Home Protect Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Why Should You Use Home Protect Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Newcastle-upon-Tyne
At Home Protect Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Newcastle-upon-Tyne we can install the most complex of CCTV systems. We only use the latest technology to ensure we offer the best possible system. Due to being a local company we can offer same day or next day service.
When CCTV systems first came around it was only business properties who installed them. However, nowadays a lot of people also install them in their homes as well. We use our knowledge and expertise to provide you with a top-quality system.
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Upgrade Your Security System With Home Protect Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Both digital and analogue systems are available at Home Protect Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Newcastle-upon-Tyne. We also offer our services to both domestic and commercial properties in the area.
Only the most advanced technology and software is used to ensure we offer you much more than a basic system. Our systems include DarkFighter night vision, panoramic lens, explosion-proof camera, facial recognition and number plate recognition.
At Home Protect Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Newcastle-upon-Tyne we tailor our systems to meet your specific needs. Thus ensuring we are fully equipped to meet all of your requirements. Our customer satisfaction rate is second to none, thanks to our amazing service and competitive prices.
Home Protect Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Newcastle-upon-Tyne Additional features on our CCTV system
For extra peace of mind we have a variety of features available. Including our app which provides you with remote viewing access from anywhere in the world. Our app is free and easy to download on all Android and IOS devices. Therefore, using your smartphone, laptop, tablet or PC you can monitor and store live recordings. Providing you with a stream of live footage and 4K UHD resolution.
Call Home Protect Alarm and CCTV Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Regardless of your needs we are always more than happy to help. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
Give us a call on 0191 500 2404
Newcastle’s public transport system was modernised in 1901 when Newcastle Corporation Tramways electric trams were introduced to the city’s streets, though these were replaced gradually by trolley buses from 1935, with the tram service finally coming to an end in 1950.
The city acquired its first art gallery, the Laing Art Gallery in 1904, so named after its founder Alexander Laing, a Scottish wine and spirit merchant who wanted to give something back to the city in which he had made his fortune. Another art gallery, the Hatton Gallery (now part of Newcastle University), opened in 1925.
With the advent of the motor car, Newcastle’s road network was improved in the early part of the 20th century, beginning with the opening of the Redheugh road bridge in 1901 and the Tyne Bridge in 1928.
Efforts to preserve the city’s historic past were evident as long ago as 1934, when the Museum of Science and Industry opened,as did the John G Joicey Museum in the same year.