Garage doors are a point of entry to your home or commercial property. If they are not secure, then neither is your home or office. While you don’t want entry to be difficult, you do want to carefully monitor access control. Your decisions about access control will differ based on what type of property you’re protecting. A business property will likely need more people to have access to opening and closing a garage door than your home would. Either way, there are many different options to choose from.
You may have situations arise that require you to allow an associate, neighbor, friend, or family member into your residential or commercial garage without you being there. With remote access control, you can carefully check on your garage to make sure that it is only opened and closed under your supervision. Remote control also allows you to limit access to fewer people. If you can open and close your garage from a distance, then you don’t have to leave a garage door opener with someone or give someone a code that would allow them to enter at another time as well.
For commercial properties, you may need to consider access control options, such as key pads, security cards, or other entry systems. Whatever you choose, your priorities should be safety and security first and convenience second. Let us help you establish the access control plan that will be the best fit for you, so that you’ll feel confident with the decisions that you make.