When it comes to the protection and safety of residents with housing associations, access audio control is a must. There is a constant flow of visitors, service providers and residents needing to get around the property. These people need to get to different parts of the building at different times of the day and night. Whether your housing association is typically low-rise or high-rise, access audio control and video entry will really help. They are essential for developing two-way communications.
Here at Jensen Security and Fire Systems we can install access audio control or video entry systems within your housing association. In addition to this, we can maintain existing access audio control or video entry systems.
Our housing association access audio control or video entry systems engineers have an in-depth understanding of door entry systems. This means that we can provide bespoke intercom systems that meet your unique needs. We can also include inclusive components for disabled and elderly users too. The access audio control or video entry systems in your housing association can be hard wired or 4G GSM to suit any building type.
We believe that one of the most important aspects of any housing association door entry systems is the entrance. This is because it is the first point of contact with the building for visitors and residents alike. Our access audio control or video entry systems engineers can visit your premises and take the time to understand your access needs. Based on this, they can recommend, plan and install the right access audio control or video entry systems for your needs.
All of our access audio control or video entry systems can be customised to meet your requirements. Our access control engineers will develop your door entry systems exactly as you want them. This includes the look, size and style – as well as the level of security they offer.
Looking to improve or maintain your door access control for the housing association properties? Call our team of access audio control or video entry systems engineers now.