Access Control & CCTV

Access Control & CCTV


Our access control systems are designed for both large and small premises. Whether you require a single door application or an integrated IP system, we have the solution.

We are proud of the reliability and quality of our products and are dedicated to continually designing and developing CCTV and access control systems which are innovative and meet our customer’s needs.

Door entry
Locks and keys allow you to secure your building, but when keys are lost or stolen, the inconvenience and expense of changing locks and re-issuing keys can be considerable. Keys may also be copied, creating even more security risks. That’s where access control provides security by giving flexible control over who is allowed to enter a building and where.

The systems we install will keep your buildings, staff and assets secure. From a single door up to multiple doors (possibly across multiple sites), we have a solution to suit your requirements.

Asset protection
All businesses have assets that need to be protected from theft. There is also the issue of protecting staff and their property. It is common in buildings that are secured by locks and keys for doors to be left unlocked all day. This opens up the possibility of opportunist theft and malicious damage.

Electronic access control provides the most efficient and convenient way of securing your building and assets. Tokens are issued to allow access through the controlled doors, and are easily deleted from the system if they are lost, stolen or just not returned by someone who leaves your company.

Premises need to be protected, as do residents and staff. CCTV systems can provide the solution for both. CCTV systems can be basic or highly complex. The varied nature of these systems and their capabilities means that the design of a system is highly critical to its success.

In order to ensure that the correct equipment is selected to give the right level of protection our surveyors will provide a comprehensive System Design Proposal. This is the first stage to answering the problem.

* CCTV with static or, fully functional pan, tilt and zoom cameras can be integrated with Access control digital keypads, proximity or biometric readers to provide an integrated system.
* A wireless option can also be an advantage for premises where some areas of the building are difficult to reach with cables. This can be a complete wireless system or a combination of both wired and wirefree.
* Remote video surveillance can be achieved so that verified intruder alarms can be passed to the police.

As a company we follow the CCTV code of Practice which is part of the 1998 Data Protection Act. For further information please visit

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