We do hundreds of camera installs each year in the beautiful warm weather of Georgia so when one of my national customers offered us projects at their other branches across the company, we jumped at the opportunity. However, now it's time to schedule the installs and I realized it may be freezing cold and even snowing in some of these locations. As you know, we rarely have snow in GA and when we do, we shut down the city over 1/2 an inch. I remember it got down to 20 degrees one day and my guys couldn't last longer than 5 minutes without stopping from frozen hands. Please don't laugh but we are not built for cold. LOL. I was planning to send crews on the road to complete the installs. Each location has only 12-14 outdoor cameras but I was wondering how you northern installers handle the winter installs. Any tips? What temperature would you consider too low to do an installation? In GA we only cancel installs for heavy rain. We rarely have any other weather related issues. Any help would be much appreciated.