Before your security cameras installation, consider where you want each camera placed. At Fort Knox Security, we can help you determine which areas are most suitable for your security camera placement. Here are eight places you can install your security cameras on your property: 

1. Entrances and Exits

The primary access points to your home are the first areas to consider when installing security cameras. A camera positioned at the front door can allow you to monitor who is entering and leaving. This can be useful for tracking package deliveries and deterring potential intruders. You can also consider placing cameras near the back doors and the garage entrance to cover all possible entry points.

Installing cameras at entrances can enhance security and provide valuable footage in case of any suspicious activities or unexpected visitors. With smart home automation integration, you can receive real-time alerts on your smartphone, allowing you to take immediate action if needed.

2. Perimeter of the Property

Installing security cameras along the perimeter of your property can provide a comprehensive view of the surroundings. This can include fences, gates, and pathways leading to your home. A well-monitored perimeter may act as a deterrent. This may help reduce the likelihood of potential intruders from approaching in the first place. Consider using weather-resistant cameras with night vision capabilities to help make sure you have ongoing surveillance, regardless of the time of day or weather conditions.

3. Backyard and Outdoor Living Spaces

These areas can be vulnerable points of entry and are also spaces where valuable items like grills, patio furniture, and bicycles are stored. Consider installing cameras overlooking your backyard or outdoor living spaces, as they can help safeguard your belongings and provide a visual record of any outdoor activities. This can also be useful for monitoring children playing, identifying wildlife, or even capturing unexpected events like accidents or trespassing.

4. Windows and Glass Doors

Windows and glass doors are potential weak points in your home’s security. Intruders may attempt to gain entry by breaking windows or smashing glass doors. Placing security cameras near these vulnerable points can act as a deterrent and provide evidence during a break-in. Consider using cameras equipped with motion sensors for these areas. This way, you’ll receive alerts if there is any suspicious activity around your windows or glass doors.

5. Common Areas and Hallways Inside Your Home

Placing cameras in common areas, such as the living room, kitchen, and hallways, provides an extra layer of security. In the event of a break-in, these cameras can capture valuable footage of the intruders’ movements within your home. They can also be useful for keeping an eye on children and pets or monitoring the activities of household staff. Make sure that these cameras respect privacy and are only placed in appropriate, non-private areas.

6. Home Office or Study

A dedicated security camera in your home office or study area is beneficial for those who work or study from home. This can help make sure that you have security for key documents, equipment, and personal items. With the ability to access live camera feeds through a mobile app, you can keep an eye on your home office at any time. This feature can be valuable for those individuals who travel frequently or spend extended periods away from home.

7. Basement and Attic Entrances

Basements and attics are often overlooked but can be potential entry points for intruders. You can make sure you have comprehensive coverage by installing security cameras near these entrances. This can be helpful if these spaces are accessible from the outside. Cameras in these areas can also be beneficial for monitoring environmental factors like leaks or flooding.

8. Vehicle Parking Areas

Consider installing cameras to monitor vehicles if you have a driveway or designated parking area. This can protect your vehicles from theft or vandalism and provide additional property security. With our smart security system, you can receive alerts if there is any suspicious activity around your vehicles.

Schedule Your Security Cameras Installation Today

At Fort Knox Security, we offer indoor, outdoor, and video doorbell cameras for you to place in areas where you might need more security. You can place your security cameras in areas like entrances and exits, home offices, windows or glass doors, and more. Contact us today to learn more about how our security cameras can help enhance your home security.