TrueLook Announces Nationwide Installation Services

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – May 28, 2020  – Winston Salem-based construction camera provider TrueLook announced today it is making nationwide installation services available for all cameras and to all of its US customers.

As part of its full-service offering, TrueLook will provide installation services ranging from the basic installation of one camera, to more complex projects, such as those requiring utility pole placement or additional equipment.

“Whether through innovation or value-added services, we’re constantly trying to improve our customers’ experience,” said Roger Yarrow, TrueLook COO. “While no special expertise is needed to get a TrueLook camera mounted and running, some jobsite situations benefit from professional installation services. Additionally, some customers would just rather have us take the installation process off their hands for them, and we are happy to now be able to do that.”

Earlier this year, TrueLook launched new Intelligent Security features across its entire camera line, allowing customizable motion alerts for all users. 

About TrueLook

TrueLook is the only construction camera company to include live jobsite viewing, project time-lapsing, and Intelligent Security with every camera. TrueLook has pioneered new construction camera technologies for over 20 years, beginning with the world’s first Pan-Tilt-Zoom camera in 1995. Their cameras capture nearly 300,000 construction time-lapse photos every day across the U.S. and Canada and have delivered over two billion images to 100 million users. For more information, visit or call 833-TRUELOOK (833-878-3566).

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Allison Shaub

Allison is TrueLook’s Chief Marketing Officer. In her role, she is responsible for developing strategic marketing and communications programs that generate awareness and drive deeper customer engagement. She has over a decade of experience helping brands build and scale their marketing efforts. Outside of business hours she enjoys spending time with her husband and two fur children.

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