April 26, 2012
Church Door Intercom Systems
During the work week many churches keep their doors locked for security reasons even though church staff is there. Many churches also have a daycare center that must be secured to keep the children safe. As and example of why churches are locking their doors, on December 9, 2007, a gunman opened fire in the New Life Church injuring four people and killing 2.
The problem then is that the people the church wants to let in can’t get in. Some sort of door intercom is needed so users can press a button and church staff can let them in. The decision then is whether you can run wires to the front door or you need wireless. If wireless then the building construction plays a factor. If the church exterior is brick, stone, or some other dense material, then the range of the intercom really plays a factor. Intercoms that have below 1000 foot range probably won’t be strong enough to penetrate the walls.
To see available door intercoms for churches click here . IntercomsOnline.com has product experts that can help you decide which intercom is right for you.