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Why Choose "UseThatCam"

When we launched our company five years ago, we envisioned the possibility to make home security products accessible to everyone for protection from intrusion. We still take that goal very seriously and confirm its importance every day. It drives us and motivates us to help you select the most affordable and effective products on the market. Our reputation rests on your satisfaction, and we stand ready to serve you with quality products, integrity, and a genuine concern for your welfare.

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Surveillance System

You have two main choices when you decide to protect your family and property through a surveillance system installation. Analog systems that you may know as CCTV sound familiar because companies have used them for many years, but newer Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) systems with IP Camera Installation have introduced significant advances. Your choice depends on which type serves you better, and we can help you decide which one to choose. Our excellent team of surveillance equipment experts can guide you through the complex characteristics of the different types of systems and make them easy to understand.

Analogue System

CCTV stands for “closed-circuit television,” and it uses coax as well as power cables to produce pictures in your surveillance system. Less expensive than PoE systems with internet protocol (IP) cameras, it gives you something to consider unless you need many locations. An analog camera may appeal to you for its simplicity and ability to send recordings to your digital video recorder where technology converts them into digital images and stores them for you to view. High definition analog has improved the quality and resolution of the earlier models of CCTV cameras.


In contrast to analog systems, digital IP systems can use standard network cabling such as Cat6 or 5e to send video images to the internet through a single cable. While more expensive than analog, IP equipment can contain multiple cameras in one unit and reduce the number of separate pieces of equipment that you need. The ease of IP camera installation offers some convenience as well. Your IP camera does not require power at an installation point because it needs only one cable for data and power. Capable of focusing from a remote location, it lets you zoom in on an object or intruder to get a good look. The resolution tends to be higher than analog can offer, and IP cameras can work as motion or smoke detectors and perform other tasks that analog cannot match.

Choosing a Camera

Popular cameras often resemble a bullet or a dome, and you can recognize them by their shape.

Bullet Camera

With a long, cylindrical shape that sort of resembles a bullet, the recognizable camera may discourage intruders and encourage them to choose a location that does not have protection. Usually located on a wall or ceiling, bullet cameras have a shield from glare and the weather that makes them appropriate for outdoor as well as indoor use. You can get a bullet camera that captures images at night and detects heat and motion as well. A bullet camera can work with analog or PoE systems.

Dome Camera

More often used on indoor walls and ceilings than on outdoor locations, dome cameras have a less easily recognized shape than bullet cameras. With a wider viewing angle, they can monitor more area than the long, cylindrical shape can cover. Like the bullet models, dome cameras come with night vision technology and can activate in response to heat and motion. They can work with CCTV and PoE systems.

Understanding the Installation Process

Our top-notch installation teams do most of the work of installing a residential security system in the attic, a place that can get blazing hot in Atlanta, Alpharetta, Marietta and neighboring towns. You can rely on our skill and expertise to provide an efficient and complete surveillance system installation that protects your property from intruders.

Commercial Installation

For commercial buildings, we install weatherproof cameras at each point of entry and at locations that can monitor a building’s grounds and perimeters. Our security camera installation procedure focuses on parking garages and exterior parking lots as well. Inside your building, we install cameras in areas where people gather and the potential for security violations exists. The main lobby needs a camera that can provide visibility of the traffic by employees and visitors, and all points of service require coverage as well.

We install cameras along the main corridors of your building and place them in work areas such as cubicle clusters where groups of employees may work. The employee cafeteria or break room requires a camera installation as well to help provide overall security. Our teams ensure the compatibility of your surveillance system with your LAN network, and we welcome the involvement of your information technology staff in the smooth operation of a dynamic system of surveillance.

Home Installation

An exterior security camera installation includes mounting your equipment in locations that we recommend for the most effective views of any activity that may occur around your home. Our team of expert installers locates the outer edge of the roof where the Cat6 cable from each exterior security camera can enter your home. After our team drills holes for the cables and routes them to an interior wall, a “homerun” allows all cables to terminate at a low-voltage receptacle that connects to your networkable video recorder (NVR).