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To invest in a commercial security system is one of the best decisions you can make for your business and for the safety of your employees. It takes hard work to have a successful business, and it is important to do what you can to keep your assets and employees safe.


People are typically more productive when they feel secure, and business security systems give employees peace of mind. When employees concentrate on their jobs instead of on potential dangers, morale is usually higher and productivity normally increases.

In addition, when the appropriate commercial security systems are installed, your insurance company may lower your business insurance premiums, which can help pay for the added security you enjoy.


Each business has its own particular needs and a competent security systems company can help you determine which security options and strategies are suitable for your unique situation. Some of the security alternatives available include video monitoring, access management, access barriers and fire detection. After a thorough analysis of your business, the security technicians may recommend a combination of several options to provide the most appropriate security solutions for your business in the most cost-effective manner.

If you currently have a security system for your building, it may not be necessary to invest in a complete, new system. Your security systems company may be able to integrate additional options into your existing system to provide the effectiveness and efficiency you need at a lower cost.

Access Control

When it is important to know who is in your building and where they are at all times, a security system will include methods of controlling access. Issuing security cards to employees is very effective for maintaining control over access to your building. The employees can quickly swipe their cards as they enter the building, and you will have a record of all employees and the dates and times of their arrivals. When employees terminate employment with your company, you can disable their security cards to ensure that they no longer have access control to your building or allow anyone else to use their cards.

Access Barriers

Office security systems often include access barriers that may consist of security doors, keypad entries, swipe cards, remote access or other options. Different sections of your building may require different security levels and various types of barriers. If your business deals with sensitive information, you may want to monitor the activity in certain areas more precisely than in other sections of your building. With access barriers in place, visitors will be required to get permission before entering certain areas, and you can monitor their activities while they are in your building.

Fire Detection

The risk of fire poses a danger for your employees, your business inventory and equipment as well. However, early detection can help transform a potentially serious situation into a minor event.

Efficient fire detection systems can perform several tasks in addition to warning building occupants. The system may also notify the local fire department and turn the sprinkler system on. A high-quality system may identify the precise location of a fire and keep you informed about changes in heat and fire intensity as well. In addition, some detection systems can alleviate blasts and help reduce flying debris and the ensuing panic it can cause.

Video Surveillance

Video surveillance helps keep unauthorized people out of your building and surrounding restricted areas. It also helps prevent vandalism, violence and employee theft. Video cameras mounted in strategic locations may discourage inappropriate behavior just by their presence. However, if an incident occurs, your surveillance cameras will provide proof of the details and take the guesswork out of how to deal with the situation.

After installation of your security system, ensure that you and your employees understand how to operate each new device to gain the greatest benefit from the system.