Property managers of multi-family unit buildings are in an enviable position in the Philadelphia area. They need to protect their buildings and tenants but they understand the need for operational savings. The convenience and affordability of virtual security provides the needed protection for tenants and can reduce exposure for liability overall.
The technology allows buildings to bypass on-site doormen—saving money and making for a more consistent entry by relying on a keyless entry specific to the individual entering the premises. This not only cuts costs but also raises property value as the building is deemed safer while building a strong reputation based on the proven security in and around the building.
Cameras provide live video feeds to help detect who is coming in and out of the building as they document the activities—allowing the property manager or building ownership group to reduce exposure for liability or frivolous lawsuits. Security logs complete with video footage and visitor data are readily accessible to review occurrences on the property.
From a central monitoring location visitors can be allowed (or denied) access to the building and packages, deliveries, car services, or a building repair professional can make an efficient visit without the need for a security escort.
This is great for the Philadelphia property manager but more importantly, it provides peace of mind to tenants who will value the extra safety measures whether they are home or away—not worrying if they’ll be present to receive an important package.
And the benefits don’t stop at video surveillance and keyless entry—for areas that need additional assurance of safety there is video motion detection, line crossing, object movement detection, and person detection—personalized for your building’s security and remote access needs.
Avoid false alarms and know where you stand with the safety of your important assets. By being proactive and not reactive you can make the smart, safe, and most cost-effective decision for your building and tenants today.