London Electronic Access Control Paxton Installation Security Project Announced

Prologic Systems, a leading UK security installation specialist, has landed an electronic security package for Upton Gardens. This is a new housing development from Barratt Homes in London consisting of over 800 properties.

Romford, United Kingdom - May 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Prologic Systems Ltd have secured the electronic security package for the design, supply and installation of IP HD CCTV, IP Comelit Video Intercoms and Paxton Access Control at Upton Gardens, the new housing development from Barratt Homes London. This consists of 800 plus homes.

More information can be found at: http://prologic-systems.co.uk

The site explains that Prologic Sytstems Ltd are approved suppliers and installers of Comelit IP Intercom systems for key developers in London and the surrounding areas.

The specialist team designs, supplies, installs and maintains all types of electronic security systems. Since they launched, they have become known as a leader in their field, working closely with their clients to deliver outstanding service and results.

With over 35 years of experience, Prologic Systems have a reliable, efficient and professional management and admin team that work with each client to ensure their goals are met in the most efficient way. In addition to this, they provide 24 hour support for every contracted client.

In addition to property developers, Prologic Systems have a proven track record of working with electrical and mechanical consultants, electrical contractors, universities, facilities management companies, banks, schools, housing associations, warehouses, shops and more.

By providing Upton Gardens with the highest quality security installations, Prologic Systems have helped to ensure that residents will have a safe and secure place to live.

The intercom installation provides peace of mind and takes the guesswork out of visiting guests, especially when they’re uninvited. Meanwhile, Paxton Access Control ensures that residents can benefit from intuitive and straightforward security measures getting into the property.

Paxton systems are known for being high quality and reliable, while also being incredibly easy to use.

A recent client working with Prologic Systems states: “I found Prologic being very professional and Paul having the same dedicated engineers, knowing all aspects of our security and CCTV systems.”

Full details of the security installation services they can provide are available on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Paul Wilson
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Organization: Prologic Systems Ltd
Address: Davidson Way Davidson Way, Romford, England RM7 0AZ, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1708-935230
Website: http://www.prologic-systems.co.uk

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 513036

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