Security camera systems are a valuable asset to your business. But, in a day and age when anyone can create a website and claim to be the best, how do you choose a company to install your security cameras? Ironically, the answer also lies on the internet. Today, we take a quick look at how to read online reviews to decide on a security company to help keep your business safe and sound.
Why Read Online Reviews
While one of the downsides to the internet is that people can make claims about anything, the bright side is that these are easily disputed. Online reviews can help you find out who installs the best security cameras, which companies are actually in Nashville, and how they treat their current and past clients.
Spend an hour on Google and search for “security camera systems in Nashville.” this will bring up several search results, and you can then put some time and energy into reading reviews for each. As you read through customer feedback, look for the following:
- Customers are consistently happy with the company
- Security camera products are high-quality and work well in all environments
- Customer service was there to answer concerns
- Pricing was fair and based on value
- Employees are called out by name with both positive comments and constructive criticism
- Whether or not customers would return
Outside Of Reviews
While reviews remain highly valuable, there are still plenty of other ways to find the right company to install your business’s security cameras. You can always ask friends, family, and colleagues who also run Nashville-based businesses. While it’s not always in good taste to ask about their vendors, most will not have any problem letting you know who installed their security system.
Another option is to contact a few companies to ask if you can have a demonstration of their security cameras. You’ll want to look for size, physical construction, and video quality. Your representative should also be able to answer any questions you have and point you in the right direction if you need further clarification they can’t provide. A quick tip: Steer clear of companies that refuse to offer details until you’ve paid them or signed a contract. Your security company should be transparent from beginning to end.
Finally, when you narrow down your selection, you should ask about their experience within your industry. If you have a large manufacturing area, for example, they should know things to look out for to secure otherwise hidden zones. If you own an auto dealership, they should have installed security cameras for similar businesses in the past.
By spending the time doing your research, you can avoid the expense and let down of hiring a security camera company that doesn’t deliver.
At Clear Link Systems, we offer a host of different security camera systems and have experience working with businesses throughout the Middle Tennessee area. Call us or visit our website today, and discover the power of top-tier security.