CoastalCams CCTV Systems, Service & Support for Cornwall & the South West
CoastalCams provide the design, installation and maintenance of CCTV systems for homes and commercial premises in Cornwall & Devon.
We provide a wide range of security cameras for homes, shops, offices, farms, holiday parks, industrial units and small businesses, including analogue and IP cameras, fully installed at competitive prices.
CCTV surveillance provides a visible and efficient deterrent against all types of crime including burglary, theft and antisocial behaviour.
Home CCTV systems enhance your security and allow you to keep an eye on your home from anywhere in the world via the internet and a compatible mobile device. You will find our security camera systems are available for installation at prices that meet varying budgets and configurations.
Point to point and point to multi-point wireless CCTV solutions offer the opportunity to deploy security cameras in challenging areas over greater distances. Great for farms, solar farms, outbuildings, car parks, holiday parks and numerous industrial applications.
We provide CCTV maintenance, service and upgrades in addition to replacement spare parts for your CCTV system.
Our highly satisfied customer base includes homeowners and business including retail, offices, farms, construction sites, pubs, industrial sites, holiday lets and more. Providing 24/7 protection and peace of mind.
Based in Truro, our CCTV installations are carried out by experienced installers and come with 12 months parts and labour guarantee. All our systems come with the option for remote viewing over the internet via smartphone, tablet or computer allowing business and home owners to monitor their premises from anywhere in the world.
If you are in Cornwall, please call us today for a free, friendly, honest, no obligation survey and competitive quote on 07880 718204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To comply with the Data Protection Act, CCTV systems in commercial premises and public areas must be registered with the Information Commissioner (UK) and suitable warning signs should be displayed.