Security Camera Installation Service

Welcome to Galaxy one Security Camera Installation Service

Galaxy one specializes in professional Security Camera Installation for residential, commercial, and industrial settings. Committed to delivering top-quality products at competitive prices, along with unparalleled service, we stay ahead of industry trends and innovations. Customer satisfaction is our priority, and we maintain the highest standards in both workmanship and materials to ensure peace of mind and superior security for our clients.

Security Camera Types

Box Style Cameras
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The box-style camera is what most people think of when they think “security camera.” The most commonly-used security cameras, box-style cameras allow for great flexibility in lens customization. While they are used most frequently, box-style cameras are not the most attractive. You may consider this style for outdoor spaces or where style is not important in an indoor space.

Dome Security Cameras
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Dome-style cameras are another popular option and are more sleek and discreet than the box-style. Dome-style cameras can be used indoors and outdoors and are extremely durable against both severe weather and vandalism.

Pan Tilt Zoom Cameras
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Pan, tilt, and zoom, or PTZ cameras are a favorite among those looking for more advanced functionality. PTZ cameras can be adjusted for closer views, wide angles, or set to pan across a selected area. PTZ cameras can also integrate with computers or smartphones, and can be controlled via remote controls or remote software.

Bullet Style Cameras
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The bullet-style camera is a sleeker version of the box-style. A top choice for classic security purposes, the bullet-style can also be outfitted with infrared illuminators to improve surveillance in low-lit indoor or outdoor spaces.

Day and Night Security Cameras
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Similar to the bullet-style cameras, the day and night security cameras, as their name suggests, adjust according to the time of day. Using infrared features to function in low-lit areas, the day and night cameras automatically adjust their IR illuminators to provide the best quality no matter the time.

Thermal Cameras
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Thermal cameras are the best option for more rugged areas and extreme conditions. These cameras record the heat patterns of people and animals, thus picking out movement in storms, dense trees or plants, or hazy, smoky, foggy, or dusty conditions. Thermal cameras can be paired with regular security cameras for maximum security.

Should I Install Analog, IP, or CVI Security Cameras?


Analog cameras are the pioneers of the surveillance industry and are a low-cost, low-resolution security solution. While extremely affordable and easy to set up, analog cameras will likely be phased out as newer, better technology is developed.

  • Simple and affordable
  • Low maintenance
  • Network independent; will continue to record even if your network goes down
  • Very low resolution making it difficult to get quality evidence
  • Limited customization options


IP cameras are much higher resolution, allowing audio and video surveillance to be sent over a network, with IP addresses assigned to each camera. More technical in nature, IP camera systems will likely take more expertise to setup, and typically cost more than analog cameras.

  • Higher resolution to record fine details and to help with facial recognition
  • Web interface for each camera allows for greater customization
  • Configuration through the network
  • Ability to zoom in on recorded video
  • Greater wireless compatibility
  • More expensive than analog
  • Higher resolutions require more bandwidth, which may require you to bump up your network speeds and adjust traffic control mechanisms
  • Surveillance can go down if your network goes down


Composite Video Interface, or CVI, cameras combine the best features of both analog and IP cameras. If you have an existing analog system or are just starting your video surveillance journey, CVI cameras can be a decent compromise between IP and analog.

  • Simple and affordable
  • Can easily upgrade an analog system
  • High definition quality
  • Newer technology limits the selection of compatible cameras
  • Not as customizable as IP cameras
  • Cameras still require standard power cables unlike IP cameras that are powered via Ethernet

Where Do You Recommend Installing Security Cameras?

Placement of your security cameras is key to maximizing their role in your security plan. We recommend installing your security cameras in the following high-risk locations:

Exits and Entrances – Security cameras placed at the exits and entrances to your business will track not only who enters your business, but how long they stay. The exact placement near the entrance and exit is key as well. Try to install the camera near a sign or other eye-catching feature where most people will look as they enter or exit the building. This will increase the chance of capturing a full picture of each person’s face.

Points of Sale – Any place you have a cash register, you should install a camera as well. This will help in deterring theft from both customers and employees. Be sure to mount the camera no higher than 7 feet to avoid capturing only shots of the tops of people’s heads, and point the camera where the customer will stand.

Reception – Most reception areas in a business will be highly trafficked, therefore an ideal place for a camera installation. Concealing a camera within a frame, clock, sprinkler head, or smoke detector could make a reception security camera more efficient, but be sure to check with state laws regarding the legality of a concealed camera before doing so.

Exterior – Even if your business doesn’t keep anything of valuable outside, exterior security cameras can often be just as valuable as cameras placed inside. Exterior security cameras can monitor the parking lot, capture license plate numbers, or grab a shot of a thief’s face if the indoor camera misses it. Exterior cameras can also provide employees leaving late at night with peace of mind.

Warehouses – Warehouses are likely home to much of your valuable inventory, and thus a prime spot for theft. Deter loss at the hand of both external and internal thieves by mounting security cameras inside and outside your warehouse. Also, be sure to keep your warehouse well-lit for quality recordings and to deter shady activity from the get-go.

Secluded Areas – If an area around your business is secluded, chances are unsavory characters are going to pick up on that, making these spots popular for planning and carrying out theft. One common location is near a dumpster–an employee might throw away the stolen goods only to retrieve them later or send an accomplice for the retrieval. Security cameras present near a dumpster can deter this activity.