American Asset Protection® was established in 1992, providing security and investigative services. American Asset Protection® is a total security solution provider and integrations. We are licensed, bonded and insured locksmiths. We later incorporated CCTV, Surveillance Systems, Access Control Systems and Alarm Systems. We were first in the industry to provide full security integration of services along with technology. We are a trusted business by our clients most of whom have been with us since our inception. We are a highly successful provider of technology support to Residential, Commercial, Retail, Banking, Industrial and Government Facilities.
American Asset Protection® hires only the best trained individuals to get the job done right. As we say, “Other companies learn from mistakes we learn not to make them”. In order to make this statement true we have to properly train and hire experienced locksmiths and installers in the field.
We begin with our Master Locksmith whom has over 30 years experience in the locksmith industry. All of our locksmiths are level one experienced locksmiths. Our locksmiths are all certified to install, service and repair the access control systems we currently sell, install and service. We maintain a high level of training standards for all our locksmiths and require they also maintain certifications in hardware installations and service for manufacturers such as Alarmlock, ASSA ABLOY, Kaba-Ilco, Medeco, Mul-T-Lock, Schlage Family of hardware, Primus Everest, and Simplex Locks.
We pride ourselves in providing our clients with quality installations. All our labor is guaranteed. We are capable of doing all the cable runs, set-up of equipment, door preparation for mortising and installation of all accessories, hardware and software. We provide you and your staff with training for all applicable system installations.
Our installers are trained to provide you with professional installations and are knowledgeable in the systems they are installing.
We provide sales, service and installation of various types of CCTV/Surveillance some of the most recognized names in the security industry such as Bosch, JVC, Panasonic, Pelco, Samsung, Sanyo, Sony and Toshiba.
Whether your application calls for a Standalone DVR, NVR or Remote Viewing System we will advise you on the best solutions for your application you can rest assured that it will always be expert security advice.
That can only come from the security background and experience our company was founded upon.
We provide sales, service and installations of the latest in access control systems which include Biometrics, Smart Card Readers, and RFID Proximity readers. Our systems include award winning Access Control panels such as Continental, LT Security, GE, RF Logics and other high security systems. By providing our clients with such quality equipment and professional installations we are changing the paradigm of the security industry.
Access control systems fulfill a dual role: in addition to keeping unauthorized people out of your facility, they have to allow authorized user access. In addition to allowing or denying access, many access control systems help to keep track of all access throughout your entire facility at any time of day. There are a few main components to an access control system:
The central control panel may be a physical device, or software that runs on one of your servers. It lets you create accounts, change access rules, and view entry and exit reports. The smallest systems don't have a central panel: they're run from the keypad or scanner, and you program them using a laptop. Look carefully at what options you have for reports and setting up usage rules: inexpensive systems are often less flexible.
Electric strikes or magnetic locks can open and close on commands from the central computer that controls the system. Electric strikes are cost effective and more common – they're familiar to many people as the locks on doors at ATM enclosures. Magnetic locks are better for glass or aluminum doors. For parking areas, you can choose between full overhead doors or simple swing gates.
This is the most variable part of an access control systems: it can include several types of card readers, keypads, or biometric scanners. However it's done, the access device is what lets users identify themselves to the system.