Security Automation Systems offers consulting, security design, and budgeting services to architects, engineers and end users.
We can provide complete bid documents, including drawings and specifications, custom-tailored for your project. Put our experience and expertise in the correctional market to work for you today.
Security Automation Systems is experienced in servicing new and existing correctional security electronic systems.
Providing very competitive rates, we offer service based on charges for time, material and travel expenses. For a more comprehensive approach, we also offer maintenance agreements, customized to your particular requirements and timeframe. For service, call 877-727-3679.
SECURITY PROJECT / PRODUCT SERVICES:
Do you have an immediate need to retrofit or upgrade your security electronics system, but you don’t have the funds to pay for it?
Do you want to make a purchase but you perhaps you simply don’t want to make a full capital expenditure all at once? Security Automation System partners with other companies that are experts in leasing. For further information or a leasing estimate, contact us today.
Retrofits made easy – custom service with real results. Security Automation Systems wants you to expect more when choosing a security integrator.
An upgrade / retrofit is a critical investment. Each project requires the right solution for your facility and an experienced team capable of executing at each stage of the project.
Our project engineering team works with your building staff for a seamless installation project.
We prototype and test your system in our facility before it is shipped to your location where it is installed and thoroughly tested again.
» The Best Quality and Value
» Quick Install
» Commitment for the Future
» Customized Solutions
» Experienced Team with Proven Track Record
» Industry Leading Warranty/Service Plans
Miami Correctional Facility, in Bunker Hill, is the largest of these facilities.
At full capacity, Miami Correctional Facility can house over 3,400 inmates. The security system for this 32-building campus was becoming obsolete and needed an upgrade.View ProjectSee All Projects