Electronic Hardware & Access Control Solutions
Gone is the age-old process of handing out (and documenting) hundreds of mechanical keys for your employees. Electronic hardware helps streamline your business operations by allowing multiple entry and exit options, establishing employee credentials, and creating locking schedules to ensure the highest level of safety, security, and convenience.
At Design Supply Doors, we work with commercial facilities and company integrators across a variety of industries to protect and preserve their most precious items: their employees and their business.
Using our many years of experience and our in-depth understanding of stringent International Building Codes, we help teams find the appropriate electronic access control systems for their specific business at the best price possible.
Types of Electronic Locks & Hardware
We offer a wide variety of door access control systems, like electronic door locks and electric panic doors, that help keep unwanted intruders out, promote safe and secure movement inside, and allow for automatic emergency response if the need arises.
Benefits of Electronic Door Hardware
Many thieves have perfected the art of picking a lock. But electronic hardware like electronic keypads and RFID readers make it a lot harder to break into a secure facility. These systems also let you know who enters your building and at what time for more informative protection.
Some areas of your facility may require more stringent levels of security or entry audits. From lab facilities with hazardous or delicate materials to stairwells that must remain locked for code compliance, electronic hardware helps enforce regulations and rules.
Streamlined Emergency Plans
Worry less about emergencies with automatic locks and panic door hardware systems. These systems can be designed to automatically lock and unlock a variety of doors in the case of an emergency or an alarm. This can be especially useful in places like hospitals, schools, and retail stores.
Improved Remote Control
Some systems allow specific users to monitor and activate locks from wherever they are. This can be a useful tool for companies that expect off-hour deliveries or maintenance and don’t want to waste employee time or overtime pay to make sure the doors are locked after completion.
This can all be very complicated—and you have to make sure you comply with Life Safety Building codes while making your facility secure.
Not sure where to begin? Let our team help guide you. As Life Safety Building experts, we have worked with a variety of industries to design customized, code-compliant protection systems that are within budget and make sense for business operations.