Access Control

Control access to your building. Door/card access control systems prevent unauthorized entry by allowing only card holders into restricted areas. Access control is necessary to deter potential risks and provide comprehensive documentation and monitoring of when and where people enter and exit a building.

Capital Fire & Security Inc. provides complete system design, installation, and service to all types of access systems. We have completed projects for simple single-door, and large multiple-site systems. We offer a lifetime warranty on proximity cards and readers.

  ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS
  Condoplex
  Kantech
  Keri Systems
  Keyscan
  RBH
 
  CARD TECHNOLOGY
  Proximity Cards
  Proximity Fobs
  Smart Cards
  Wireless Transmitters

Card access control systems, together with the use of intercom entry, remote access, and wireless garage door entry systems, protect your residents and their property from intruders. Gate/garage access is also an important component of high-rise security, helping to prevent unauthorized access and providing peace of mind for residents and visitors.

  BENEFITS OF ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS
  Prevent people from entering secure areas without authorization
  Document entry/exit times, providing clear auditing capabilities
  Provide a safer, more secure environment for tenants
  Provide authorized tenants with building access when the building is locked
  Eliminate the cost of re-keying locks when a tenant leaves
  Can be networked to provide remote access management
  Offers centralized lock-down capabilities

Capital Fire & Security Inc. will help you understand your access control requirements and help you select the solution that is best for you. With so many solutions available, let our knowledgeable specialists help identify your needs, restrictions, and priorities before selecting or designing a system.

  IMPORTANT ACCESS CONTROL CONSIDERATIONS
  Location and number of sites
  Number of areas and points to be controlled
  Building layout
  Number and turnover of residents
  Number of visitors and their unique access privileges
  Internal system management
  Future building growth
  Required security levels
  Integration with additional technology (such as video surveillance)