Friendswood, TX Access Control
Is your business’s biggest challenge security-related?
Frequently asked questions
Yes, it is possible. This is because physical access control systems typically have the capability to read multiple types of cards. By using one card for multiple locations, you can reduce the number of individual cards that you need to carry. Additionally, you can often link your proximity card to other ID cards, such as your driver’s license or student ID. This allows you to use one card for both identification and access purposes.
The downside of using magnetic locks is that they can be susceptible to tampering and forced entry. If a door is forced open, the lock can be damaged or broken, which can render it useless. Additionally, if the power goes out, the locks will not work. This can be problematic in an emergency when people need to get out quickly. Magnetic locks are also typically more expensive than other types of physical access control systems. Let us help find the right solution for you. Call us today!
That depends on the type you need. Do you require a biometric reader? If so, that will increase the cost. Another cost consideration is the number of readers you need – more readers will mean a higher price tag. To reduce costs, you might want to consider installing the system yourself or hiring a local installer who is familiar with your area.
As for finding a high-performance system, look for one that has been tested and certified by an independent third party. This will give you peace of mind knowing that the system meets certain standards. Get in touch with us, our solutions a budget-friendly and the highest rated in Friendswood.