Access Control Systems

All businesses, large or small, have assets that need to be protected from theft. Staff also need to feel that they are safe while at work. In many buildings, the possibility of opportunist theft and malicious damage can become an issue as many doors can be left unlocked during the entire working day.

Electronic access control is the most efficient and convenient way of securing your building and assets on a day-to-day basis.

Access control can offer flexible control over users’ access rights. For example, all staff can gain access through the main door of a building, but they can be restricted in terms of their access to certain rooms or areas which they need entry to. They can also be restricted access during specified time windows.

Our access control solutions range from proximity entry to intelligent keys. We are adept at all access control systems and have installed systems that range in size from multi-floor corporate systems to single keypad access for remote entry to security doors. A customer’s requirements and subsequent system depend on the access control risks that their home or business faces.

By providing a fully-integrated, centralised and networked access control solution, accountability is now achievable on an organisation-wide scale. This fact has changed the way that home and business owners feel about securing their properties by fully utilising modern, user-friendly access control systems.

All of our installed access control systems are accompanied by powerful and easy-to-use software, advanced controllers, impressive readers and flexible ID options. The products we install are powerful enough to meet the needs of even the most demanding applications, yet affordable enough to meet the budget requirements of any organisation.

We source many different types of Access Control equipment from our suppliers, but we specialise in a few select brands, including; Paxton, Comelit and BPT. We also offer maintenance agreements on all of our installed Access Control systems as well as existing ones, to ensure a system’s correct operation for years to come.