How to Design a Security System for a... Here at SCW, we have created several sample security floorplans of common scenarios to help you determine what you might need in a surveillance system. If you don't find enough inspiration here or just want some more specific assistance, we're happy to create a custom floorplan for you - just email us your floorplans and we'll work up a custom plan for you*. Please also sign and email this indemnification form so that we can share the finished product with you. Here's some common security scenarios and how you would create a security system for those areas: Homes 1. Front a Small House with a Flat Front This surveillance system covers the front of the house only and assumes a house less than 50 feet wide and a driveway less than 50 foot long. 2. Same Scenario as #1, but with a longer driveway This surveillance system covers the front of the house only and assumes a house less than 50 feet wide and a driveway less up to 100 foot long. More examples coming soon. 3. Same Scenario as #1, but with a more irregularly shaped structure This surveillance system covers the front and back of a house with a complex floorplan. Businesses 4. The Interior of a Business This surveillance system covers the a small corporate location, in this case a clubhouse for an apartment complex, but the principles are the same for nearly any interior space that is meant for office, home, or personal use. 5. The Common Areas of an Apartment Complex This surveillance system covers the parking lot and the stairwells of an apartment complex. 6. The Inside of a Simple Open-Space Warehouse This surveillance system covers the warehouse and the exterior entry points - assumes a warehouse without aisles. 7. The Inside of a Warehouse with Tall Shelves for Aisles and Loading Bays This surveillance system covers the aisles of a warehouse and the exterior entry points as well as a loading dock - assumes shelving units that you cannot see through. 8. A Large Retail Space This surveillance system covers the aisles of a large retail space - in this example a grocery store - but is applicable for anyone who has a cash register. 8. A Car Wash More complicated than you would think, a car wash need to be able to have great footage of all sizes of a car, both before and after it goes through the machine. 8. A Cannabis Grow Opp It is legal to grow Cannabis in Washington and Colorado, however Cannabis farms have stringent regulator requirements for their surveillance systems. More examples coming soon. *Free floorplan service includes one revision. After that you are free to make your own changes via our iPad app. There are no products matching the selection.