High-Tech Security Systems offers a wide range security solutions. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff can meet with you at your location, or here at our office in Los Angeles, CA. We specialize in all types of Closed Circuit Television or CCTV solutions, but we also offer alarm systems and access control solutions. We have installed hundreds of security camera systems for various clients, all around southern California and out of state. From small homes, “Nanny Cams” and apartments units, to hotels, apartment complexes and community centers.
Our Licensed Security Camera Installers are experienced, knowledgeable and professional. Our CCTV Installers will show up on time and install a security system for you in a timely manner with minimal disturbance to your day to day operations.
We are a professional company and have been in business since 1989, we offer free 24x7 tech support and provide outstanding customer service.
We offer a wide range of security solutions; from the standard analog cameras you typically see, to IP camera digital systems, wireless solutions and industrial security cameras which are becoming increasingly popular. All systems can be configured to be viewed and controlled remotely.
We know any security issue can be scary and unfamiliar, which is why our primary concern is to address the underlying issue, resolve it as quickly and as efficiently as possible, then to prevent it from happening again or from ever occurring.
Who do we serve?
- Apartment Complex
- Government Agencies
- Medical Offices
- Community Centers
- Restaurants & Bars
- Office Buildings
- Shipping Centers
- Manufacturing & Industrial
Why install a CCTV System?
To protect yourself, your family and your business. We always recommend in getting a CCTV system before any incident occurs, not after the fact. Prevention is the key in having a secure and safe environment. Just having a working and visible CCTV system is a huge deterrent. Some common reasons for installing a CCTV system are the following: Safety for you and your loved ones, control even when you are not present, employee theft, false accident claims, and deterrent for criminals… There was a case study done at the University of Florida in 2005 geared towards retails, which states that 47% of inventory loss is due to employee theft, which translates to approximately $17 Billion in losses.