Private communities with resident club houses, private gyms, and pools are finding that there are benefits of access control at the facilities. Uses for access control can go way beyond time and attendance. These superior door devices provide the ability to control when certain people have access to a facility without needing a person there to check their membership status. Safety concerns of uninvited guests or destruction to expensive equipment diminishes when the use of a fingerprint or card is required to enter specific areas. Residents and members to the areas are more comfortable knowing that the person whom they are swimming or working out next to is allowed to be there.
The rise of community facilities needing to add and delete users easily has given door access control products more recognition. The benefits of access control at your club house or pool is endless. Residents can be easily given access to one door or many with just the click of a couple buttons from a desktop. Administrators and owners can easily deny members access that have not paid their dues.
Fitness centers, gyms, and club houses find door access control to be an asset to the areas. The rooms are secured from those without access and members that have access can easily use the facilities with a fingerprint or card.
Residents with pool areas are finding that intruders risk the security and comfort of members. Using access control on pool gates restricts who has access without jeopardizing valuable time of staff and residents. Access can be restricted to certain days and times.
One of the most popular uses for access control is to secure club houses. Management can apply a member’s access to the club house after hours for rented parties on certain days and times. Residents would not need a manger to be present to set up for an event.
For More Information Please Contact:
Intelligent Biometric Controls, Inc.
513-239-6322 or 866-400-9292
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