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IP Door Entry join Secured by Design

Hertfordshire-based door entry and access control solution company, IP Door Entry, have joined Secured by Design, the official police security initiative.

Established in 2020, IP Door Entry are one of the forerunners in the advancement of smart door entry and access control solutions. 

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Upgrading to door entry products from IP Door Entry has been made as simple as possible, with hardware not requiring cabling to individual flats and no proprietary equipment to be purchased and maintained. These products have been attack tested within high security doorsets so meet robust standards. Gone are the days of unsightly broken door entry panels and disabled main doors when installing IP Door Entry panels!

You can find out more about IP Door Entry and their Secured by Design accredited products at: https://www.securedbydesign.com/member-companies/sbd-members?view=companydetail&account=0011i00001NVIHXAA5

Solomon Garfield, Director at IP Door Entry, said: “IP Door Entry Ltd are at the forefront of the Smart Visitor Door Entry revolution. The IPGUARD Wireless Door Entry and Access Control System just makes sense! It saves time, money and hassle whilst providing convenience for the asset managers and residents, as well as enhancing security & control. We are very excited about joining Secured by Design as a member company and our products achieving the Police Preferred Specification following vigorous physical testing within a doorset tested to LPCB LPS1175 Standard. We look forward to working with Secured by Design specifically on ways of reducing crime by providing smart, secure and innovative door entry and access control solutions.”

Lyn Poole, Secured by Design, commented: “It’s a pleasure to be working with IP Door Entry. It is great that they have decided that the benefit of becoming a Secured by Design member reduces the competition, and that they can now proudly use the SBD brand and Police Preferred Specification logo. I look forward to working with them over the period of their membership.”