Taylor Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Newcastle-upon-Tyne

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We are more than capable of installing the most complex CCTV systems at Taylor Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Only the latest technology is used to ensure we provide the best possible system. As we are a local company we can provide you with same day or next day service. 

Originally it was only business properties who installed CCTV systems. Whereas now a lot of people also install them in their homes as well. We use our knowledge and expertise to provide you with a top-quality system.

Upgrade your security system 

At Taylor Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Newcastle-upon-Tyne we provide both digital and analogue systems. We also offer our services to both commercial and domestic properties in the area. 

To ensure we provide you with much more than a basic system we only use the most advanced software and technology. Our systems include facial recognition, number plate recognition, panoramic lens, explosion-proof cameras and DarkFighter night vision. 

All our systems at Taylor Alarm and CCTV Maintenance Newcastle-upon-Tyne are tailored specifically to you. Therefore ensuring we meet all of your security requirements. Thanks to our amazing service and competitive prices our customer satisfaction rate is second to none. 

Additional features on our CCTV system

We have a range of additional features available to provide you with extra protection and peace of mind. For instance our app which provides remote viewing access from anywhere in the world. You can download the app across all IOS and Android devices. Thus allowing you to use your phone, laptop, tablet or PC to monitor and store live recordings. Providing you with a stream of live footage and 4K UHD resolution.

Call Taylor Alarm and CCTV Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Whatever your needs please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We are always more 

You can give us a call on 01915002312.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne music

Newcastle’s vernacular music was a mixture of Northumbrian folk music and nineteenth-century songs with dialect lyrics, by writers such as George “Geordie” Ridley, whose songs include one which became an unofficial Tyneside national anthem, Blaydon Races.

The 1960s saw the internationally successful rock group The Animals emerge from Newcastle night spots such as Club A-Go-Go on Percy Street. Other well-known acts with connections to the city include Sting, Bryan Ferry,Dire Straits and more recently Maxïmo Park.There is also a thriving underground music scene that encompasses a variety of styles, including drum and bass, doom metal and post-rock.







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