We work hard to make the places we work and live clean, neat, and safe. From hours spent in building, maintenance, and simply paying the bills, our buildings are a significant investment. We want them to be safe.
A simple way to keep your property safe and free from vandalism and break-ins is to provide adequate lighting.
How does lighting work to keep your buildings safer?
Crime is less likely to happen in a well-lit space because criminals do not want to get caught. By providing lighting at the space, you send a message that the building is protected and a criminal is more likely to get caught at that location.
You don’t have to have perfect security, you just need to make your location less attractive to criminals than other spaces around it.
One reason to light an outdoor space is because it expands who is able to tell if something is happening at your location. A person passing by who sees someone attempting to pry a door open can act as a form of security. People who live a block or two away, or a half mile or more, can see if something suspicious is happening beside a well-lit door.
Lighting increases quality of video footage
Finally, even if a criminal breaks through the mental barrier to attacking a well-lit place. And then if they escape detection from neighbors who can see the space from a long way away, there is still another way that quality lighting helps protect your investment.
A well-lit criminal is easier to identify on security video. Your expensive video cameras are only as good as the lighting they have to work with. Even the crispest color camera and monitor is useless when filming in a pitch black environment.
Give your security camera the quality shot it needs by providing lighting around your biggest investments.
So to keep your investment safe, clean, and beautiful, install quality lighting today. And because the best lighting is installed professionally at a distance where a criminal cannot reach it, you will benefit from calling a professional electrician to plan this installation.
Our experienced professionals can help you decide the best places to put lights, and then make sure they turn on when you need them and protect your most valuable investment.
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