SeeView Security Fairfax, VA

SeeView Security, Inc. was formed in 2009 to purchase the Electronic Security Division ("ESD") of Lord& Company Technologies. As a result of the customers and expertise acquired in the ESD transaction, Seeview provided a variety of services including installation, monitoring and maintenance of burglar alarms, access control systems, surveillance cameras, security gates and locks. Although still a relatively new company, SeeView had broad experience and high quality customers.

We don't try to be everything to everybody. We are a premium provider of security camera, access control and broadband wireless systems and we think that we do a pretty good job of it. Our licensed professionals have extensive industry experience and we continually provide training in an effort to keep our people sharp and current. We work with some of the premium name manufacturers in the world and partner with some of the most respected names in the DC area.

Probably equally important is what knowing what we don't do. We probably turn away as much business as we accept. We don't turn away business because we are lazy. We do it because we want to offer the customer the best possible price/performance solution and overall experience. Inside our core competencies, we have learned that we can deliver on our goal consistently. Outside our core competencies, there are probably better answers than us. So rather than trying to expend our business by expanding our breadth of offering, we are expending it by being experts in what we do and gaining more of the market in our area, which results in even greater expertise to the benefit of all of our customers.
  • Access Control
  • Alarm Monitoring
  • Burglar Alarms
  • Business Security
  • Design
  • Installation
  • Video Surveillance
Contact Information
Website
Phone Number (703) 825-5822
City Fairfax, VA
Zip Code 22030
Address 3959 Pender Dr
Products and Services
If you read about our Mega-Pixel IP cameras, you know that just like your personal digital camera, surveillance cameras are enjoying an incredible increase in resolution. That is very good news but it also means that for all that video to be recorded and managed, it must be transported somewhere. The typical solution is to hook the cameras up to the Network Video Recorder (NVR) through CAT 5 cables. Generally, this is a good cost effective solution but as Mega-Pixel IP camera deployments grow in scale, increasingly, the network requirement exceed the capabilities of wired solutions.
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