A Secure Community
To maintain a safe environment in the shared areas of your neighborhood or apartment complex, Unlockit offers door, lock, custom gate, and access control solutions for tennis courts, swimming pools, clubhouses, communal buildings, and other community areas for neighborhood associations. Our solutions include top-of-the-line products, which are installed and maintained by expert technicians.
Neighborhood Associations & HOA FAQs
Any property manager should focus their security planning on two important security access points to a gated neighborhood: the transportation gates and the pedestrian gates.
The vehicle access points in a gated community are the busiest. A full-time security officer and monitored surveillance cameras, as well as additional barriers and keypads, are options for securing these areas.
Gated communities may choose to secure pedestrian access areas with a lock and key, or keypad system. A gate that sends an alarm signal when it is left open for an extended period of time is best for maximum security. Gated communities should think about implementing a security camera at this entry point.
This is usually caused by a power outage. Fully automated gates require a steady supply of electricity to function properly. Power failures and malfunctions will render your automatic gate inoperable. If your gate is not opening or closing, you should check for a power outage. If there is no power failure or other electrical issue, manually test your automatic gate to pinpoint any operational problems. If you are unable to determine the source of the problem, seek the assistance of a professional.
Our security professionals understand how to design a comprehensive system of community surveillance camera systems, alarms, and door entry systems that ensures compliance with state privacy laws and maximum security for your property and residents. We provide a variety of equipment to meet the specific needs and aesthetics of your community.
A homeowner or HOA can easily benefit from a more modern neighborhood security camera system that uses internet protocol (IP) cameras. These devices offer far more flexibility than any other option in modern surveillance while also being more durable and sophisticated in design.
Access control systems are the most common form of security in large-scale residential properties, because authorization to enter community areas can be limited. With some systems, it’s possible to restrict access to certain people and only allow entrance at set times, with programming to track each user and log activity. Fortunately, access control systems are designed around the unique needs of the community, so it can be as simple or sophisticated as necessary.
If you’re interested in exploring the options to secure your community, we invite you to call us at 770-441-0466 to speak with a specialist.