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Why Choose "UseThatCam"

There’s no substitute for pride when it comes to offering exceptional service. For Use That Cam, keeping clients safe and sound is a profoundly rewarding experience. By providing that technology with the utmost professionalism and careful attention to detail, Use That Cam makes the world a safer, faster and more peaceful place. That, after all, is the company’s primary objective. Conclusion: Use That Cam LLC Is a Premier Network Cabling Provider With high-quality products, exceptional customer service, and a commitment to excellence, Use That Cam is the go-to option for network cabling and security systems in the Atlanta area. There’s a reason reviewers use Google to rave about the knowledge and professionalism of the company's technicians. Countless Georgians are glad they contacted Use That Cam. With a simple phone call, you can become the next happy customer.

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Data Network Cabling & Wiring

Usethatcam Atlanta offers a one source solution for your structured cabling needs. Our approach is to first assess your existing and future network requirements, then to work with you to implement the best solution at the best price: on time, and on budget. Throughout the process our installers and contractors will ensure the highest quality service and will strive to exceed your expectations at every step of the way. Our services include but are not limited to:

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 resembles a bullet, the recognisable camera may prevent intruders and encourage them to choose an unprotected location. Bullet cameras, which are typically mounted on a wall or ceiling, have a glare and weather shield that allows them to be used both indoors and outdoors. You can get a bullet camera that takes photos at night and detects heat and motion as well. A bullet camera is compatible with both analog or PoE systems.

Dome Camera

Dome cameras, which are more commonly used on indoor walls and ceilings than on outdoor locations, have a more difficult-to-identify shape than bullet cameras. They can monitor a larger area with a wider viewing angle than the long, cylindrical shape can. Dome cameras, like bullet cameras, have night vision technology and can activate in response to heat and motion. They are compatible with CCTV and PoE systems.

Understanding the Installation Process

Our professionally trained installation teams handle the majority of the work of installing a residential security system in the attic, which can get extremely hot in Atlanta, Alpharetta, Marietta, and surrounding towns. You can rely on our skill and expertise to install a comprehensive surveillance system that protects your property from intruders.

Commercial Installation

For Commercial buildings, we install weatherproof cameras at each point of entry and in locations that can monitor the grounds and perimeters of a building. Our security camera installation process focuses on parking garages as well as exterior parking lots. We install cameras inside your building in areas where people congregate and there is a risk of security violations. The main lobby requires a camera to provide visibility of employee and visitor traffic, and all points of service require coverage as well.

We install cameras along the main corridors of your building and in work spaces such as cubicle clusters where groups of employees can often work. A camera installation is also required in the employee cafeteria or break room to help provide overall security. Our teams ensure that your surveillance system is compatible with your LAN network, and we welcome the participation of your information technology staff in the smooth operation of a dynamic surveillance system.

Home Installation

An exterior security camera installation involves mounting your equipment in locations we recommend for the best views of any activity that may occur around your home. Our expert installers locate the outer edge of the roof where each exterior security camera's Cat6 cable can enter your home. A "homerun" allows all cables to terminate at a low-voltage receptacle that connects to your networkable video recorder after our team drills holes for them and routes them to an interior wall (NVR).