Your Trusted Partner for Residential Security Systems in Orlando
Why 24/7 Security Monitoring Matters?
Orlando’s Most Reliable Partner in Security
State-of-the-art Security Technology
Modifiable To Your Specific Requirements (Security Customization)
Video in High Definition
Artificial Intelligence in Your Security System
Monitor Your Property From Anywhere (Remote View)
Warranty on Security System Installation
No Hidden Monthly Fee/Payments
Save on Insurance
Investing in a residential security system in Orlando can also save you money on insurance premiums. Many insurance companies offer significant discounts to homeowners who have a professionally installed video security system making the investment worthwhile and sensible.
Don’t wait until it’s too late: it’s better to stay safe than regret later after an unforeseeable event. Contact Wetter Solutions today to schedule a consultation and protect your home, family, and valuable possessions in Orlando with our reliable residential security system. Allow us to make you feel safer.
Where would Security cameras be placed?
In contrast to popular belief, windows are not the only targeted access points for theft. In fact, most burglaries actually happen through a home’s front door. So it is absolutely vital to have high resolution, preferably varifocal, security cameras installed with a view of the front door of your residence. Why varifocal? Without getting into too much technical jargon, you can change the focal length and field of view on varifocal cameras, which enables you to get a wider view of your property when needed that not only covers the front door but also the windows in the front of the property.
Vandal-resistant cameras are also an important feature in residential security systems if the camera in question can be accessed easily by someone trying to break into your home. Try as a thief or burglar may, these cameras are much more sturdier and cannot be damaged or tampered with. It is also good practice to have supplementary cameras near the front door to get a secured view of first floor windows which is also commonly used as an access point to break in.