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How to Choose the Best Home Security Camera

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How to Choose the Best Home Security Camera 

Choosing the right home security camera is very important to ensure your home and family is protected at all times. In addition to safety and affordability, there are several factors to consider when deciding on what to install, including the location of the camera, the resolution, size, storage, if it is wired or wireless, and more. In this blog, Moore Protection goes into detail about each of these factors to help you with the decision-making process. 

Determine Location 

Location, location, location! Do you want to invest in outdoor security cameras, indoor security cameras, or both? Homeowners may want to monitor near their front door, yard, side of their home, garage, and backyard. Indoor security cameras may be placed in hallways, in a nursery, and common living spaces. For outdoor cameras, it is important to make sure that they can withstand weather conditions. 

Look at Resolution 

Quality resolution is essential for being able to monitor more clearly. Whether you’re considering 1080p or are interested in a more high definition camera with 4K, it is important to make a decision based on your preferences. 

Consider Camera Size 

There are different types of home security cameras that are available in different sizes. At Moore Protection, we offer CCTV cameras, bullet cameras, covert cameras, dome cameras, high definition cameras, and night vision cameras. You need to decide if you want your camera to be smaller in order to be more discrete or if you prefer them to be visible. 

View Storage Options

When the camera is recording footage, where is it stored? Storage typically consists of local and cloud. Local footage can be recorded onto a hard drive or memory card. The cloud stores footage on a server. 

Wired or Wireless 

Lastly, you have to determine whether you want to install wired or wireless home security cameras. Wired home security cameras are connected to a power source and the internet. They are more difficult to install than wireless cameras, which use Wi-Fi to connect. Wireless cameras are typically battery-operated, so it is important to know when to recharge or replace the battery. 

Schedule a Free Security Consultation to Choose the Best Home Security Camera 

If you are ready to install a home security camera or are interested in learning more, schedule a free consultation with the professional team at Moore Protection! It is our priority to protect our clients to the highest degree and make sure all of their security needs are met. We are knowledgeable when it comes to neighborhood crime trends and should any changes in crime patterns pertain to you and your family, you will be the first to know. In addition to home security cameras, we offer a selection of other home security systems including home alarm systems, home video surveillance, home security monitoring, portable security systems, and remote home monitoring. 


When your lifestyle demands more than minimal security, you need Moore Protection! We take pride in the quality of our service and it is a direct result of the experience and perspective of our team. Our security experts want to ensure your family’s safety for years to come and we look forward to helping you with what we do best.

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