Why choose TI for your access control maintenance and repairs?
A large proportion of our new customers come to us following a poor access control repair or maintenance service the past – and they tend to stick with us for the long-term.
This is due to our unswerving commitment to delivering the maximum value possible from your access control system, whether you’re a business, education or residential customer, and whether you bought original installation from us or elsewhere.
Access control maintenance and repair – why it matters
You installed your access control system in order to prevent unauthorised access and thefts or damage to your school or college, business or home – but you need to ensure that it’s fully working for it to do its job properly!
Many access control system repairs only happen as a result of a maintenance visit, with many issues going unnoticed until a professional inspects the system – this is one of the primary reasons that a maintenance and repair package is important to both business and home users.
Here are a few more…
- Stay compliant – whatever type of user you are, you’ll have some kind of legislation, health and safety or Ofsted safeguarding requirement – or insurance small print – to satisfy, and regular maintenance and servicing is the only way to guarantee that your system is working correctly.
- Common issues – access control systems can be made up of many different elements, so there are lots of things to watch out for. Some common issues are access control card failures, dead batteries gone unnoticed, system faults and problems enrolling fobs – as well as mechanical and electrical faults.
- Reduce risk of theft or intrusion – without a reliable school, business or home access control repair service, your property or premises may become vulnerable to the very risks you were trying to protect it from – keep it in working order if you want to keep risks as low as possible.
- Maintain productivity and accurate records – if you use your access control for HR purposes or any other business requirements, a broken system can cause havoc with your record keeping and productivity levels.