NYC Apartment Building Intercom Systems
Are you looking for the best intercom systems for apartment buildings in New York City?
You can rest easy knowing your property is secured when choosing to install an apartment building entry intercom system by Linked Security NY. We work with New York building owners and residential development property managers by offering and installing trusted leading brand apartment entrance panel intercoms, wired intercoms, IP intercoms, door entry intercoms, smart IP video door phone intercoms, telephone entry systems, apartment intercom buzzers, phone directory intercoms, vandal resistant intercom entrance panels, WIFI doorbell intercoms, wireless multi-tenant building intercoms, and video intercom systems.
We can adapt to working with the buildings existing wiring (depending on condition) and old intercom stations or offer upgrades to accommodate nearly every need that should arise in your search for the right apartment intercom entry system at Linked Security NY. We have successfully installed hundreds of residential building projects ranging from 5 story Brooklyn co-ops to 10 story high-rise developments in Manhattan. We use brands such as Micom, Aiphone, Siedle, Comet, Akuvox and more.
We provide several varieties of apartment building entry system products to fit nearly any type of building facility. Multi-tenant video entry intercoms, mobile phone calling systems enable secure, convenient, and affordable property access for New York rental apartment building’s from a smartphone. The security that comes with being able to control who comes into your NYC building along with the ability to verbally and visually confirm their identity is immeasurable. Linked Security NY services residential buildings in Brooklyn, Queens and most neighborhoods in Manhattan and provides intercom replacements, intercom repairs as well new intercom hardware system installations. Having a new modern intercom system designed and installed will allow your tenants or security guards to quickly and easily identify visitors before granting them entry into the building.