Video Surveillance Tools for Home and Business Monitoring

Monitoring your home or business when you’re away is often best achieved with video surveillance, as long as the best tools for the job are used, and used correctly. A user may choose to invest in complete video surveillance with DVRs and heavy-duty wired cameras, hidden cameras that record covertly, or security cameras that run on independent cellular networks rather than connecting to local networks, or even a combination of these options. The key to determining the video surveillance style that is most appropriate will be understanding what’s on the market and how each type of camera can work for you.

Educational materials provided by BrickHouse Security can help you understand exactly what options are available to you and which will be most appropriate for your surveillance needs. Our collection of learning articles is always growing to ensure that your questions are answered and you have the information you need for ongoing video surveillance.