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Heritage Building CCTV System

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As the owner, curator or facilities manager of a heritage building or visitor attraction it is your priority to ensure the protection of the building and its contents.

The installation of a CCTV surveillance system means that from a single central monitoring point all areas of the building can be monitored and filmed. This acts as a significant deterrent against theft, break-ins and malicious damage.

Key Challenges

Due to their very nature, heritage buildings can be difficult to keep a close eye on. There are usually many corridors, cupboards, hidden corners and even secret passages!

Our Approach

We have experience of installing CCTV surveillance systems for heritage buildings and know how important it is to consider building aesthetics.

Working with you we will identify the most valuable assets or potential blind spots and specify a CCCTV system that will help you keep them under 24-hour surveillance.

We’ll also provide an ongoing CCTV system maintenance service to ensure your equipment is regularly inspected and that you remain compliant with all CCTV surveillance regulations.

Our Credentials
  • Quality assured company
  • Member of Constructionline
  • SSAIB certified
  • IFEDA member
  • BAFE certified
  • Safe Contractor approved
  • Distributor agreements with most major manufacturers
  • Fully qualified team of field based engineers offer 24-hour support 365 days a year

Some of the heritage and listed building we protect:

Tecserv is proud to have worked in association with English Heritage and National Trust. We protect museums, heritage buildings and listed properties of all sizes across the UK.

Some of the properties include: St Pauls Cathedral, Ampleforth College, Stowe School, Kenwood House, Eltham Palace, Jewel Tower, Wellington Arch, Apsley House and Coughton Hall.


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