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Home Security for D/FW Residents

Safety. Security. Peace of mind. These are important things that every homeowner deserves to have. When you think about how best to protect your home, family, and property, consider a professionally installed video security camera system with 24/7 monitoring. Today’s multi megapixel video security camera systems provide crystal clear video day or night, along with a wide range of convenient features that enable you to monitor and manage your cameras and video footage, whether you are at home or halfway around the world.

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The Importance of 24/7 Protection

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While criminals can break into a home at any time, most home break-ins actually happen during daylight hours, when most people are at work. But even when you're not home, your video security camera system is always working to keep an eye on your property, and to alert you and local first responders if an incident were to occur.


At SDS Security we offer reliable, affordable security camera systems with the latest technology and 24/7 monitoring, to keep DFW homeowners and their families safe.

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Across the US, there has been an increase in the number of home invasions and home burglaries. Strategically placed home security cameras and home video security systems can provide around-the-clock monitoring, and alert you if an intruder is trying to break into your home.

Front Door – The majority of thieves enter a home through the front door. Installing a security camera, with an unobstructed view of your front door, enables you to monitor visitors and activity.


  • Mounting the camera on the eaves of your roof on a single story or second story home, angled at the front door can provide coverage of the area.

  • A varifocal camera enables you to easily adjust the camera’s focal length and field of view.

  • Vandal-resistant security cameras provide protection against tampering and physical impact from thieves who may try to vandalize the camera to prevent being captured on video.


Back Door – Did you know that the back door is the second most popular area of entry for home burglaries? Installing a security camera with a clear view of the back door enables you to monitor this vulnerable entry point.


  • A vandal-resistant security camera can prevent tampering and provide protection against physical impact.

  • Make sure your back door security camera is unobstructed. Keep landscaping and shrubbery trimmed near back doors to ensure you capture any and all activity.

  • Vandal-resistant security cameras provide protection against tampering and physical impact from thieves who may try to vandalize the camera to prevent being captured on video.


Backyard – The backyard of your home is enticing for thieves to gain entry into your home, and steal high-ticket items from your property. Thieves can break-in and enter your home through backyard French doors or sliding glass patio doors.


  • Many thieves target backyards to steal lawn equipment, grills, recreational vehicles, and other items. Make sure you keep these items locked up and monitor the backyard and storage areas.

  • A high-resolution infrared camera (IR) camera can provide low light and nighttime surveillance capabilities.


Garage – Oftentimes thieves enter a home through an open or unlocked attached garage.


  • Always keep your garage door locked, even while you are home, and don’t keep your car in the driveway with the garage door opener inside, making it easy for a thief to enter your home.

  • Installing a video security camera with a clear view of the garage and driveway can help deter home break-ins and theft.

  • Motion detection recording can help you eliminate sifting through video footage where nothing is happening and reduce hard drive storage requirements.

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