Mammoth Surveillance Camera Systems Stamford CT
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Security Systems and Surveillance Cameras in Stamford
Stamford is the third largest city in the state of Connecticut, and is considered the seventh-largest city in New England. The 2010 census puts its population at 122,643. But as of July 1, 2014 the city’s population has already ballooned to 128,278. The rapid growth of the population, coupled with the number of large properties in the city means that Stamford is densely populated, and conducive to crime. The statistics puts Stamford’s crime rate at an average of 2,154 total crimes committed per year, 1,869 of which are considered property crimes.
The large number of property crimes should be a cause of concern, as it looks like Stamford is attractive to criminals. This is not surprising considering that the city is home to many popular establishments as well as big name corporations, including four Fortune 500 companies, nine Fortune 1000 companies, and 13 Courant 100 companies.
If you are planning on staying in Stamford or are already residing in the city, you might be depending on Stamford security cameras installed by the city for your security. But this might not be enough. The public CCTV security cameras employed in the city tend to be outdated, and therefore produce footage that are probably not clear enough to serve its purpose. Additionally, the recorded footages and the monitor for the feeds are not readily accessible to the public, which in turn makes them less useful for real-time security.
If you’re one these homeowners or property owners in need of better security, Mammoth Surveillance is an ideal choice for a surveillance camera installer. We offer security solutions for clients whether they need to secure a single residential property, a business establishment, or multiple properties. We also customize surveillance systems according to client specifications and needs, and will use our knowledge and expertise to make recommendations if the client is not familiar with commercial surveillance cameras.
Securing Your Business in Stamford
Some of the advantages that clients can expect from Mammoth Surveillance:
- High Quality Video Footages – unlike legacy CCTV cameras that are used by many establishments, which output blurry and pixilated videos, our HD cameras provide video footages that are crisp and clear enough that it’s easy to identify things, persons, and events within a reasonable expected distance. This feature is particularly important if you need video footages that are valid as court evidence. There are over 20 different cameras in our plans that cater to a client’s needs and provide the right kind of security.
- Remote Monitoring– we understand that not everybody has the time to stand watch over a panel of monitors for security purposes, so our systems use cameras that can be viewed remotely using an app installed on an iOS or Android-based mobile device. This is particularly useful for property owners who are constantly away from the site but need to check the premises from time to time. All that is needed is the mobile device and an active internet connection, and they will be able to check the surveillance feeds anytime they want.
- Modular Systems – lastly, Mammoth Surveillance systems are modular and expandable. We can add cameras, hard drives, and DVRs to an existing system that was installed by us or other camera installers. So there is no risk as you can start with a small installation, which can be expanded when your needs require it, or if you realize that your existing installation does not cover your needs.
Interested parties are encouraged to contact us through our website’s contact page in order to make further inquiries or to talk to our staff of experts in order to get a free quotation.
Our services are available in every corner of Connecticut, including but not limited to such towns as: Greenwich, CT, Bristol, CT, Waterbury, CT, Danbury, CT.
Single Building. Multi-Building. Remote Sites.
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