This is where you will find
images and descriptions of jobs completed by Advanced Lock & Safe. Even though
the company is a "sole proprietorship", some jobs require interaction with the
services of others entities General/Special Contractors and outside labor. Click on any thumbnail
image below to expand it.
This current job is for retro-fitting
old slotted PC-board "card-key" system with a new "proximity" system. This is at a local
managed care facility that was once a motel. These new locks are perfect for
this type of facilty.
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The new lock is a state-of-the-art
proximity reader with no slot to fumble around for. It has an LED so it lights
up and beeps when you unlock it with the wireless FOB. In this case we are using
keychain-style prox FOB's. Simply touch the FOB to the black proximity reader on
the face of the lock and the door will unlock. Stay tuned for more pictures....
This job was by far the best job of the
year for Advanced Lock & Safe. We are very proud of the work we have done here.
Working with RD Waldman
Construction in Agoura Hills, CA, we did a security, automation and camera
system on a 6000 Square foot single-story home in Beverly Hills, CA.
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This gorgeous home is being completely
renovated and updated and we were honored to supply the best equipment and
cameras for the job. Using 2Gig equipment and Alarm.com certified equipment and
remote services, we installed four touch-screen security and automation control panels,
23 door and window sensors, 4 motion detectors, fire/smoke detector translator,
two Z-Wave thermostats, six outdoor high-definition color night-vision cameras
and an 8-port Ethernet switch for live and recorded viewing via the free
Alarm.com app. Also included was 90 days free monitoring and 24 hour Alarm.com remote access to
everything including live streaming video from any and all of the cameras..It
only took three days. Traffic sucked but it was a cool job. And there is more to
Not a licensed contractor
However, we do qualify as exempt under Arizona Revised
Statutes 32-1211.A4, A9 and A14