CCTV Maintenance Birmingham
Why Choose CCTV Maintenance Birmingham?
We are here to meet all of your needs at CCTV Maintenance Birmingham. With over ten years of industry experience we are the market-leading company in the area.
Only the latest technology is used to ensure we provide you with the most robust and reliable CCTV systems.
As we are a local, family run business we offer same day or next day service. We also offer a free call-out service and free quotes.
Call us on 0121 661 0123.
CCTV Maintenance Birmingham Systems Tailored to you
As everyone has different needs, at CCTV Maintenance Birmingham we tailor our systems specifically to you. Ensuring we meet all of your needs. Our fitters will fully consider your requirements, lifestyle, budget, etc.
Customer safety is always our number one aim. Which is why we have designed an app which provides you with remote viewing access from anywhere in the world.
Our app can be downloaded for free on all ANdroid and IOS devices. Therefore you can use your smartphone, laptop, tablet or PC to monitor and store live recordings. Using our app you can gain a constant flow of live footage at 3K UHD resolution.
Additional features CCTV Maintenance Birmingham Has
At CCTV Maintenance Birmingham, we offer a range of additional features. Thus providing you with extra protection and peace of mind. For example, we can install both internal and external CCTV cameras. Therefore providing you with protection over your property, family, valuables and vehicles.
Our trained engineers will undertake a full risk assessment prior to your CCTV Installation. Meaning we will be completely aware of all of your security requirements. Thus allowing us to provide you with the perfect, cost-effective solution
Get in touch with CCTV Maintenance Birmingham
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We are the market-leading company in and around the area.
Whatever your security needs we are always more than happy to help. You can give us a call on 0121 661 0123.
The city suffered heavy bomb damage during World War II’s “Birmingham Blitz”. The city was also the scene of two scientific discoveries that were to prove critical to the outcome of the war.Otto Frisch and Rudolf Peierls first described how a practical nuclear weapon could be constructed in the Frisch–Peierls memorandum of 1940,the same year that the cavity magnetron, the key component of radar and later of microwave ovens, was invented by John Randall and Henry Boot. Details of these two discoveries, together with an outline of the first jet engine invented by Frank Whittle in nearby Rugby, were taken to the United States by the Tizard Mission in September 1940, in a single black box later described by an official American historian as “the most valuable cargo ever brought to our shores”.
The city was extensively redeveloped during the 1950s and 1960s. This included the construction of large tower block estates, such as Castle Vale. The Bull Ring was reconstructed and New Street station was redeveloped. In the decades following World War II, the ethnic makeup of Birmingham changed significantly, as it received waves of immigration from the Commonwealth of Nations and beyond. The city’s population peaked in 1951 at 1,113,000 residents.