Facilities such as hospitals, schools, houses of worship, nursing and retirement residences and other buildings with potentially high occupancy levels of people as well high volumes of pedestrian traffic have to be treated differently under building and fire codes to make sure that all available exits are always available and working properly when needed.

Panic hardware, door closers, automatic flush bolts, and handicapped power door operators are a few of the considerations we must take into account when working in these high occupancy and high traffic applications. Electrified door hardware, electric strikes and mag locks are often used in these facilities to accomplish certain goals but we must always keep building and fire code compliance in mind when considering any changes or upgrades to existing systems.

Have one of our security experts survey your site to determine your specific needs.

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