Raven Fire & Security help secure Nant Clwyd Hall Estates with a high resolution IP CCTV system using the advanced QVIS T4 NVR.
The historic core of Nant Clwyd is a late-C17 house. The house appears to have descended through the Thelwall family, by marriage, to the Kenrick family; R H Kenrick was the last owner, belonging to this family in the early C19. Of the original house from the Thelwall period, one wing remains, containing fine contemporary Wainscot made interiors.
The enlargement of the house followed in the period after 1843 when Nant Clwyd was bought by Richard Christopher Leyland, who was a partner in a Liverpool bank which had been founded by his great-uncle, Thomas Leyland. In 1857 the house was enlarged to the design of J K Colling, producing the south-east wing in an exterior style matching the original house except for the substitution of sash windows for mullion-and-transom windows. This part contains a nursery wing with fine plasterwork ceilings.
Business owner of Raven Fire & Security, Paul Raven has been installing CCTV for over 20 years and decided to trust the QVIS range of IP Cameras and Qvis T4 NVR for this prestigious project. The powerful processing power of the T4 technology allows it to record high definition video recordings in full realtime, ensuring that possessions and property are monitored effectively.
Brian Milnes from Qvis assisted Paul on this IP installation and the owners were amazed at the quality and service from Raven and Qvis.