Advanced warehouse security solutions to keep your people and property safe.
Warehouses and storage facilities are often targeted by burglars because they are sure to be stocked with valuable items, vulnerable because of their multiple entry points and they tend to experience problems with false alarms. Wende Cambria-Senepole, Vice President of Cambria Automotive Companies (a Supreme customer), explained this problem well in a conversation with us.
“We had a (warehouse) alarm system that was installed by a professional alarm company, however, it just wasn’t working,” she said. “It was going off every other night and it was actually causing us to get robbed because people knew that we’d been having so many false alarms that it wouldn’t like generate much of a response.”
Supreme prides itself on a strictly in-house team of trained and certified security experts. We’ve got some pretty significant advantages that make us an ideal provider for your warehouse security needs.
We understand the importance of entrusting your warehouse or storage facility’s security system with a reputable company. In order to give warehouse and storage facility managers the facts about warehouse and storage facility security, we have listed the essential elements of warehouse security below with brief descriptions.
Key Elements of a Warehouse Security System
Every business is different, so the exact system and equipment our security experts will recommend and install for your warehouse will vary. But we have put together a list of standards that we often recommend for our warehouse security clients.
Supreme offers burglar alarm systems that are custom designed & monitored from our own UL-Listed, CSAA Certified Alarm Monitoring Center. No matter how large or complex your warehouse may be, Supreme can design and build a system to meet your precise needs and requirements. Warehouse managers who rely on Supreme for their security solutions can rely on:
- Motion detection
- Perimeter detection
- Glassbreak detection
- Video verification
- Remote notification via email or app
Our expertly installed systems can also be seamlessly integrated into other systems, such as fire and environmental monitoring for maximum safety and security. And that leads up to our next category.
Electronic access control technology is ideal for permitting and restricting access to your premises or secured areas within the premises. In addition to being easy to use, access control systems are highly sophisticated and can be integrated into a number of other commercial security solutions, such as CCTV, for maximum effectiveness. At Supreme, we offer the most advanced, scaleable solutions that can control access to either one door or hundreds of doors for thousands of cardholders. With an electronic building access control system, you can:
- Control access to secured areas
- Authorize card or key-holders and record entry and exit times
- Enhance security with individual access controls (such as Photo IDs)
- Provide auxiliary security in addition to video surveillance or security guards
- Protect vital computer server rooms from unauthorized access
Speak with a security expert today.