How to Start a CCTV Installation Business

Surveillance through CCVT cameras amidst growing security needs has become a necessity to curb intruders. People have found a great deal of success in tracing robbers, murders, and other criminals after using CCTV cameras in their homes, commercial establishments, and even at public places. All you need to run a CCTV installation business include learning installation skills, know your clients, write a business plan, acquire a license, and do networking to grow your business.  

Learn to install


If you know the adroit way of installing CCTV cameras, then you are a perfect person for launching your own CCTV installation business. Consider these six steps:

1. Asses your project

First of all, you will have to asses the worth of your proposed project. What I want to tell you is that you should evaluate if starting a CCTV installation business proves profitable. How you can find that is by knowing the size of people who need your service and contacting people who’re already in the trade etc

2. Create a business plan

Do keep in your mind that future is uncertain. So write down your business plan carefully to eliminate the risk of uncertainties that may make appearance anytime in future. A business plan is a map that lets you successfully land on your business goals if followed correctly. Include realistic information about your market you intend rendering your services for, requirements of costs, tools, marketing plan etc

3. Get licensed

Get properly licensed to portray your business as an authentic one to your potential customers and to keep yourself away from the legal troubles.

4. Networking

Network with your local CCTV retailers because you could earn commission while directing your customers towards them.

5. Communication

Research out which communication channel proves effective in conveying and igniting demand in your target market.

6. Provide delightful service

Deliver what you are expected by your customers, charge fairly to curb your competitors and keep patience to reap benefits in long run.