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Are you looking for controlled access to prevent unauthorized people coming into your building during regular hours? If so, a controlled access system can be a time and money saving device. With many different controlled access solutions available, every business owner will be able to find one that meets their needs for safety and security as well as their budgetary requirements.
Some businesses need to maintain strict controls over who is able to get inside. With these systems, all visitors are considered unauthorized until their entry is approved. A person who wants to come inside must be buzzed in by a person working inside the building. The personnel inside are able to see who is at the door by using a video security system and a remote or real time monitor. Check cashing services, jewelers, gas stations and convenience stores may utilize this type of system. Many school districts are also using these systems to improve their security.
Card swiping systems allow staff members to use their badges to gain access to a building’s front door. These systems are also great solutions if you want to have limited access to areas within the building as well. Businesses such as hospitals, retail stores and banks make use of these systems. If an employee no longer works at the establishment, the corresponding card can be immediately deactivated. Cards can also be deactivated if lost or stolen.
Punch code access systems are used by businesses such as daycare centers who only want to allow certain individuals to come inside the building. These systems can be included with security cameras and a call pad so that individuals who do not have an access code can be viewed and helped or turned away as needed.
There are many types of access controls for your business so it is always best to get advice from a professional. Vortex Doors prides themselves in having fast, friendly service, with experienced technicians that have been trained at a proprietary state-of-the-art training center. For more information on access controls or any door for your business, contact Vortex Doors online or call 800-698-6783.
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