Supreme Vision CCTV provides residential and commercial consumers with full CCTV installations.
CCTV can be a cheaper alternative to a home security system. Sure, you have to pay the upfront costs of the camera and installation, but once that is done, you're pretty much done.
Home security systems often require you to pay a subscription fee every month. And your security company may require an additional fee for 24/7 monitoring. Over the years these fees will add up.
Supreme Vision is pretty transparent about its pricing. You can see which products it offers and how much it will cost on the website.
Supreme Vision operates in and around San Bernardino county. You can visit Supreme Vision's website or contact the company directly for a list of cities within the service area.
CCTV cameras are generally used for surveillance, as the system allows you to record what goes on in and around your home (or business). And while the mere presence of a CCTV camera can deter criminals, this option isn't everyone's cup of tea when it comes to home security.
Most home security systems will not only alert you to an intruder but also the police. This means that even when you're not at home, the system will contact the proper authorities and send someone to your residence to hopefully disrupt the intrusion. CCTV cameras are wonderful if you need to prove someone broke into your house or business, but not helpful during an actual break-in. CCTV cameras are great at recording any and all activities but don't come with the features to call the authorities.
Some security systems will even alert consumers to fires, floods, or other emergencies in the home. With CCTV, this is only possible if you're monitoring your property 24/7.