Welcome to Brossard Safety and Security Mirrors
Safety in the home, auto and business is a primary concern of most people. While security systems can protect these places when they are not in use or during times when owners are away, security is sometimes needed during the light of day. Safety mirrors offer a bird's eye view of a given area when security systems are not a plausible solution.
Security mirrors are most commonly used by businesses to view areas of the store that may be out of the line of sight. These dome mirrors reflect from various angles making it easier to see what is happening in hidden aisles and corners. The dome security mirror can also be used in a warehouse or other business setting.
How to Use Security Mirrors
There are two common functions for dome mirrors. The first is the physical use to survey different areas of a business. When the dome security mirror is placed in the corner of a room where the roof joins with two walls, an entire average sized room can be viewed using one of the safety mirrors. The second is the use of dome mirrors to cover security cameras in a business setting.
Businesses commonly place security cameras within some of the dome mirrors while leaving others empty. The customers and patrons have no idea which security mirrors have cameras and theft is deterred. The use of dome mirrors is an effective way to keep theft to a minimum in a business setting. When using the safety mirrors to hide security cameras, the glass needs to be one way glass. This means the camera can see out of the dome while patrons cannot see in.
The Different Styles of Dome Mirrors
There are four different types of dome mirrors commonly used in business. These are the 360 Degree Hanging Dome, 360 Degree Drop In Dome, 180 Degree Half Dome and the 90 Degree Quarter Dome. The 360 Degree dome mirrors can be used anywhere on the ceiling of the room. The 180 Degree must be placed where wall meets wall or ceiling meets wall and a right angle is created. The 90 Degree dome can only be placed in the juncture of two walls and ceiling.
If the dome mirrors will be used outdoors, steel backing is required to stand the test of the elements. Any other type of material will need to be replaced more frequently due to potential rain, wind and temperature variation.
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