Domestic CCTV Installation Services

Juice Electrical Services specialise in providing a tailored CCTV installation service for our domestic customers, whether you live in an apartment, a semi or a multi-bedroom detached house.

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Installing peace of mind

Britain is experiencing a steady rise in offences such as burglary, theft and vehicle crime. And homes are often the target. So, now may be the time for you to review the security measures that will help you protect your home from becoming the next target for opportunist thieves and criminal gangs.

Increasing numbers of homeowners are installing CCTV as security cameras have proved themselves to be one of the most effective all-round measures for combatting trespassing, theft, burglary, vandalism and threats to personal safety.

Proof of CCTV installation can also reduce your insurance premiums. While the police can use the camera footage to help identify wanted criminals as well as evidence in criminal prosecutions.

Providing a personalised service

We offer a personal consultation, a comprehensive site survey of your home, and the design and installation of a bespoke system tailored to your needs. We only install CCTV equipment made by Elite Security Products, one of the leading manufacturers in this field.

In addition, we can also provide a full range of other security measures for your property, including security lighting and access control. These can be linked to your security camera installation or operate independently.

Ensure you stay secure. Contact us to discuss options for a security package designed to suit the requirements of your property.

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CCTV Facts and Figures

An estimated 500,000 of these CCTV surveillance cameras operate in and around London.

The London Underground Network has close to 15,600 CCTV operating cameras alone.

Cameras catch the average Brit almost 70 times a day (not 300 a day, as media previously reported).

The total costs of crime in England and Wales (2015-16) are estimated to be approximately
£50 BN for crimes against individuals and £9 BN for crimes against businesses.

The UK spends an estimated £2.2 BN per year on CCTV and other surveillance camera technology.

In 2009, 95% of Scotland Yard murder cases used CCTV footage as evidence.

CCTV surveillance is useful in about 65% of crimes where CCTV footage was available.

Up to 80% of CCTV footage seized by police is of such poor quality that it is almost worthless for detecting crime.