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Hi guys! Hope everyone is well and enjoying the Christmas break! Firstly can I say thank you so much for providing me with great answers for some of my questions as I don't have many friends working in the CCTV sector it's great I have access to such a good forum.

So I have another questions yet again which is that we mainly do installations for supermarkets and shops but not many restaurants and homes, and wanted to ask how people go about installing cameras on plastered walls and ceilings where fishing and wiring walls is a nuisance?

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Conduit?

If done right it looks ok.

Sparks get away with running it. Make sure your spec is right and when job is signed for you have it in writing.

As a cctv engineer, I love it and wherever I go I'm always intrigued in how engineers have installed cctv in plastered walls and ceilings but I don't know whether they have installed it before or after it was plastered, what do you think?

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depending on how low down the wall the camera is mounted, if the place has a false ceiling you can do a diagonal hole up into the wall from the camera location, then one down from above the ceiling, and then fish the wire through.

takes a lot of practise to get it right, but is a good technique once you've got it.

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