Surveillance Technology, Inc frequently receives calls from communities with concerns about their flowerbeds. As unlikely as it may seem to call a surveillance specialist about your landscaping, repeated damage to flowers and shrubbery can be costly for property owners. Surveillance Technology recently provided surveillance solutions for Reserve at Golden Acres in New Port Richey, FL. The existing analog system was replaced with a Hi Def DVR accompanied by four broad-view 2.7-13mm 5 megapixel cameras with motorized autofocus zoom lenses and 180' of laser night vision, offering 360 degree views of the main entrance. There are additional cameras capturing the license plates of all vehicles entering and leaving the community. To address the recurring damage to the landscaping, two long-range high resolution cameras have been trained on the flowerbeds. The 5 – 50 mm lenses provide quality images from 200 feet away, eliminating the need to trench and run additional cable for the desired view. This strategic surveillance coverage offers the Reserve @ Golden Acres community a clear view into all activities at their entrance – from visitor license plates to your garden variety mischief.