Access Controls for Your Building: We Are Now Certified in New York

Did you know that there were over 42,000 instances of grand larceny in New York City in 2012?* It’s true, and there’s no telling how many tens of thousands of dollars were lost to these crimes. While business and property insurance will cover some losses due to burglary, the best defense is a good offense: create a safe, secure environment with integrated building security services and safety solutions, all easily managed through technologically-advanced access controls.

At Control Technologies, we understand what it means to achieve comfortable, safe building environments that protect both people and property. For over 25 years, businesses and property owners have trusted Control Technologies to design and implement advanced security systems that deliver easily-managed access control systems that enhance effective security and safety at cost-effective prices. We do this via the following:

  •  Control Technologies has the expertise and proven ability to deliver up-front cost savings with continued, on-going operating expense reduction while delivering you a fully-integrated building security system, all managed with simple and effective access controls
  • All Control Technologies access control systems are built on an open, standards-based platform to give you the ability for seamless future integrations
  • The Control Technologies network of partners gives you access to the most current and comprehensive access controls systems in the industry
  • We operate globally but perform with quality locally

Your business’s environment is your home away from home; protect it by installing a state-of-the-art access control security system. If you have concerns about the safety of your building’s environment or would like information about the latest access controls technologies, contact Control Technologies today.

 

*courtesy of: http://www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/downloads/pdf/analysis_and_planning/citywide_historical_seven_major_felony_offenses_2000-2012.pdf