When it comes to choosing the best security system for your self-storage unit nothing beats an active security alarm system that is quick and requires the least maintenance.
Self-storage units provide a convenient way of keeping important belongings safe and secured. Therefore it is necessary to ensure these storages are provided with the right equipment for security.
According to insideselfstorage.com 63 self-storage units were broken-into in Bellevue Washington with valuable jewelry credits cards and weapons stolen.
Security system keypads sure do seem like a small thing to worry about. But imagine yourself in a situation where you are trying to access your self-storage unit and one of the buttons in the keypads fail to respond denying you access. Or right when you are about to enter your pass-code you find the door already unlocked with a message on display that reads locked for authorized access.
Now the question is what should you do to keep something like that from happening? Well that’s simple. While choosing a security system keypad for your self-storage unit picture yourself in these two situations
a) What if one of the buttons in the keypad fails to respond?
b) What apt features should you go for in a security system keypad?
During the situation ‘a’ if your keypad buttons fail to respond and stop working then waste no other second and immediately replace the security alarm system keypads. Failure in replacing security keypads might lead to potential robbery.
Amid the situation ‘b’ invest in the Stor-Guard security system keypads that can work well as fingerprint door access system in outdoor situations for a longer period of time. These security keypads can also be flush mounted and are weatherproof which means once installed they won’t require frequent maintenance and replacement like the rest.
Why Security System Keypad?
The Security system keypads are fully automated locks that have taken over by storm. These keypads are convenient they provide greater security through controlled access and work actively by engaging and disengaging upon being entered or breached.
Also these security keypads come with an individual door alarm which upon being breached at one self-storage unit alerts the security company and shuts off the rest of the doors immediately.
Self-storages require security that is programmed to act on an impulse. Therefore choose a security system provider for your self-storage unit that keeps all the mishaps at bay someone you can rely on. Someone like Stor-Guard.