Property Surveillance Technology
Installation & Design in Tennessee, Arkansas & Mississippi
Your building’s security requirements are unique. To ensure you thoroughly protect your business from theft and vandalism, plan to utilize property surveillance technology. The experts at State Systems Inc. can professionally design, install, maintain, and repair property surveillance equipment to ensure maximum security at all times. The end results include a safer building for your employees, a lower risk of incidents, and a greater chance of catching perpetrators in the act.
To schedule an on-site survey, arrange a maintenance visit, or request emergency repair services for your property surveillance system, please call State Systems at 901-531-6550.
Types of Property Surveillance Technology
At State Systems, we offer a broad range of closed-circuit television (CCTV) and surveillance solutions, so you can find the system that meets your exact needs without compromising any features. No matter your security requirements, we’re confident we have the brand, components, and camera features you’re looking for.
As a non-proprietary company, we’re not tied to a single security camera brand. This means our installation and service team has experience with a variety of leading manufacturers. Come to us if you’re interested in installing or having any of the following security camera brands serviced:
Several elements come together to make your property surveillance system effective. Every part plays a vital role in capturing, transmitting, and recording footage of your building. Here’s what a typical CCTV system includes:
- Security cameras: A fundamental part of any surveillance system is the security cameras themselves. The types and features you choose depend on the specific needs you have in different locations around your building.
- Monitors: Installed in your security room, monitors let you watch footage captured in real-time by your cameras.
- DVR: A digital video recorder, or DVR, records live footage onto a hard drive so you can access it later if an incident occurs.
- Power supply: Different voltage strengths are available to provide the right amount and type of power to your security cameras.
- Cabling, connectors, and Multiplexers: These connect and transmit data between all the components of your property surveillance system for seamless functionality.
From basic to top-of-the-line, CCTV cameras come in many forms. Some of the features you might want include:
- High-definition video capture
- Night vision
- Wide-angle viewing
- High zoom capabilities
- Manual focusing
- Wide dynamic range
- Motion activation
- Real-time sound recording
Property Surveillance System Design & Installation
When you schedule a CCTV system installation, we begin with an on-site inspection to examine your needs carefully and determine what types of cameras will protect certain points of interest most effectively. We work closely with you during the design process to make sure we leave no area unguarded. We also ensure your complete satisfaction before we move on to the installation process.
To minimize interruptions to your business, we strive to have your surveillance system up and running as quickly as possible. Thorough testing ensures everything is working properly before we deem the job complete. Upon request, we can also train you and your staff to operate your cameras, monitors, and DVR to maximize the system’s potential.
Property Surveillance Inspections & Maintenance
When everything’s going smoothly, it’s easy to forget about your property surveillance system. However, to ensure the equipment hasn’t malfunctioned or been compromised in any way, it’s important to schedule routine inspections and maintenance. We can service your equipment regardless of its age, condition, components, or brand.
Our tune-ups include visual inspections, cleaning camera components, testing remote signals, and conducting other checks to verify proper functionality. This is the ideal time to identify developing problems and fix them before they create downtime for your CCTV system.
24/7 Surveillance System Repairs & Support
Even with proper maintenance, your security system is still subject to technical malfunctions, vandalism, hacking, and simply old age. When you notice something wrong with your CCTV equipment, any delay in repair leaves your building vulnerable to a break-in.
Fortunately, with 24/7 repair and support services from State Systems, your building won’t be left unprotected for long. We service all types of equipment, no matter how old it is or whether we originally installed it. If we determine any of your devices are beyond repair, we’ll walk you through the steps of upgrading to a replacement system.
State Systems Inc. Services Property Surveillance Technology in TN, AR & MS
The security of your business relies heavily on the functionality of your property surveillance technology. Let the experienced technicians at State Systems design and install a quality system to meet all your security needs. Then, continue to count on our team for the ongoing services you require to keep your cameras, DVR, and other system components up and running.
Call State Systems at 901-531-6550 or contact us online to learn more about our services or to request a quote.
We offer property surveillance solutions and upgrades in these cities and the surrounding areas:
Arkansas (AR): Arkadelphia, Benton, Blytheville, Clinton, Conway, El Dorado, Forrest City, Helena-West Helena, Hope, Hot Springs, Jonesboro, Little Rock, Marion, Monticello, Mountain View, Murfreesboro, North Little Rock, Paragould, Pine Bluff, Russellville, Texarkana, and Wynne
Mississippi (MS): Batesville, Clarksdale, Cleveland, DeSoto County, Greenville, Greenwood, Grenada, Hernando, Horn Lake, Olive Branch, Oxford, Senatobia, Southaven, Tunica and Tupelo
Tennessee (TN): Arlington, Bartlett, Collierville, Dyersburg, Fayette County, Germantown, Jackson, Lakeland, Martin, Memphis, Millington, Tipton County and Union City
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