Fire alarms, domestic and commercial CCTV installation.

Protect your home or business with round-the-clock surveillance equipment. At Jack Jones Electrical Limited, we offer tailored installation and repair services for CCTV and fire alarm systems. We serve customers in Nottingham and the surrounding areas.

Keep your premises safe.

At Jack Jones Electrical Limited, we believe that installing CCTV and a fire alarm is the first step to safety. We can commission and install top-quality CCTV, intruder alarms and fire alarm systems for your property. Our expert team of commercial CCTV installation can also carry out repairs for your fire alarm system to have it functioning properly in no time. Rely on us for regular maintenance of your security systems. With over 7 years of experience, there is no job too big or too small for us.

local electrician doing commercial cctv installation

Choose our domestic & commercial  CCTV installation systems for:

Motion detection
Multi-channel playback
Input your alarms easily
High definition HDMI output
Find events or incidents quickly with instant detective

For affordable commercial CCTV installation or fire alarm system installation in Nottingham feel free to contact us.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do You Need Permission to Install CCTV Cameras? The Complete Guide
When it comes to installing CCTV cameras, you need to determine whether or not you require permission. No explicit consent is required to install a security camera in most cases, as they are classified as ‘domestic appliances’. However, there may be some instances where special permission is needed – for example, if you plan on installing a camera in a public place. It is always best to check with your local council or authority before proceeding with any installation.

Read our blog to find out more.

Do I Need To Be An Electrician To Install CCTV?
The simple answer to this question is no, you do not need to be an electrician to install CCTV. When it comes to home security cameras, anybody can set them up. In fact, most people will probably assume that CCTV is simply installed without any strategy or preparation. Most individuals who install CCTV in their houses do it largely to dissuade would-be burglars from trespassing on or breaking into their properties, which is entirely legal. This won’t always work out well, however.

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