Fixed and Temporary CCTV Installation
CCTV has become a mainstay in security protection and is utilised by businesses throughout Scotland as a key tool to remain vigilant and safe while deterring criminals seeking an easy target.
The Clearway team supplies and fits a broad range of temporary CCTV solutions, each suited to a different site, location, or critical risk. Our CCTV options span mobile surveillance units, independent mobile CCTV towers, and fixed video-verified alarms with discrete monitoring and high-quality, real-time recording capacity.
We specialise in advanced CCTV installation that can run autonomously of mains power or connectivity. These solutions transmit live-streamed footage to our accredited NSI Gold Standard Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) for a swift resolution no matter how vast or remote your premises may be.
Contact our temporary CCTV specialists today
To learn more about our temporary CCTV solutions, contact Clearway Scotland on 0141 611 7812 or email us at email@example.com. View our full range of vacant property security services here.
Temporary CCTV Solutions - Frequently Asked Questions
What Happens when my CCTV or Alarm is Activated?
When your inView CCTV solutions are installed, the Clearway ARC immediately begins managing your site surveillance. If an alarm is activated, the response will depend on your chosen security protocols and identification of the cause of the activation to decide on the appropriate action.
Can I Watch Real-Time CCTV From my Cameras?
You certainly can; inView CCTV from Clearway enables clients in Scotland to view real-time CCTV through an app, on any compatible mobile device. This also offers the option to control and direct your CCTV remotely.
Does the Monitoring Centre Only Deal with Intruder Alerts?
No, the Clearway ARC team deals with every aspect of alarm activations and CCTV alerts. That includes fire alarms, smoke sensors, motion sensors or any other kind of alarm system activation.
When an alarm is activated or CCTV footage collected, the response team will determine the correct response dependent on the severity of the incident, and your defined safety protocols.