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Micromark Home Security Cameras, CCTV and Sensors

Home security is a very serious concern for homeowners throughout the UK. Effective as both a crime prevention and crime resolution tactic, Micromark home security cameras, CCTV and sensors make safe additions to any home for internal or external use. The level of cover you opt for will depend on your budget and necessity.

Dummy CCTV or the real thing?

There is often no need to purchase a fully functioning system if your home is at low risk from crime and crime prevention is all that is required. Fake CCTV cameras on the exterior of a property work well to deter criminals and troublemakers, whilst being far cheaper than their real counterparts. Dummy security cameras are worth the money as they do exactly what they are intended for; they prevent your home from being targeted.

For more complete security due to a high risk or crime, to help resolve an ongoing problem or just for peace of mind, real home security cameras can work well to deter and solve crime where dummy sensors may fail. If any crime were to be committed, you would be able to take comfort knowing that the offenders were caught red handed.

Choosing a CCTV system

Finding which CCTV suits your requirements depends on whether you are monitoring your home, garage or other property and whether you want a DVR to record the footage. Many types of CCTV systems offer apps for phones, computers and tablets so you can control it remotely. This depends on the individual system.

Wired CCTV systems provide the best quality with no interference, but wireless systems are the least hassle to install and require no modifications to your home that may otherwise be required to discreetly install wired CCTV systems.


Sensors can be useful for turning on your CCTV system or activating lights to deter intruders. They are also useful for burglar alarms. Picking a sensor is relatively simple and will primarily depend on your budget and experience level with fitting them.

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