Central Jersey Security Cameras is thrilled to be supporting charities and businesses all over New Jersey! This Saturday the MAX Challenge of Freehold is hosting their MAX Challenge Day of Giving located at 3475 U.S. 9, Freehold, NJ 07728. The MAX Challenge of Freehold strongly believes in giving back to the community and are happy to announce that Camp Quality of New Jersey has been selected as their charity for their MAX Day of Giving. Camp Quality is an organization that provides support for children battling cancer and their families at no cost. Camp Quality started in Sydney Australia. The founder, Vera Entwistle, introduced the organization to several countries, including the U.S. Each location hosts a week long camp for children in the Summer and a reunion in the Fall. They also offer year-round events that include holiday parties, weekend trips, and day trips. During the week-long camp children can participate in numerous activities, some of which include canoeing, dancing, sports, swimming, talent shows, and concerts. This is a great opportunity for children to make friends and have a week full of fun and excitement. Camp Quality gives these children and their families hope while helping the children cultivate life skills. Every camper gets paired up with a companion who provide care for the children and make their experience at Camp Quality unforgettable. Central Jersey Security Cameras is thankful to the MAX Challenge for including us in such a special event. We hope to see you at the MAX Challenge of Freehold this Saturday to participate in their MAX Day of Giving. If you can’t make it but would still like to donate or you need more information on this event you can contact us at (732)-333-0227 or the MAX Challenge of Freehold at (732)-577-2554 and/or click the link below.
Protecting your home or elderly parents’ home from home invasions
Gated communities are great with all of their club houses filled with activities and the convenience of no longer needing to cut your lawn or shovel snow in the winter but… how protected is your home in a gated community? What stops someone from getting into your gated community home?
Most of these communities here in NJ are gated at the entrances and around them are decorative fencing, if they have any at all. What would truly stop someone from just parking somewhere near by and walking right in and finding a way to break into and over power someone in one of these homes? Unfortunately, this past week in Lakewood, NJ this is what seems to be the case, an elderly couple at 55+ The Enclave were beaten, tied up with duct tape, and robbed.
Installing security cameras in the homes of your elderly parents and/or grandparents to be able to check in on them is starting to sound like a great idea now, isn’t it? Not only can these security cameras protect your elderly loved ones from intruders, but they reek the benefits of much more than just that. We all think of security cameras to keep our homes safe from intruders or to watch our children at home with the babysitters/nannies, but have you ever thought of how they protect the elderly as well? By installing cameras in the homes of your elderly parents and/or grandparents, you will be able to check in and SEE them and know what they are actually up to. Do you worry about your elderly loved ones when you are not physically with them? Not only will having security cameras give you that peace of mind knowing what your parents or grandparents are doing, but it can also be lifesaving for the elderly! With security cameras placed in the interior of the home, you can watch mom in the kitchen cooking and keep checking in that she is still safe around the stove. You can check in on the camera located by the steps and be sure dad did not fall as he has become more unstable in his walking. Everyone needs the added home security no matter the age of the home owners, however, with the advance in todays technologies, there are added safety bonus for our elderly loved ones to think about.
KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR LOVED ONES
Would you like to keep a watchful eye on mom or dad to know they are safe? Home security cameras installed in a few key spots in the home can help you make sure mom or dad are protected and safe in their home. Have you been thinking of having a home health aide come to the home, but you are unsure of the treatment your loved one will get from them? We can set up nanny cams in their home, so you can be sure your loved ones are being treated the way they should be. With today’s technology, the possibilities are endless.
Would you like an alert sent to your phone when someone walks up to your front side walk or pulls in the driveway? How about would you like to have this on your phone for your parents that are ageing to help you look out for them? Well, Central Jersey Security Cameras in Freehold NJ has a solution for this. With our professionally installed HD security cameras we have a feature called line intrusion that we can set up on your security cameras, and the alerts? The alerts can be set to go directly to your phone! The best part, there is no monthly charge! This is a free bonus to having your security cameras professionally installed.
Your parents still live on their own but you have concerns about someone coming to their home and taking advantage of them. Would you like to know every time a door is opened in the home? Many families in New Jersey try to keep their loved ones in the home with them, but unfortunately, you cannot be everywhere all the time. With security cameras placed at your elderly loved one’s home or in your home, you can see everything that’s going on in and around the home. Would you want to know about every time someone enters or exits the home? Take advantage of the intrusion detection features that all our Central Jersey Security Cameras systems come with.
In today’s high-tech world, now more than ever things are easy to use and help guide the non tech savey groups though to keep there homes and loved ones protected. We are proud at Central Jersey Security Cameras to now offer the most innovative alarm panel called UltraSync. This was originally a product put out by GE and subsequently Interlogix bought the alarm/intrusion portion of the GE business. Interlogix is always on top of innovation making their products better with new revisions and releases. Some of the features our customers are enjoying about the UltraSync self contained alarm panel are:
• Completely wireless setup
• Fast, neat and easy installation, no mess
• Reliability and ease of use
• Home automation integration
Free remote management of the alarm which include:
• Remote arming
• Remote bypassing of sensors
• Instant sensor notifications directly to smart devices
• Remote door lock control/garage door
• Remote lighting control
• Remote thermostat control
• Instant video verification with connected cameras triggered by alarm sensors
• Best part, all of this at no additional monthly charge other than the basic monitoring fee.
With all these convenient features you can now help your elderly parents stay in their own home and help monitor them. During the recent heat waves in NJ, it is nice to know you can check in and make sure the air conditioning in their home is at a temperature where it should be to keep them healthy, or over the winter you can check on the heat in their home. They lost their house key at the club house? No problem, because now you could open the door to their home even if you are hours away this way they no longer need to wait for you to get into their home safely.
Don’t wait till something takes place in yours or your parents gated community. Call Central Jersey Security Cameras today for a free home evaluation on ways to protect your 55+ gated community home. 732-333-0227
Review: Interlogix UltraSync smart home system lets you design your own security network
A professionally-installed security system offers flexibility on products and Z-Wave compatibility
Consumer electronics products are entering and leaving the marketplace at an increasingly faster pace, driven in part by smart IoT products that connect to the internet. While people may have purchased just one or two IoT devices in the past, perhaps an Amazon Echo or a similar voice-controlled speaker, consumers are now buying more. We recently tested a suite of these products, including those from Interlogix and its UltraSync system, that not only provides home security but also helps to connect, manage and wirelessly control this constellation of devices. A monitored home security that is professionally installed, UltraSync even allows you to use Amazon Alexa‘s voice commands to help control the system.
We recently had a professional security company (Central Jersey Security Cameras, in Freehold, NJ) install the system, as well as several IoT devices, in one of our test houses. For this review, we had the following products installed:
- UltraSync Self-Contained Hub
- Yale Real Living Assure Lock SL Key Free Touchscreen Deadbolt (YRD256)
- TruVision 1080p IP Wi-Fi Desktop IR Camera (TVQ-8101)
- JASCO Z-Wave Plug-In Smart Dimmer (ZW3103)
- UltraSync+ mobile app (free, iOS and Android)
TruVision 1080p IP Wi-Fi Desktop IR camera supported motion detection.GearBrain
Installation and Overview of the UltraSync System
The UltraSync system is a professionally installed security system. From start to finish, it took Central Jersey Security Cameras roughly three hours to complete the job, which included setting up the mobile app and informal training. According to Central Jersey Security Cameras, the approximate installation cost was around $500, and included the cost of the individual items and labor.
There are several benefits to this system, along with the products we choose. First, all the products connect wirelessly to the system, so most likely you won’t need to do any drilling into walls, ceilings, or other parts of your home, unless you decide to mount the hub.
The system is also based on the Z-Wave wireless protocol. If a homeowner has or plans to buy a Z-Wave device, it would be compatible with the UltraSync system, which includes such products such as lighting, locks, thermostats, wireless speakers, doorbells, garage door openers, fan controllers, and water management systems.
Overall, the UltraSync system worked well. I found it was consistent in notifying me, mostly through the mobile app, as well as in triggering sounds in the home from the hub. For instance, when I open the front door, the panel produces a chiming sound to let someone know that the front door is ajar. Much of these notifications are also customizable. For more on the overall system, you can go to Interlogix’s UltraSync Smarthome section of its website.
In the UltraSync mobile app, you can view clips from the security camera, and customize your own features.GearBrain
The UltraSync+ mobile app
The mobile app, UltraSync+ (for iOS and Android), is the heart of the system since it’s where you’ll add products, or customize your UltraSync ecosystem. But unlike most consumer-oriented apps, it’s not really an app tailored for the DIY type. You need to work with the installation company that installed your system in order to understand certain aspects of the app, particularly passcode and passwords. At least, at first.
The app is divided into several sections, including overview, lights, thermostat, camera, lock, and sensor. In the upper-left hand corner of the app, there’s a menu section where, if you are not logged in, you can access a number of handy videos. However, you are asked to choose between videos targeted at homeowners and those targeted at the pro dealers. In terms of design, it would have been better to offer only one set of videos to consumers to confuse them. (In fact, if you choose the pro dealer videos, a warning pops up with a message telling you should never try to alter or even access the dealer settings. In my view, it would have been better to exclude such videos that might confuse users.)
Additionally, there are differently designed sections that make the app feel a bit disjointed. For example, the Settings section looks markedly different from the main sections of the app. I also feel the app would benefit from a user manual or help section in addition to the help videos. Still, overall the app is useful and logical in its structure.
Overall, the system’s mobile app, worked reasonably well. I was impressed with the system’s consistent notifications, which appeared as popup messages on my phone and which can be configured in the Settings section of the app. All the commands and controls worked as expected, whether I was locking my front door, dimming the lights, or accessing video on the wireless camera.
The IoT Devices (Tested for this Review)
Because this review is focusing on a system, we chose to focus on several products that would most likely be included in a home-security system. The following devices were installed in our test house: UltraSync Self-Contained Hub, Yale Real Living Assure Lock SL Key Free Touchscreen Deadbolt (YRD256), TruVision 1080p IP Wi-Fi Desktop IR Camera (TVQ-8101), JASCO Z-Wave Plug-In Smart Dimmer (ZW3103), and several sensors to work with the UltraSync system.
The UltraSync Self-Contained Hub
In many ways, you could have a review of just the UltraSync Self-Contained Hub. That’s because the features on this wireless hub are quite extensive: It can be set up for 256 users, 64 wireless sensors and 20 Keyfobs, and four distinct areas/partitions (which means you can split the system into smaller parts). Plus, it has a personal voice guided setup and menu prompts, and a 24-hour battery backup.
In terms of design, it has a very clear, functional, yet versatile interface: The various buttons are all color-coded and illuminated so that they can be clearly seen in dimly lit lighting scenarios. It’s also loaded with other system features: It’s internet ready, capable of being connected over Ethernet or Wi-Fi and, of course, includes a Z-Wave radio for controlling smart home devices. However, in many ways, I can see the average consumer opting to work mostly through the mobile app, and only use the hub when needed. Still, it’s worthwhile to take some time to study the hub’s extensive user PDF guide.
We installed the Yale Real Living Assure Lock SL Key Free Touchscreen Deadbolt with the UltraSync systemGearBrain
Yale Real Living Assure Lock SL Key Free Touchscreen Deadbolt
If you’re looking for a configurable lock that includes wireless Z-wave technology yet also has classic, non-tech styling, the Yale Real Living Assure Lock SL Key Free Touchscreen Deadbolt is a very good choice. The technology works well within the UltraSync system. In our test house, we were able to lock and unlock the unit from the UltraSync+ mobile app as well as entering a number code onto the key pad.
You also have a lot of flexibility: For instance, you can add a temporary code for someone, say, who might be staying with you for just a couple of weeks. Via the app, you can provide your guest with his or her own unique key combination for the keyless entry lock. When they’ve left, you can remove this temporary code from the app’s settings. So, you always have control over who can unlock the door.
If there’s a downside, it’s with the display, although it’s more of a quibble: If you’ve installed the lock outside in an area that has direct sunlight, and it’s a bright and sunny day, it may be a bit difficult to see the LED numbers on the door pad. Obviously, you can shield the lock with your hands to see the numbers better. Overall, though, the product worked very well and provided a secure, yet flexible way to include a wireless, keyless lock into the UltraSync system.
The TruVision 1080p IP Wi-Fi Desktop IR camera had fairy accurate color, but highlights were blow out and had a lack of detail.GearBrain
TruVision 1080p IP Wi-Fi Desktop IR Camera
Our installation team set up TruVision’s 1080p IP Wi-Fi Desktop IR Camera as the security camera for the system, which as the name indicates allows for 1080p HD resolution video (as well as lower resolutions), and has a field of view of 115 degrees. We set it up in the living room, facing the door. In our tests, we found the model did a fine job at recording as well as capturing real-time video and audio. As with many security cams, there was quite a bit of sharpening as well as some barrel distortion, due to the wide angle of view.
Nevertheless, the footage had nice detail and fairly accurate color (even though the colors were on the muted side, and not very saturated.) The dynamic range was decent in the midrange tones, although not so good at the extremes of the tonal range. Highlights were blown out, with no details. Likewise, there was little detail in the darkest tones, since the shadows tended to swallow up any details.
The camera includes an infrared illuminator for assisting in capturing images in various lighting scenarios. We also found the motion detection features were flexible and very accurate. (Video clips are stored onboard using a micro SD/SDXC card up to 128GB.) For our test purposes, we found the camera capabilities on this camera to be quite good and versatile.
In the UltraSync app you can power the JASCO Z-Wave Plug-In Smart Dimmer lights on and off.GearBrain
In many ways the dimmer is the simplest of the items to use in our test system. You simply insert the JASCO dimmer into a power outlet, and then plug your light (it accepts both two- and three-pronged plugs) into the dimmer. In the app, lights can be powered on and off, or set within a range of 1 to 100 percent illumination.
As with any review of a configurable system, it’s hard to anticipate all the variables with adding or substituting different products within the UltraSync system. And we also look forward to trying out the UltraSync system using Alexa voice commands, as well.
Overall, we like that Interlogix focused on Z-wave compatible components and products, which means that installers have great flexibility in designing and customizing a system for their customers. And while we think some aspects of the system’s structure and user design (UX) could be more streamlined or at least integrated more consistently, in general, we think the system meets the needs of many consumers and business owners who want to own a flexible and re-configurable system.
- A flexible IoT security system for adding multiple products (Z-wave compatible)
- Offers the ability to include Alexa voice commands to operate the system
- Relatively simple integration with mobile app
- Comprehensive features may confuse some consumers
- Certain sections of mobile app could have been more consistently designed
- Should include more help guides and quick tips sections, along with help videos
Take a look at the home invasions going on around the US lately that are targeting the elderly. How awful?
Installing security cameras in the homes of your elderly parents and/or grandparents to be able to check in on them is starting to sound like a great idea now, isn’t it?
Not only can these security cameras protect your elderly loved ones from intruders, but they reek the benefits of much more than just that. We all think of security cameras to keep our homes safe from intruders or to watch our children at home with the babysitters/nannies, but have you ever thought of how they protect the elderly as well? By installing cameras in the homes of your elderly parents and/or grandparents, you will be able to check in and SEE them and know what they are actually up to. Do you worry about your elderly loved ones when you are not physically with them? Not only will having security cameras give you that peace of mind knowing what your parents or grandparents are doing, but it can also be lifesaving for the elderly! With security cameras placed in the interior of the home, you can watch mom in the kitchen cooking and keep checking in that she is still safe around the stove. You can check in on the camera located by the steps and be sure dad did not fall as he has become more unstable in his walking.
Have you been thinking of having a home health aide come to the home, but you are unsure of the treatment your loved one will receive from them? We can set up nanny cams in their home, so this way you can be sure your loved ones are being treated the way they should be. Does your elderly loved one already have a home care giver that is supposed to come each day? Would you like to know when they come and go each day? With the line crossing detection, or intrusion detection feature, you can now know exactly each time they come and go, and rest assured your loved one is getting the care they deserve.
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.
Would you like to know every time a door is opened in the home? Many families in New Jersey try to keep their loved ones in the home with them, but unfortunately you cannot be everywhere all the time. With security cameras placed at your elderly loved one’s home or in your home, you can see everything that’s going on in and around the home. Would you want to know about every time someone enters or exits the home? Take advantage of the intrusion detection features that all our Central Jersey Security Cameras systems come with.
Not only will security cameras help you keep an eye on the older generation, you may also need to know when the kids get home from school or even if the delivery person is at your front door, so you would set up a virtual intrusion area at your front door. 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.
Not only can Central Jersey Security Cameras provide cameras with line detection, we can also put cameras inside the home in areas you may need to watch, such as the kitchen to make sure our loved one is safe when they are cooking or anywhere else you may worry about their safety. 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.
To get your elderly loved ones protected with a home security camera system, call us at Central Jersey Security Cameras and we can help you work out a plan that best fits their needs within a budget and without becoming intrusive in their lives. Call us today. 732-333-0227
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
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
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.
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 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.
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
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.
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.
The importance of having Hotel /resort security cameras for the hotel/resort owner and hospitably staff
Hotels/Resorts are huge places and have many areas that can have potential for a customer to injure them self-due to their own misuse or to a staff member neglect not maintaining an area. Security surveillance will help prove who or what is at fault and protect your hotel/ resort investment. Below you will find a few more of the most common reasons why security cameras are needed in hotel/ resorts
-slip and fall claims, in a perfect world we would like to believe everyone will tell the truth and not be dishonest however, not everyone will tell the truth and will try to take advantage of an opportunity to cash in on money from the hotel or resort. Security Cameras will be the proof the hotel needs to actually see and have it recorded what took place at the time of a slip and fall claim.
-How does your staff work? Just like in any place of business owners often want and need to know how productive their staff is. This also protects the staff from claims from the guest that they did or did not do something because once again it’s all now on tape from the security cameras placed in the hotel/resort.
-Assaults- let’s face it this is not something you often think of when you are traveling on your vacation or even on the business trip, unfortunately, this is something that happens. Often is high vacation areas unwanted guest try to get into or near hotel guest and look to rob valuables and may even cause bodily harm – here is a cause where security cameras help protect the hotel customer as well as the hotel have to proof of who and how the person gained access to the location.
Thefts – while on vacation someone stealing is one of the last things people often think of but once again it is something that takes place. When we are in the vacation mode we often let out guard down a bit and leave our bags filled with expensive cell phones, I pads, Wallets, etc on our beach chair by the pool. A thief looks at this as a way to make an easy score. Hotels and resorts that have security cameras often deter these crimes from even taking place. Here once again this helps the hotel see if something took place or not to its hotel guest.
The importance of having Hotel /resort security cameras for the vacationer/business traveler
Many wait all year to take their vacations and for a short period of time it’s your home away from home. Others for business have to often travel from hotel to hotel in various cities and towns for work. In both cases for work or for vacation you want to know the place you’re staying at has taken the highest measures of protection to keep you and your loved ones safe. Just like the home security camera system you may have at home video surveillance helps provide your proof of what takes place and often deters crime from happening.
Hotels that have video surveillance are often the hotels that have made the investment in protecting itself and its customers
Every year the hotel industry sees thousands of claims against the industry some are false claims and some are true. With the investment of security cameras you can now have the proof needed to keep false claims down and limit the hotels liability to the true claims in many cases.
To get a free security audit of your hotel/motel/ resort call central jersey security cameras today 732 333 0227
Have you been thinking of adding home security to your home with all the latest headlines in the news? Then it’s time to take a look at why so many Nj Jersey families are calling Central Jersey Security Cameras to install their home security cameras and alarms. Call us today to start getting the home protection your family needs 732 333 0227
TOP 10 THINGS THE NEIGHBORS NOTICE
1. Times leaving for work and arriving home
2. Changes to the house
3. A new car
4. Overall patterns
5. If a stranger visits
6. If a couple are arguing
7. They get an internet food shop delivery
8. Whether a neighbor might be pregnant
9. Evening activities during the week
10. If they have flowers delivered
Top 10 things a Burglar looks for
1. Times leaving for work and arriving home
2. Changes to the house
3. A new car
4. Overall patterns
5. Who visits your home and how frequent
6. Who lives in the home
7. They get an internet food shop delivery
8. If there are children in the home and how many
9. Evening activities during the week
10. If they have flowers delivered
See a bit of a pattern here? Did you know often homes are hit by people that they are acquaintances often it is someone that has been in your home or a home in your neighbor’s home that is like your home. So, with the facts at hand I have a 5 questions for you.
1. How protected is your home?
2. Do you have a working home security system on your home?
3. Do you have home security cameras with remote views?
4. How about a home alarm to alert the proper authorities?
5. Do you work or travel and leave your home?
If you answered “NO” to any of the 5 questions above then it’s time to look into the home security system. Call Central Jersey Security Cameras today 732 333 0227
Why should you choose Central jersey security Cameras for your Home or business security system?
1. We background check each and every employee at CJSC before they ever step foot in your home or business
2.We have continued training for our employees to keep them up to date on all the newest in alarm installs
3. we safeguard our client’s private information
5.Have a proven track record and BBB accredited A+
Central Jersey security cameras owner Bob murphy has been in the business for over 25 year and has had his Freehold NJ location open for the past 5 years. CJSC is a one stop security stop for all your alarm systems and security cameras. So before summer comes and you get busy with your summer plans give Central jersey security cameras a call 732 333 0227
We have all taught our kids to never open the door for a stranger However, as adults most of us do not take those same safety precautions before answering the door? In today’s society, you can’t trust that the person on the other side of the door is a friendly visitor. Of course we all want to go to the door just answer it and see who is there but today you have to be smart and think back to telling your children why they can’t just whip the door open you just don’t know who is there or what their intentions are.
Here is where a home security system on your home can help you and your family stay safe:
• Use a security camera to see who is at the door. Make the camera visible. A camera could deter someone with devious intentions. The camera itself will allow you to see who is at the door.
Here is also where you many want to consider having an alarm installed and have you key fob in your hand when you decide to answer the door if the person at the door make you feel you are in danger you can hit your panic button to dispatch the police
• Interact with the visitor using an intercom. This is an effective and affordable way to talk with a stranger without actually answering the door.
• Trust your instincts, your instincts are often right so, If your gut is telling you that something is wrong, then don’t open the door!!
It only takes a second for a criminal to seize and opportunity and bring harm to you and your family. Why take chances keep you and your loved ones safe for a free on site evaluation of your home call 732 333 0227 central Jersey Security cameras today!