by Terri Hawkins

By the time the police arrive, it is likely the intruders will be gone. When people think about improving their safety, video surveillance is an added layer of security to consider, as it complements access control and important intrusion detection. Video recording serves as a deterrence to many criminals—but when this is not the case, a properly installed system can provide families and businesses a better chance to help authorities identify and capture thieves or trespassers.

Gary Hedrick, of Alarm Alert, provides a number of quality, affordable plans for homeowners, renters, and business needs and budgets, including payment plans, so his clients don’t have to compromise quality for cash flow. Plans vary from simple, 10-second motion-triggered video recordings stored by a host service with monthly fees and limited storage to robust packages with internal, continuous recordings stored on a local server with features, such as remote access. There are many different types and qualities of cameras, depending on the range of monitoring and what a client would want authorities to be able to see.

So, if you know of someone who locks their door at night, but realizes that is not enough peace-of-mind security or backup, give Gary a call. The Alarm Alert team also serves both home and business security needs, so think about who you know with security concerns–or make your own appointment today!