Access Control & Intercoms

Do you need Proper Control Over Who Accesses your Building?
Do you need to Control After Hours Access?
Would Having The Ability to Remove a User From Your Access Control Remotely, Reduce Risk of Loss?
Would Having a Log of Who Has Accessed the Building or Room and When, be useful information for you to Have?
Is there a Requirement for Contactless Access Control to prevent cross - contanimation?

If the answer to any of those questions is yes, then you should  talk to our Access Control Specialists

As a Facility or Property Manager of a commercial or multi-unit residential space you recognise that controlling who enters and leaves open and restricted areas is essential to securing the property. Selecting Crothers is the first step to solving this complex security challenge.

You know that nowadays, cross contamination can have serious implications and that contactless Access Control can be a real solution

Crothers has worked with Security Professionals to meet their requirements for access control systems for over 30 years.

You know that an Access Control System needs to be designed for the environment and address specific current and evolving security challenges. Creating a system that allows or restricts peoples’ movement into and around a property requires extensive knowledge of security technologies and the experience to configure them effectively. By calling Crothers now, we can help you to plan or upgrade a system that meets your requirements.

Talk to our Access Control experts and find out what we can do to help you.

Security of people and premises is your priority. Managing the risk of unauthorised access needs the right Access Control system. Call Crothers Today.

Solutions offered by Crothers include Fob Access, Facial Recognition, Biometric, Contactless Door Operators. All can be integrated with CCTV, Intruder Alarms, Fire Alarms and BMS.

Brands offered by Crothers Security include ACT, Siemens Security, GSD, Vanderbilt, HikVision and HKC

The Evolution of Access Control From Complex to Contactless

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