If you’re looking to protect your property, deter crime, and keep a vigilant eye on your surroundings, CCTV is a great option for you.

We provide tailored CCTV packages that are designed to fit your specific needs. Our commitment to customisation ensures that you get exactly what you need to keep your property secure.

High-Quality Remote Access

Keeping an eye on your property doesn’t mean you have to be tied to a monitor in one location. With our CCTV systems, you’ll have high-quality remote access. You can view live feeds and access recordings from your smartphones, laptops, and tablets. This means that you’re never more than a click away from knowing your property is secure and safe.

Expertise That Matters

The presence of CCTV cameras is often enough to deter potential burglars. But should an incident occur, our systems are ready to capture the evidence. Whether it’s monitoring your home or business, our CCTV installations provide that extra layer of protection you need.

“Excellent company, would highly recommend – this company installed our CCTV and alarm system at the pub we have and we have never had any problems with the system and the after service is brilliant” 

Ruth Sims



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Frequently Asked Questions About CCTV Installation Services

To provide you with an accurate estimate and discuss your specific requirements, we invite you to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced security experts. During the consultation, we will assess your needs, survey your property, and tailor a CCTV solution that aligns with your budget and security goals.

As a general guideline, CCTV installation costs can range from £500 to £2,500 or more, depending on the scope of the project. Factors that influence pricing include the number of cameras, the type of cameras (analog or IP), the need for additional equipment such as DVRs or NVRs, and any special features like night vision or remote access.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us to schedule your consultation, and we’ll be happy to provide you with a detailed quote based on your specific requirements. Your security is our priority, and we look forward to helping you find the CCTV solution that fits your needs and budget.

Discover the ideal CCTV cameras for your home or business by booking a consultation with us today. Our experts will assess your unique needs, property layout, and security goals to recommend the perfect camera types, ensuring your peace of mind and safety. Don’t hesitate – schedule your consultation now.

Hiring a professional for CCTV installation offers numerous benefits. We have expertise in system design, ensuring cameras are strategically placed for maximum coverage. We possess technical knowledge to handle complex setups, integrating cameras, DVR/NVR, and remote access efficiently. We ensure the system’s reliability, reducing the risk of malfunctions. Moreover, they comply with legal and privacy regulations, protecting you from potential legal issues. DIY installations may lead to suboptimal performance, security vulnerabilities, and voided warranties. By choosing Titan, you invest in a reliable, customised, and compliant security solution, providing long-term peace of mind for your home or business.

When looking for a CCTV (Closed-Circuit Television) system, several key features should be considered to ensure it meets your security needs effectively:

  1. Resolution: Higher resolution cameras provide clearer and more detailed images. Look for at least 1080p (Full HD) or higher for sharp video quality.

  2. Night Vision: Cameras equipped with infrared (IR) LEDs for night vision allow for surveillance in low-light or dark conditions. Look for a good range for night vision capabilities.

  3. Field of View: Consider the camera’s field of view to ensure it covers the desired area. Some cameras offer wide-angle lenses for broader coverage.

  4. Motion Detection: Cameras with motion sensors can trigger recording or alerts when motion is detected, reducing unnecessary recording and storage.

  5. Remote Viewing: Ensure the CCTV system offers remote access through a mobile app or web browser, allowing you to view live footage and recorded videos from anywhere.

  6. Storage: Consider the storage capacity and type (e.g., hard drive, cloud storage) to accommodate your recording needs. Adequate storage ensures you don’t miss critical footage.

  7. Weather Resistance: For outdoor cameras, choose models designed to withstand the elements, including rain, snow, and extreme temperatures.

  8. Two-Way Audio: Some cameras have built-in microphones and speakers, enabling two-way communication, which can be useful for intercom purposes or deterring intruders.

  9. Pan, Tilt, and Zoom (PTZ): PTZ cameras allow remote control of the camera’s direction and zoom, offering greater flexibility in monitoring.

  10. Easy Installation: Look for systems with straightforward installation, or consider professional installation services if needed.

  11. Mobile Alerts: Ensure the system can send alerts to your smartphone or email when motion is detected or other predefined events occur.

  12. Privacy Features: If privacy is a concern, choose cameras with features like masking zones to exclude certain areas from recording.

  13. Power Source: Decide between wired and wireless cameras, considering power requirements and the convenience of each option.

  14. Integration: Some CCTV systems can integrate with other smart home devices or security systems for enhanced functionality.

It depends on the breadth of your project. Simple installations can be quite quick, a more complex multi-site system will take longer. Get in touch to discuss your project and we can give you an estimated timeframe specific to your requirements.

Regular maintenance for CCTV cameras includes cleaning lenses and housings, ensuring cables are intact, and checking for signs of wear or damage. Regular software updates are vital for optimal performance and security. Inspecting DVR/NVR storage capacity and backups is essential. Professional servicing annually can prevent potential issues and extend camera lifespan.

Yes, you can access your CCTV footage remotely on your smartphone or computer, provided your CCTV system is configured for remote access. Most modern CCTV systems offer this feature, allowing you to view live video feeds and access recorded footage from anywhere with an internet connection.

To do this, you typically need to install a dedicated mobile app or access a web portal provided by the manufacturer. You’ll also need to set up secure login credentials and ensure your system has the necessary network connectivity.

Remote access provides convenience and peace of mind, enabling you to monitor your property anytime, anywhere.

  1. Data Protection Laws: The UK is subject to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018. Under these laws, individuals have the right to know when and why their personal data is being collected, including through CCTV. Therefore, you must have a lawful basis for processing CCTV data, such as legitimate interests or consent.

  2. Notification: You are generally required to inform individuals that they are being recorded. This can typically be done through clear and visible signage in the areas covered by CCTV.

  3. Purpose Limitation: You should only use CCTV footage for the purposes for which it was originally collected, such as security or safety.

  4. Data Security: CCTV data must be stored securely to prevent unauthorized access or breaches. Encryption and access controls should be in place.

  5. Retention Period: You should establish a clear policy for how long you will retain CCTV footage. It should not be kept for longer than necessary.

  6. Individual Rights: People have rights under GDPR, such as the right to access their recorded data, request its deletion, or object to its processing.

  7. Impact Assessment: In some cases, you may need to conduct a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) to evaluate the potential risks to individuals’ privacy and take measures to mitigate them.

  8. Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO): You should be aware of and potentially register with the ICO, the UK’s data protection authority, if you are processing CCTV data.

  9. Use of Audio: If your CCTV system records audio as well as video, additional privacy considerations apply, and you may need consent to record conversations.


Fire Alarm Installation

Choosing Titan Security Installation for your fire alarm installation in Sheffield means investing in the safety and security of your property, with the confidence that you have a trusted partner dedicated to protecting what matters most to you.

Wired and Wireless Alarm Installations

Intruder alarms are often considered the first line of defence when it comes to security. Today, alarm systems have evolved, so you can have remote access, ensuring your home or workplace is safe and secure 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Access Control

Access control is a vital yet often overlooked security measure that plays a critical role in keeping your building or home safe. It enables you to control and monitor access, allowing entry to staff and visitors only when you desire.

Maintenance and Repairs

Regular maintenance of your security equipment not only ensures that your system is fully operational but also extends its lifespan, so that you can have peace of mind for years to come.