Having a fire alarm system has a lot of benefits for homeowners and business owners. It can notify people when there’s a fire, help them evacuate, and can also prevent the situation from escalating. There is no doubt that having a fire alarm system on your home or commercial property will save lives. This is also needed for commercial properties to stay code-compliant.
As your first layer of security, your perimeter can be made more secure with a sturdy gate that can be opened via a key fob, mobile app, or entering a 5 digit code into the access panel.
We’ve installed this swig gate with ease of use in mind. You may exit without stopping your vehicle, but if your vehicle stops in the middle of the gate, there are underground detection systems which prevent the gate from closing on your vehicle.
When thinking about the different layers of security that impact the security of your commercial property a gate is the outermost layer and is an investment that will deter unwanted entry to your property.
Our team of gate installation experts installed multiple gates at the Ottawa Shooting Club in Northern Ohio. This security gate is equipped with keypad (or fob) entry, intercom connectivity to the office, gate access via mobile app, free-egress passage, and safety features that prevent the gate from closing/harming humans or vehicles.
Gone are the days of being greeted by a friendly receptionist. Today we must protect our business not only from unsolicited visitors but also from the threat of disease. Not only should your visitors and employees wear masks, but also have temperatures checked before entering your building.
Save hours and keep your staff safe with biometric kiosks. These devices can keep doors locked if a fever is detected and/or a mask is not worn.