South Florida Security Systems
Whether your security concern is to protect your building or facility from intruders, vandalism, theft or nuisance lawsuits our security professionals can design a system that meets your needs and fits your criteria.
We can design, install and implement a quality security system on time and on budget.
Already have an existing security system in place? Our security consultants and technicians can inspect, repair or maintain your system. We support and install security products from well known and respected industry manufacturers.
Our staff is routinely updated about new technological advances and our technicians are cross trained on several different manufacturers security systems. We also provide on-going training for our employees to meet the customer’s changing needs and local requirements.
Video Surveillance Systems, which are collectively known as CCTV systems, are one of the best means of deterring crime and securing your property.
Let our design professionals customize a system that meets your specific needs, whether it be exterior protection, interior protection or a combination of the two.
Regardless of the scope and size of the project, whether it be a single camera to a multi-building, multi-site system that uses either IP or analog video cameras to transmit live and recorded video across an existing LAN or WAN network via the internet, we have a solution that’s right for you.
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Often called burglar alarm systems, intrusion detection systems are designed to protect people and property from unwanted intruders. When properly designed and monitored by a listed, Central Station, the Police will be notified and dispatched to your property upon an attempted or actual break-in of your property.
Advanced Fire & security uses only components and control equipment listed for commercial applications and manufactured by some of the top companies in the world. We take great care through the design and installation process to insure that the chance of nuisance or false alarms is minimized. Interior motion detectors, in most cases, use dual technology that require both a heat source (body heat) and motion detection (movement) before the alarm threshold is reached and the system is activated.
Card access systems, more commonly referred to as access control systems, are a means to achieve better control over who has access to your offices, garage, building or property and when that access shall be granted.
Users gain access by using their assigned access card, key fob or token at a designated access point at your property. Some of the more sophisticated models work with fingerprint or corneal recognition. Dependent on the type of property, you may have several access or entry points. You may select or restrict whether a specific access card can be used at a specific point or during a specific time or day.