today.

These EXIR cameras (a highly-efficient light source and enhanced LED light strength. By employing the most advanced thin-film and light-emitting technology, this series provides up to 30% more illuminant efficiency over traditional LED array technology. Furthermore, the EXIR series even provides a 40% light-extraction rate improvement when compared to traditional models, resulting in a stronger light for long-range visibility usage.

To make the most out of IR LED light, EXIR HD and IP cameras produce LED light in the form of a rectangle. This allows a better fit for a screen’s normal size (4:3 or 16:9). Additionally, it helps improve LED utilization efficiency and reduce light pollution in the surrounding environment. Images are further optimized with EXIR’s luminance uniformity functionality, which eliminates traditional LED lens issues, such as over-exposure at the center of images, as well as darker areas at the corners. EXIR HD/IP cameras deliver superb image detail in poorly lit environments, better providing for solutions at industrial parks, harbors, roads, airports, etc. Furthermore, excellent heat dissipation, longer lifespan, and greater energy savings are but a few of the advantages that Hikvision EXIR cameras bring. IP66 protection, in both bullet and dome styles, further provide users with options to best fit their specific needs.

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Can I get an alert on my phone from my cameras?  

Would you like an alert sent right to your smartphone when someone walks up to your front sidewalk or pulls in the driveway? Well, Central Jersey Security Cameras in Freehold, NJ has a solution for this. With our professionally installed HD security cameras, you can set up a perimeter around your house, arm a specific area or individual cameras to send an instant notification to your mobile device when the area is entered or “breached”. You will receive this notification right to your smartphone that will include the persons or movement that triggered the alarm within seconds of it actually happening. This feature is called line intrusion that we can set up on your security cameras. The best part, there is no monthly charge! This is a free bonus to having your security cameras professionally installed.

WHAT IS LINE CROSSING DETECTION?
Line crossing detection, or intrusion detection, is a function of your DVRNVR or IP camera. What it does is that it instantly detects any motion in a certain “set”, which is a set area that is personally set by you for your alert needs. It will send immediate alerts to your smart device directly from the DVRNVR  or IP camera. For example, you want to know when someone or something enters your driveway? So, you go into the software of your DVRNVR or IP camera and start setting up specific areas by drawing lines across the driveway. Of course, these are not visible lines to the human eye since it is only a virtual line or perimeter you have created, but it acts just as good as a virtual tripwire. What it will do is activate the area when the area or line is breached and send you a notification either directly through the app or to your email, whichever option you choose. You can even have audible alerts right on site through an external siren or right from the DVR or NVR.
You can set this to work on schedules, certain hours during the day, certain days during the week or if you are on vacation and will be away from your home or business and you want to be alerted when someone or something breaches your “set” area or areas. While both High Definition and IP cameras or the use of an NVR in conjunction with IP cameras will both do the job, there is more flexibility with the NVR and IP cameras in terms of having multiple cameras set up for line crossing/intrusion detection. There are also sensitivity settings that do adjust to meet your needs. For example, you may not want to know when a cat or small animal crosses the line, so you would adjust the scale to measure for larger objects.

 

Can I save the footage from my security cameras?

Record all events in “real time” as they happen. Receive push notifications or “text messages” of real-time video from your security equipment. Watch your home live when you’re not there from smartphones or other portable devices. Protect your family and your assets. Surveillance cameras in plain view are a “proven guaranteed deterrent” by persuading potential intruders to move on.

Event schedule, meaning that if an incident occurs somewhere for example in a 24-hour period and you are not sure when the event happened, instead of sitting through endless hours of reviewing until the event is found you would have indicators. Most likely a color-coded event list. This would enable you to jump ahead to all motion triggered events, thus making your search quicker and more successful. Conserving hard drive space, meaning if your cameras are set to record all the time, even with nothing moving in front of them you could potentially shorten the life of the hard drive and absolutely shorten the length of time your NVR/DVR will retain recordings.

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Do you have support after my install?

Not only does Central Jersey Security Cameras have a help tab that has step by step tutorial videos for you to follow along with, but we offer technical support as well. Technical support personnel is available in our offices daily to answer any questions you may have about the functionality of your system. Our technicians receive monthly training on all of our security products to keep their knowledge on the cutting edge of technology. Some of our lead technicians have been with us for over 15 years. They will explain the process of the installation prior to starting the job. They will keep you informed of all progress. They will ensure the best possible outcome and provide a full tutorial at the conclusion of the install.

 

Why an alarm system with security cameras are the best line of defense:

Home security cameras are the #1 deterrent on a home or business. Often criminals see security cameras and move on to the next location. The ones that try to outsmart security cameras often get caught because they do not know the capabilities on the range of today’s IP cameras. Look, at the inchworm bandits crawling on the floor!

 

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No, unfortunately, these cameras did not stop this break-in from happening, but it is the proof this owner needs to show exactly what took place at their business location for their insurance. In this case, an alarm system doubled with security cameras would have helped alert the proper authorities and the business owners sooner.

Central Jersey Security Cameras believes after many years in the business and continuous training each year a whole home security system with a security camera system on the home and an alarm system is often the best protection a New Jersey homeowner can have on their home.

So, now you have to make sure you have the right alarm for your home too! It’s easy with today advances in alarms with our preferred alarm the UltraSync alarm. Some things to consider when you are looking for the right alarm system for your home.

  1. Make sure the alarm and company you use is UL listed
  2. Check for discounts with your home owner’s insurance (often it can cut the price of your homeowners 5-20%)

To get the protection your home or business needs this holiday season call Central jersey Security Cameras today for a full home or business security audit. Don’t forget a home security system makes a holiday gift that will keep giving for years to come! Call us today at 732-333-0227 or visit our website.

AS TEMPERATURES DROP, CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING RISK RISES!

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Even though fall has just made it’s appearance, we are getting winter like temperatures the past few days. With that being said, I’m sure your home is starting to get a little chilly resulting in you turning on your heat. As you would do a test on your air conditioning for the summer, you should also do a test on your heating units as well. Those that are not electric can be dangerous. In fact, any appliances in your house that are not electric can be a danger due to carbon monoxide. Make sure to have your appliances serviced regularly by a qualified and registered professional. Ask your utility company about yearly checkups for all gas appliances.

Carbon monoxide cannot be detected by humans without the help of a detector. Did you know that one of the most dangerous things that can hurt you and your loved ones can be hiding right underneath your nose?! By definition, carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, and a tasteless gas formed when a compound containing carbon burns incompletely because there is not enough oxygen. This gas is deadly to both animals and humans.. HAVE YOUR APPLIANCES SERVICED REGULARLY BY A PROFESSIONAL!

If you do not already have an alarm system installed in your home, Central Jersey Security Cameras can help with that. We can come to your home and install an UltraSync Smart Hub alarm panel which gives you the ability to connect your carbon monoxide sensors and smoke detectors right to the alarm itself. For more information on our alarm systems, visit our website.

Carbon monoxide is known as the “silent killer” because it is colorless, odorless, tasteless, and non- irritating. Neither people nor animals can tell when they are breathing it, but it can be fatal. If the early signs of carbon monoxide poisoning are ignored, a person may lose consciousness and be unable to escape the danger. Below is a list of symptoms to not be ignored!

 

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SYMPTOMS:

Persons with carbon monoxide poisoning often overlook the symptoms.
Signs and symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning may include:
• Dull headache
• Weakness
• Dizziness
• Nausea or vomiting
• Shortness of breath
• Confusion
• Blurred vision
• Loss of consciousness

 

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CAUSES:

You may be exposed to unsafe levels of carbon monoxide by:
• Using poorly maintained or unvented heating equipment.
• Improperly vented natural gas appliances like stoves or water heaters.
• Using a gas stove, grill, or oven to heat the home.
• Clogged chimneys or blocked heating exhaust vents can stop carbon monoxide from escaping.
• Cooking with a charcoal or gas grill inside the home or other enclosure.
• Using a propane camp stove, heater, or light inside a tent.
• Running vehicles in garages or other enclosed spaces. Leaving a car in a closed garage with its engine running can produce deadly amounts of carbon monoxide within 10 minutes.
• Running generators or gas-powered tools indoors or outside near windows, doors, or vents.
• Being near boat engine exhaust outlets.
• Fumes from certain paint removers and cleaning fluids can cause carbon monoxide poisoning.
• House or building fires.
• Smoking cigarettes causes blood levels of carbon monoxide to rise.
Products that contain methylene chloride (dichloromethane) should be handled with care, because methylene chloride turns into carbon monoxide when it is breathed in.

 

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PREVENTION:

Simple precautions can help prevent the leakage of carbon monoxide & carbon monoxide poisoning:
• Install carbon monoxide detectors. Put one in the hallway near each sleeping area in your house. Check the batteries every time you check your smoke detector batteries — at least twice a year. If the alarm sounds, leave the house and call 911 or the fire department. Carbon monoxide detectors are also available for motor homes and boats.
• Make sure all rooms are well ventilated and that vents are not blocked. Be especially careful in well-insulated environments.
• Open the garage door before starting your car. Never leave your car running in your garage. Be particularly cautious if you have an attached garage. Leaving your car running in a space attached to the rest of your house is never safe, even with the garage door open. Do not leave any other type of gasoline-powered motor running in a garage at all. For example, motorbikes, cars, or lawn mowers.
• Service the exhaust pipe in a motor vehicle every year.
• If the tailgate of a vehicle is open and the engine is running, open the doors and windows too.
• Use gas appliances as recommended. Never use a gas stove or oven to heat your home. Use portable gas camp stoves outdoors only. Use fuel-burning space heaters only when someone is awake to monitor them, and doors or windows are open to provide fresh air. Don’t run a generator in an enclosed space, such as the basement or garage. Never use a generator within 20 feet of a window, door, or vent. Be careful when using gas-powered tools and equipment inside rooms. And always wear a mask when using products that contain methylene chloride.
• Keep your fuel-burning appliances and engines properly vented. These include:
o Space heaters
o Furnaces
o Charcoal grills
o Cooking ranges
o Water heaters
o Fireplaces
o Portable generators
o Wood-burning stoves
o Car and truck engines
• If you have a fireplace, keep it in good repair. Have chimneys and flues swept thoroughly regularly by a fully-qualified sweep, at least once a year.
• Keep vents and chimneys unblocked during remodeling. Check that they aren’t covered by tarps or debris.
• Do repairs before returning to the site of an incident. If carbon monoxide poisoning has occurred in your home, it’s critical to find and repair the source of the carbon monoxide before you stay there again. Your local fire department or utility company may be able to help.

 

All of our alarms are either connected to Central Station Monitoring or are set up to send alerts directly to your smart device or you can even set it up to do both. Central station monitoring is a full-service nationally UL intrusion and fire alarm central station providing professional services since 1982. Having your professionally installed security alarm connected with Central Station Monitoring will alert the proper authorities when the alarm is triggered to respond to your home. Rest assured that Central Station alerts and sends the fire department right to your home before your home reaches the dangerous levels of gas that will make you sick, if not worse.

When choosing home security, it’s an investment, and when making this investment, you need to think quickly but hard on the choice you make when you choose the company to do your home security. Shop around and be sure the company you choose is BBB accredited. Read the company reviews and make sure the Central Station Monitoring you choose is UL listed. (As a side note don’t forget to check with your homeowner’s insurance. Many companies offer a discount to homeowners with UL listed alarms, and now some companies offer discounts for installing security camera systems to your home. Check with your provider to see the discounts they are willing to offer.)

Our technicians are trained to know the proper placement on where to put your carbon monoxide and fire detectors that are connected directly to Central Station Monitoring. By having your carbon monoxide detectors installed by our professionally trained technicians, you will be able to sleep easier at night. Keep your family protected today by not only installing carbon monoxide detectors, but having them monitored through a professional alarm monitoring company 24 hours a day.

Fall is the perfect time of the year to prepare your home for the winter months ahead and to keep your family safe from carbon monoxide poisoning. Call Central Jersey Security Cameras today for a free home audit on how we can help you protect your home with our UltraSync Smart Hub alarm panel that will alert you if it detects dangerous levels of carbon monoxide in your home. 732-333-0227

 

 

Come Home To Comfort This Fall By Having Your UltraSync Alarm Installed

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Summer transitioning into fall, much like winter transitioning into spring, is the time of year that the weather changes throughout the day. We can walk out of our home in the morning needing a sweatshirt and pants, by midday be ready for shorts and a tank and then as the sun sets be right back to needing a sweatshirt and pants again. This makes it inconvenient to set a thermostat manually so your home is at the temperature that is comfortable to you. Unless….. you have an UltraSync alarm panel installed in your home! With the convenience of the home automation  features the UltraSync has to offer, you can now set your thermostat from the palm of your hand using your smartphone and a touch of your finger. Just like that, with a touch of your finger, you can have your home set to be nice and toasty for when you wake up and get out of bed in the morning, set it back to being cool throughout the day as the sun peaks in, and have it right back to the perfect temperature for you when you walk through the door from a long work day. The same goes for your lights. With fall upon us, it gets darker earlier. Don’t come home to a dark house. Have your lights set on a timer, or turn them on before you even walk through the door. To learn more about what the UltraSync can do for your home, visit our webpage.

With advances in alarms this past year with the launch of the new UltraSync alarm home automation system, you can now not only be alerted when someone is at your home and place of business but right from the palm of your hand, you can use your smartphone to do much more!

Features like arming and disarming your system from your phone is only the beginning!

Peace of Mind: Kids? With the school year beginning here in New Jersey, would you like to know when the kids walk in the house? Contractors? Having work done on your home while the weather is still nice, would you like to be able to see what contractors are doing when you can’t be home to see for yourself? Pets? We all love our pets. Would you like to look in on them and see how your pets are behaving? Now you can, by pairing professionally installed security cameras along with your UltraSync alarm.

Come Home to Comfort: With the fall season now upon us, would you like to be able to control the temperature in your home while you are not there? Would you like to make sure your lights are on in front of your home before you pull in, now you can. Your home can be ready for you at just the right time by automatically adjusting thermostats, turning on lights and unlocking doors as you arrive, using the geo-location technology in your UltraSync system paired with your smartphone’s GPS.

Night Mode: Set your home to automatically close the garage, lock doors, turn out lights, and modify home temperature with the push of a button, all from the comfort of your bed. This means no more getting out of bed to check if the doors are all locked, you can now check right on your phone and have the peace of mind your home is secure.

Enhanced Security, More Convenience: Use the UltraSync mobile app to create temporary codes for people who need limited access to your home. If, for example, you need to let a friend or worker into your home, you can use the app to create a unique code, and then remotely set the system to allow access only on select days and at specific times. Check your system status, arm/disarm and trigger automations from virtually anywhere. Also, view the status of security and life safety sensors, and be alerted when selected devices are opened or activated.

 

Burglars often look for the homes that are easy hits. Double up on your home security by having an alarm system and security camera system installed at your home. Not only will security cameras help you keep an eye on what’s going on around your home, but you may also need to know when the kids get home from school, so you would set up a virtual intrusion area at your front door. For your older children that don’t need a sitter, the bus rolls in to drop them off while you’re still at work. Sure, they’re going to want to play outside on their own and you’re going to want to make sure they don’t stray out of the yard and keep an eye on them. Make sure they’re not getting themselves into trouble by having line intrusion alerts sent right to your phone.

WHAT IS LINE CROSSING DETECTION?
Line crossing detection, or intrusion detection, is a function of your DVR, NVR or IP camera. What it does is that it instantly detects any motion in a certain “set”, which is a set area that is personally set by you for your alert needs. It will send immediate alerts to your smart device directly from the DVR, NVR  or IP camera. For example, you want to know when someone or something enters your driveway? So, you go into the software of your DVR, NVR or IP camera and start setting up specific areas by drawing lines across the driveway. Of course, these are not visible lines to the human eye since it is only a virtual line or perimeter you have created, but it acts just as good as a virtual tripwire. In essence, what it will do is activate the area when the area or line is breached and send you a notification either directly through the app or to your email, whichever option you choose. You can even have audible alerts right on site through an external siren or right from the DVR or NVR.
You can set this to work on schedules, certain hours during the day, certain days during the week or if you are on vacation and will be away from your home or business and you want to be alerted when someone or something breaches your “set” area or areas. While both High Definition and IP cameras or the use of an NVR in conjunction with IP cameras will both do the job, there is more flexibility with the NVR and IP cameras in terms of having multiple cameras set up for line crossing/intrusion detection. There are also sensitivity settings that do adjust to meet your needs. For example, you may not want to know when a cat or small animal crosses the line, so you would adjust the scale to measure for larger objects.

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Make sure you trim back any branches that may have become over grown this spring. Make sure your security cameras have a clear view of your home and the surrounding areas. Any dark spots in the yard can make it easier for a would-be intruder to come up to your home. Check to make sure your home and the surrounding areas are lit up, making it less enticing for a potential burglar.

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Home Safety Measures to Take Now This Fall:

  1. While the weather is still nice, now is the time to check your carbon monoxide detectors in your home before the heat goes on for the season.
  2. Check your fire detectors, if you have detectors that are hooked into central station, it’s time to run a test to make sure they are working in proper order. This is also the time to replace batteries in smoke alarms in your home too.
  3. Make sure your home is free of obstructing trees and bushes and your security cameras have clear views.
  4. Test your security alarm. Check to make sure your contacts and glass breaks are all in working order.
  5. Make sure all your doors have secure locks and don’t forget your windows all have locks, you do not want to make it easy for a would be intruder to get into your home.
  6. Send a clear sign. Make sure your home security signs aren’t covered up with decorations. As illustrated by the picture below, some people choose to use their security signs as a place to add decoration. It’s important to remember that even though this is a time to be festive, signs are one of the easiest ways to deter a criminal. Consider using decorations to highlight your security camera sign instead, and make it more obvious to potential thieves so they avoid your home all together. Enjoy your holiday decorations, but make sure they don’t hide your signs.
  7. Rake away the leaves. Make sure your outdoor home security cameras don’t get obstructed by leaves or snow. Ensuring your camera’s view is clear is an easy way to maintain visibility whether viewing in real-time or during play-back. Nothing is more frustrating than needing security footage that has been carelessly covered. Clearing out your gutters can help for cameras located up high, to prevent dangling fall foliage from blocking your view. Don’t let leaves or snow block your camera views.
  8. Brighten up. One distinct characteristic of fall and winter is the earlier setting sun. Lighting can play a big role in improving your homes safety, and from discouraging robbers from targeting your home. Make sure to add additional lighting if necessary to dark corners, and keep lights on in the late afternoon and evening. Keeping a light on can keep a robber away.
  9. Don’t open the door for strangers. Though trick-or-treaters will be abundant this week, it’s important that you know who you’re opening your door for. Sometimes burglars disguise themselves, and come right up and knock on your door to either rob your home, or get a better look around until you aren’t home. Security camera can help you view who’s approaching your home so you can make smart decisions about who you decide to open up for. Know who’s at your door before you answer it.
  10. Add an alarm. If you don’t already have one, consider adding an alarm system to increase your home safety. While the presence of security cameras are a deterrent in and of themselves, no burglar wants to stick around a home with a blaring alarm going off. In the event that someone breaks into your home, an alarm system can quickly notify you and police through our central station monitoring.

 

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Enjoy your holiday decorations, but make sure they don’t hide your signs.

Not only can Central Jersey Security Cameras provide cameras with line crossing detection, we can also put cameras inside the home in areas you may need to watch. With today’s technology, the possibilities are endless.

Here at Central Jersey Security Cameras we offer instructional videos to walk you through the entire process on setting up your security system to send you the alerts when areas are breached, or lines are crossed. You must remember to allow notifications on your smart device if you are being notified through the app or “surveillance center” as it is called on the software setup.

With fall in swing and the holiday season to come, now is the time to make sure your home is secure. Many families go away for the holiday season. Know your home is safe and secure and that you have the ability to see what is going on even when you are not there to see with your own eyes. Before you take that trip, check that your cameras and that your alarm is working properly and make sure to leave your home looking occupied if you leave for an extended period of time.

Don’t let the fear of your home’s safety stop you from doing the things you love. Know that you can leave the house for 10 minutes or days at a time and that you won’t miss a beat. Don’t let a burglar take that peace of mind and holiday joy away from you. The peace of mind while you are away from home, knowing that your home is protected from unwanted guests while you are away, is priceless. Get yourself and your family protected. If you don’t already have a home security camera or alarm system, or if you want to update your current system, give us a call at Central Jersey Security Cameras for a free estimate. To learn more about how to keep your home safe, secure, and protected, visit our website today or call us at 732-333-0227

 

How do you secure your Jersey Shore home for the winter and beyond?

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How do you secure your Jersey Shore home for the winter and beyond?

Many homeowners in towns such as Toms River, Lavallette, Midway Beach, Berkeley Township, Brick, LBI, and Surf City are sad to say goodbye to “local summer” as there is a bit of coolness in the weather along the Jersey shore. This bit of coolness has many of the Jersey snow birds thinking of their sunny winter in Florida. Before you close up your Jersey shore home and fly off for the winter, you need to think of how secure your home is. Would you like to be able to look in and see exactly what is happening at your shore home from any location in the world that has internet excess?  If you answered yes, then it’s time to think of installing security cameras to your Jersey shore home.

Whether you are going south for the winter or just back to your residential home until next summer, are you leaving your beach home unattended? With fall and winter approaching, we all know it gets darker earlier outside. The darker it is outside, the easier it is for a burglar to go unnoticed. Keep an eye on your home while you are not.

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Secure your Jersey Shore home with Security Cameras

Beach towns have less population as the cooler months join us, making it easier for a burglar to go undetected. Do you worry about your shore home when you are not physically there to see what may be happening? Security cameras give you that peace of mind knowing what’s taking place around the home when you are not able to be there. Would you like to know if someone steps on your property that shouldn’t be? Today’s security cameras can send you an alert right to your phone and notify you when someone is somewhere they are not supposed to be just by having the line crossing detection perimeters set up around your home. With the line crossing detection, or intrusion detection feature, you can now know exactly each time someone comes and goes, and rest assured your home is safe and secure. Here at Central Jersey Security Cameras/Jersey Shore Security not only do we train you on your system the day of the install we also offer instructional videos to walk you through the entire process on setting up your security system to send you the alerts when areas are breached, or lines are crossed. You must remember to allow notifications on your smart device if you are being notified through the app or “surveillance center” as it is called on the software setup.

Line crossing detection, or intrusion detection, is a function of your DVR, NVR or IP camera. What it does is that it instantly detects any motion in a certain “set”, which is a set area that is personally set by you for your alert needs. It will send immediate alerts to your smart device directly from the DVR, NVR  or IP camera. For example, you want to know when someone or something enters your driveway? So, you go into the software of your DVR, NVR or IP camera and start setting up specific areas by drawing lines across the driveway. Of course, these are not visible lines to the human eye since it is only a virtual line or perimeter you have created, but it acts just as good as a virtual tripwire. In essence, what it will do is activate the area when the area or line is breached and send you a notification either directly through the app or to your email, whichever option you choose. You can even have audible alerts right on site through an external siren or right from the DVR or NVR.
You can set this to work on schedules, certain hours during the day, certain days during the week or if you are on vacation and will be away from your home or business and you want to be alerted when someone or something breaches your “set” area or areas. While both High Definition and IP cameras or the use of an NVR in conjunction with IP cameras will both do the job, there is more flexibility with the NVR and IP cameras in terms of having multiple cameras set up for line crossing/intrusion detection. There are also sensitivity settings that do adjust to meet your needs. For example, you may not want to know when a cat or small animal crosses the line, so you would adjust the scale to measure for larger objects.

Added Benefits of a home security camera system for landlords

We all think of security cameras to keep our homes safe from intruders, but are you thinking of renting out your shore home? If you are thinking of renting your shore home out for a season, or if you rent you Jersey shore home as a weekly rental, would you like to know how your tenants are keeping the area around the outside of your home? With professionally installed security cameras by Central Jersey Security Cameras/ Jersey Shore Security, you would be able to look in on your home and know winter, spring, summer, and fall your home is being treated and cared for the way it should be.  With today’s security cameras, you can check on your home at any time right from the palm of your hand! Get those crisp, clear pictures right on your smart phone when you have remote views set up with your cameras.

Layered Home security to protect what matters most to you!

A beach home is often something that many dream of for many years, protect your investment with Layered security to your Jersey Shore beach home by having security cameras and alarms system professionally installed.  The average burglar loves this time of year as it gets darker earlier. Homes with the added protection of a home alarm system and security cameras are a burglar’s worst nightmare. Now not only were they caught on tape by the security cameras, but they now alerted the proper authorities by setting off an alarm system. Chances are they will be caught on the spot. With the footage from your security cameras, you now have the proof of what took place at your home. Having a security alarm system and security cameras creates a trail of accountability of exactly what did take place.

Alarm systems with Central Station Monitoring

Today’s alarm systems are more than just a loud shrieking noise when they go off. All of our alarms are either connected to Central Station Monitoring or are set up to send alerts directly to your smart device, or you can even set it up to do both. Having your alarm connected with Central Station Monitoring will alert the proper authorities when the alarm is triggered. There’s no such thing as too much security!
With advances in alarms this past year with the launch of the new UltraSync alarm home automation system, you can now not only be alerted when someone is at your home, but right from the palm of your hand, you can use your smartphone to do much more! You have access to using all these features that make your life more convenient away from home. Just to name a few key features you can use right from your smartphone:
• You can turn your lights on and off at your home or place of business.
• You can lock and unlock your doors.
• You can control your thermostat.

Convenience of UltraSync alarm

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How convenient would it be to check the temperature in your home when you are not there, you save Money not running the heat high all winter if it’s a mild winter then you can turn the heat up if you see that it’s going to freeze outside. Protecting you and your home from costly repairs to the home. Battle the weather with ease right from the palm of your hand. You may hear that someone is lurking around down in an area near your shore home and is up to no good. With ease, turn your lights on right from your phone to make it look like you are present and that the home is occupied and not just your summer vacation home. You can turn lights off and on with the tap of your finger. UltraSync can even schedule the lights to turn on at a specific time of day. When you aren’t home, make it look like you are home. If you have a close friend or family member in the area and you want them to stop in and check on your home, but they don’t have a key, you can even lock and unlock your doors for them to physically go check in on the house. Take advantage of the key features our UltraSync has to offer.

 

Some of our Jersey Shore Security customer’s thoughts

“I’m so happy we decided to install security cameras and an ultra sync alarm in our home. Living with my small children in Toms River the summer months does bring a crowd through our town for many months and now I have peace of mind knowing my home is protected even when we are not home. My husband has peace of mind he can check on me and the kids while he travels for business. Thank you, Jersey Shore Security!” – Jill of Toms River, NJ

“Bob and his crew are the best they came in one day installed 6 cameras at our home. The views around my home are crystal clear day, night sunny and in the rain! In fact, a few days ago I came home and walked into my kitchen where we set up a monitor and could see my wife and kids pulling up at my back dock and I couldn’t believe how beautiful the footage was.” – Jon of Bayville, NJ

“I was hesitant to install security cameras to my home and my husband wanted them for years. Now we have them and I don’t know how we lived without them! Kris and Justin did our install and they were neat, clean, helpful and extremely patient with my wife and I learning how to work the system (we are not the most computer savvy couple) They made it so easy and user friendly. This past week I could not recall one of the features the guys showed us so I called the office and the office staff was also so patient and helpful and were able to direct me to the Central Jersey Security Cameras website where there is a help tab with step by step instruction videos. Thanks Jersey Shore Security for making it so easy and stress free using our new cameras.” – Megan of Brick, NJ

It’s always nice to hear customer feedback! Here at Central Jersey Security Cameras/Jersey Shore Security, we love to keep the public protected and secure with security cameras and alarms professionally installed by our continually trained technicians. Here are a few tips from our technicians in the fields for our Jersey Shore home owners that can protect their homes.

 

Top 5 Tips to Keep you beach home secure:

  1. Make it looked lived in even when you are not there.

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2. Make sure your arm your alarm.

3. Keep your home clear of shrubs so your home can be clearly looked at from the street.

4. Don’t keep mail delivered to the home when you are not there as a sign there is no one using the home.

5. Check your camera views in all seasons.

 

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If you want to find out how secure your home is, give Central Jersey Security Cameras/Jersey Shore Security a call today for a free on-site estimate. We can help you to decide what security system is best to fit your security needs or we can fill you in on how to improve your existing security. Central Jersey Security Cameras/Jersey Shore Security’s motto is to “get them before they get you” The peace of mind while you are away from your shore home, knowing that your home is protected from unwanted guests while you are away, is priceless. By installing security cameras at your summer beach home, you will be able to check in and SEE the home and see what’s actually going on there. Do you worry about the home when you are not physically there? Double up on your shore home’s security by having an UltraSync installed. With the upcoming fall and winter, know your home is safe and that you can take advantage of the home automation the UltraSync has to offer. Get yourself and your family protected. To learn more about how to keep your New Jersey shore home safe, secure, and protected, call Central Jersey Security Cameras/Jersey Shore Security 732-333-0227 or visit our website today to get your free quote!

 

 

 

 

 

New Jersey Has Seen its Share of Home Invasions Over the Past Few Years

New Jersey Has Seen its Share of Home Invasions Over the Past Few Years:
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Over the past few years in NJ we have seen home invasions in the news in towns such as Old Bridge NJ, Edison NJ, Monroe NJ, South Orange NJ, Jackson NJ, Englewood NJ, Freehold NJ, South Plainfield, NJ and most recently in Holmdel NJ. When the home invasions in Old Bridge, NJ took place in 2014 they made national headlines on various news networks, it was noted on these news casts that Asian-Indian communities in Middlesex County were being targeted. This terrified Asian-Indian communities in Middlesex County, and many of the Asian-Indian communities turned to home security systems to keep their family and businesses safe.
Central Jersey Security Cameras worked closely with many Asian-Indian families to help them feel safe in their homes again. Central Jersey Security Cameras, President and Owner, Robert Murphy said, “I would like to point out that it was a honor to know I made families feel safe and secure again in their homes, and I wanted to point out burglaries / home invasions can happen to any type of family, or business, that a criminal decided to target, The crimes back in 2014, against the Asian-Indian families, took place when it was around a holiday known to have riches in the home. The truth is, it could have been any family in New Jersey targeted, if a burglar thinks may have a large score of goods in their home or business, they can be the criminals next potential victims.”
Once again, in the past two weeks, New Jersey has seen at least two home invasions. One in Holmdel, NJ, to one of the stars from “Desperate Housewives of New Jersey”, and the second one was to a mother in Belleville, NJ. Home invasions take a mental toll on its victims. New Jersey families, to prevent you from you or your loved ones to becoming a victim of home invasion it’s time to get your home protected with home security. Central Jersey Security Cameras Owner and President, Robert Murphy, would like to share a few tips for protecting the exterior of your home from a home invasion, burglary, robbery, or theft

1. Have visible security cameras
2. Have signs showing security cameras are in use at your home.
3. Have intrusion alerts set on your DVR/NVR
4. Keep the area around your home well light at night
5. Have sold core exterior doors installed on your home
6. Keep your doors and windows locked

Rutgers University did a study of home security and security cameras, and the study showed that the signs were the #1 deterrents to Burglars in New Jersey.

Robert would like to add the following tips to protect your family on the interior of your home:

1. Have a professionally installed security alarm, Security alarms connected to central station monitoring can alert the proper authorities to your home.
2. Have sensors on your doors and windows and glass breaks on your windows
3. Keep visible window clings on your home showing you have monitored home security.
4. Keep the key fob to your alarms near you so you can set your alarm off if you need to.
5. Consider adding more than one key pad to the home for your alarm
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Take the worry out of keeping your home safe and secure. Call Better Business Bureau Accredited A+ company; Central Jersey Security Cameras today : ( 732) 333-0227
Now is the time to get your home protected!!! Don’t become a victim of a crime that you can help prevent by getting home security, Home security systems can help you deter some of the following crimes from happening to you and your family.
Know the difference between a Home Invasion, Robbery, Burglary, Larceny, Theft and Extortion

Home Invasion:
In the dictionary home invasion is defined as; In the United States and many other English speaking countries (though not the United Kingdom) home invasion is an illegal and usually forceful entry to an occupied, private dwelling with intent to commit a violent crime against the occupants, such as robbery, assault, rape, murder, or kidnapping.
Burglary vs Robbery are Often the Most Confused Terms:
Robbery and burglary are both crimes that involve theft and it is the circumstances that surround each that defines their differences. When it comes to the legal definition of theft there are actually a number of categories of theft in addition to burglary and robbery. These additional theft crimes include: larceny, theft and extortion.

Robbery
In the dictionary, robbery is defined by the law as taking or trying to take something from someone that has value by utilizing intimidation, force or threat. In order for robbery to take place, a victim must be present at the scene and can occur with a single victim or, in cases like bank hold ups, multiple victims.

Burglary
Burglary is defined by the law as the unlawful entry to a structure to commit theft or a felony. In order for burglary to take place, a victim does not have to be present. When a burglary takes place, the structure being unlawfully entered can be any number of building types including business offices, personal homes and even garden sheds. Burglary is not the term used for crimes committed on cars.

Larceny
In the dictionary, larceny is a term that is similar to burglary. However, it does not involve illegal entry to a structure using attempted forcible, non-forcible or forcible entry methods. The exception to this rule is the case of burglary of a motor vehicle which is referred to as larceny. Under all conditions, whether a vehicle is left with the doors locked and security system on or whether the doors or windows were left open, vehicle “burglary” crimes are referred to as larceny

Theft
In the dictionary, many times the term, theft, is used as a general term by the public to refer to the illegal taking of an item. As it happens, theft is defined specifically depending upon the jurisdiction in which it is being prosecuted, but many times it is a term used as a synonym for larceny.

Extortion
In the dictionary extortion is a specific crime in which an individual forces someone to do something against their will by threatening them with damage to the person’s reputation, financial hardship, violence, property damage or threat of violence. Extortion differs from robbery in that victims who are being extorted willingly hand over the item being extorted in an attempt to avoid the threat being used against them. Depending upon the jurisdiction in which extortion is being prosecuted, it can be considered theft or larceny.

Don’t forget “Get them before they get you” get your home protected with Central Jersey Security Cameras. Call today 732 333 0227 or Visit our website

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Keeping Your Home Safe and Secure this Spring Break

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It’s spring break for many NJ Families. Freehold, Jackson, Colts Neck, Howell, Farmingdale, Manalapan, Old Bridge, and Marlboro NJ to just name a few nearby towns. Many families are packing the families up catching flights to fun destinations or packing the family up in the car for their spring break get away. Some busy families take the kids on day trips to keep the kid’s busy. No matter if you go away for a few weeks or a few hours, as you drive away from your Freehold, Jackson, Colts Neck, Howell, Farmingdale, Manalapan, Old Bridge, and Marlboro home who will be watching your home while you are gone? How safe will your home, and all the belongings you work so hard for while you are away, really be? Here are just a few Tips from your local Security Company, Central Jersey Security Cameras:

Let’s start with Windows and Doors-
All your first-floor doors, and windows should be secured with heavy-duty locks. This includes double-keyed deadbolts on your doors. For added protection an alarm on your home with glass breaks, or sensors in the room will alert a central station monitoring, or proper authorities within seconds.

Even your valuables or important Jewelry and money –
Burglars head immediately to the master bedroom upon gaining entry to a home. Never store valuables in the master bedroom! A clever idea is to store them in a safe, located in a bathroom or other interior room.

When You Aren’t Home; Make it Look Like You are Home –
Adding an Ultra-Sync alarm to your home can now give you control over your lights at home. From the palm of your hand, you can now have complete home automation with the ease of your smart phone. You can turn lights off, and on with the tap of your finger. Ultra-Sync can even schedule the lights to turn on at a specific time of day. You can even control your heat while you are away with this alarm system! To learn more about what the Ultra-Sync can do for your home visit our webpage
Have your Home Protected with Home Security Cameras –
Home security cameras are the #1 deterrent from a burglar breaking into your home. Time and time again, we see a criminal look right into the camera, and we get a call that a house a few doors down has been broken into. Don’t call when it’s too late, give your home a security system that will

Lastly, Have your Home Secure with an Alarm with Central Station Monitoring
Alarms are also a great deterrent, however, alarm systems with Central Station Monitoring will alert the proper authorities. To the glass on a window being broken, or movement in the home we have alarms that cover it all. The Central Station Company used by Central Jersey Security Cameras has a 13 second response time to get the proper authorities dispatched to your home. (Just want to double-check this- Tracy has been working on this for a couple of days and she thinks she pulled this from C.O.P.S website, but is unsure because she has worked on it in between everything else : If you don’t want to say “13 seconds” we can try ‘The Central Station Company used by Central Jersey Security Cameras has a response time that will alert the proper authorities within seconds.’)
The peace of mind while you are away from home: knowing that your home is protected from unwanted guests while you are away is priceless.
Here at Central Jersey Security Cameras we would like to wish all of our neighbors in Freehold, Jackson, Colts Neck, Howell, Farmingdale, Manalapan, Old Bridge, and Marlboro NJ a secure and Happy Spring break, to learn more about how to keep your NJ home safe, secure, and protected call Central Jersey Security Cameras (732)333-0227 or visit our website today to get your free quote!

Waiting for storm Stella that never happened, How prepard was your NJ busssniess today?

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New Jersey towns all braced for super storm Stella the past few days. The food stores were packed with people loading up for the storm and Generators were checked to make sure they were running properly in case power outages. Then to wake up to today in Jackson NJ, Manchester NJ, Toms River NJ, Freehold NJ, Brick NJ, Howell NJ and in Colts Neck NJ to just a big mess of slush. What will all of this slush turn into? ICE!!!With ice forming from this storm I want you to stop and ask your self the following questions:
1. Would you like to know, How good is your clean up crew at your business, shopping center, mall, school or restaurant?
2. Would you like to know, when and how long a clean up crew is on your property and exactly what took place while they were there?
3. Would you like to know, that rock salt was spread around and walk ways are cleared all from the comforts of your home?
If you answered yes to the above questions then its time to look into installing a security camera system to your business with remote views that you can view on your smartphone, Laptop or IPad . There are many types of security camera companies and systems that you can even do your self at the chain retail stores today. However, before you make an investment in security cameras you need to do your research.
Buying and installing your own system
- If you buy a do it your self system can you actually install it yourself?
- Do you know how to position cameras to get the best views?
Also keep in mind when you install your own system you have no support when something goes wrong.
Thought of installing your own system not for you then its time to look for a reputable company.
When choosing a company to install security cameras at your business check for the following
1.Make sure they licensed
2.fully insured
3.Employees are background checked
4. Ask for reference/read reviews
5.look for a company that is better business bureau accredited an A
Can Your business afford a false slip and fall claim ?
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An investment in a security system to your business will help you know what take place at your property with out you stepping foot outside your door on a day there is a threat of a storm like this week with Storm Stella you would be able to check in and see if your parking lot was cleared for your employees to get into the parking lot safely.
Cameras on a parking lot will not only let you see who is working in a parking lot, They will help you see your customers coming and going and in snowy icy weather. Security Cameras on your parking lot will also help you prevent costly false slip and fall claims. It is unfortunate that there are some people always looking to put in a claim looking to make money off of a false claim. Security Cameras would have the event a person claimed happen caught on tape and will be the proof you need for exactly what took place at your business.
Importance of security cameras in parking lots in all kinds of weather:
Security Cameras in parking lots are important today not just on icy days for slip and fall claims, They are more and more important to protect your customers and their cars. With the advances in security cameras today not only can a security camera see the color of a car but in many cases:
-Security Cameras can see a license plate
-Security Cameras can show a clear description of a person in a parking lot
-Security Cameras in a parking lot can also prove if a car was hit in a parking lot
-Security Cameras can show proof if a car was broken into
-security cameras will show proof if someone causes damage to another person or their vehicle.
Jackson NJ, Manchester NJ, Toms River NJ, Freehold NJ, Brick NJ, Howell NJ or Colts Neck NJ that your business is in its time to get your parking lots protected with security cameras. If you are a business owner the piece of mind on a day you are waiting for a storm like Stella that never happens or if your waiting for a much bigger storm its nice to know you can look in with out leaving the comforts of your home if you have security cameras installed with remote views.
To learn more about security cameras and what they can do for your business take a look at our website Central Jersey Security Cameras or call today 732 333 0227

Home Security for when you have “bad neighbors”

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Do you live in a nice neighbor but have that one neighbor you just can’t trust? Then it is time to get your home protected with home security. We no longer live in the days with unlocked front door and cars in our driveways unlocked. Today we need not only to keep everything locked up we need to protect our cars and homes with security.
Central jersey Security Cameras suggest to all of our customers to add the security of security cameras and a home alarm system to their homes. Now you may be thinking it’s a bit overkill security cameras and an alarm system on your home but let us explain:
A home security Camera system on your home is often the proof you need to the police/ proper authorities of what takes place around you home in the case you home is Vandalized or broken into. Often the presents of a known/seen security camera is enough of a deterrent to keep someone from committing a crime at your home.
An Alarm system is your next defense against some actually entering your home. With today’s alarms and glass beaks added to windows if there is a forced entry to your home an alarm will sound and the proper authorities will be dispatched to your home in a matter of seconds.
Home security systems add value to your home and will save you in homeowner’s issuances yearly. On average a NJ homeowner saves the cost of their alarm with central station monitoring with the savings they get from their homeowner insurance sometimes they save even more!
Don’t wait till it’s too late and an intendant happens at your home. Call Central jersey Security Cameras today. 732 -333-0227

Commercial Security Camera Installation-Are you looking to protect your store or commercial business?

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Commercial Security Camera Installation in Freehold NJ, Jackson NJ,Toms River NJ,Lakewood Nj and the whole tri state area. Install a IP camera in your store or business. Stop employee theft and shoplifting and keep your staff and customers safe. Every business is different and unique, and that’s the way we approach each commercial camera installation At Central Jersey Security Cameras. Providing industry insight to common security/safety issues. For added security when your property is closed for the night you may want to add security alarm system to your business/ store with central station monitoring. Alarms with Central station monitoring will alert the authorities if there is a break in to your place while you are not there and get the police there before you can get there in many cases. The central Station monitoring company that Central Jersey Security cameras uses is cops monitoring they have a 13 second response time and are URL listed. And as an added bonus did you know if you have your business/store monitored by a URL listed company your insures goes down?! So what are you waiting for call Better Business Accredited A+ rated Central jersey Security Cameras a Call today 732 415 7772