CCTV Maintenance

CCTV Maintenance And Repairs

At 247 CCTV, we don't just install and implement new systems.
We also provide a full CCTV maintenance and repair service
for new and existing clients, to ensure that your
CCTV security system never lets you down.

CCTV Maintenance

We offer flexible maintenance and repair solutions to suit your needs, whether you need a full maintenance contract or simply a one-off, pay as you go service. We also guarantee next-day callout, or a maintenance visit at a day and time to suit you. We only use qualified, highly experienced professionals, so you can be assured that your CCTV system is in the very best hands.

Why is CCTV maintenance so important?

  • Ensuring that your CCTV system is properly and regularly maintained by a qualified expert is crucial for all businesses, no matter what their size or nature. It is necessary in order to:
  • Keep your CCTV systems fully functional – so they are able to protect your home or business
  • Reduce unit breakdowns – which can cost extra time and money to fix, as well as potentially endangering your home or business
  • Detect problems early – so that they can be remedied before causing more serious issues
  • Extend the life of your CCTV system – better maintained surveillance equipment is more likely to last longer, meaning that you won’t have to pay for a replacement system for many more years to come.
  • A further benefit for business users of CCTV systems is the ability to offset the cost of maintenance and repair against their corporation tax.

For all of these reasons, most business owners would agree that having a proper maintenance contract or arranging a regular check of your systems is a wise decision.Besides, can you afford to take the risk of your CCTV system failing? Even downtime of a day or just a few hours could lead to serious consequences for your business, so maintenance is a precaution that is well worth taking.

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Is your CCTV system compliant with the Data Protection Act?

Many of our customers are unaware that their CCTV security systems are actually in breach of the Data Protection Act (1998).

The Act requires your business or organisation to inform people that they are being recorded by your CCTV cameras, in the form of clearly visible, properly worded signs. You also need to inform the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) why you are using the CCTV and only use it for its intended purpose in approved areas. It’s also necessary ensure that all images and data are properly protected in a secure system, such as one provided by 247 CCTV Ltd.

If your business isn’t doing all of this, you could be in breach of Data Protection laws.

At 247 CCTV, our consultants specialise in bringing CCTV systems in line with the regulations, as well as providing an expert maintenance and repair service. We can also offer expert advice and practical solutions to help bring your CCTV systems up to the required standard. If you don’t know if your CCTV is compliant or you need help or advice, get in touch with one of our specialist consultants today.