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StateWide Lock & Safe, Inc now offers new levels of security, convivence and efficiency to our customers. Most buildings today are already using access control to secure exterior doors and may be able to integrate with new wireless technology. This new technology allows us to connect and control more doors and in less time, making access control more budget friendly than ever before.

* These are some of the systems available to you, through StateWide Lock & Safe, Inc.

Key Fobs

Key Fobs

Key fobs are small, plastic devices individually programed with your access privileges.

Key Cards

Key Cards

Key cards are just like regular credit cards that have a chip reader to give you access to buildings.

Door Alarms

Door Alarms

Door alarms are typically a device that is attached to the door. This then notifies a person that someone is entering or leaving the establishment.



This type of access control has a series of numbers that you manually type in, to gain access.

Smart Phones

Smart Phones

This type of access control has a series of numbers that you manually type in, to gain access.

Fingerprint Readers

Fingerprint Readers

Fingerprint readers, read your individual fingerprint and allows you access.

Access control is now easily managed, credentials can be added, withdrawn, deactivated and re-established immediately, saving valuable time and resources. Access control systems help to individualize permission levels by door, person, date and time, while recording each event. Lost Keys, Lockouts & Re-keys are now a thing of the past!


Q & A

Can I use my current key card with new hardware?

Yes, in most cases, key cards can now be updated or you can now just use your cell phone.

I am a small company; would I benefit from adding access control?

Yes, not only does it help with tracking employee data, it eliminates re-keying costs which will end up saving you precious time and money.

What is access control?

Access control simply means a system that allows you to control who has entry to a premise or area.

What type of wireless access control has the best technology?

We carry quality manufacture brands that have amazing technology, the Schlage NDE series with the new Engage software, is very versatile and may integrate with your current system. It also has a free mobile application that was added for convenience.

Who are the top manufactures that StateWide Lock & safe, Inc carries?

Allegion, Schlege, Corbin Russwin, Assa Abloy, HID, Sargent, AXIS Communications, CDVI, Paxton.

If my company were to grow would access control grow with me?

Yes, we can add as many door operators that your business needs.

I own three apartment buildings in the area, can I use the same card access system?

Yes, with the new cloud based software you can manage multiple sites.

Can my old Schlege locks be retrofit with the new wireless technology?

Yes, in many cases this is now possible.

What is a ‘hands free’ system?

hands-free access control system allows the system to register a person as they approach the door. This means it is not necessary to present a fob or a card to a reader as the reader can pick up the presence of a fob or a card in a pocket or inside a vehicle. This is particularly useful for people carrying items or vehicular traffic at gates.

What happens if a key card is lost?

All key cards are individually coded. This means that cards can easily be deleted if lost without affecting any other cards.

Fun Facts

1. In 1975 Tor Sornes launched the first recordable cardkey lock, the Ving Card, which used a hole card plastic key. He then led the development of and patented the electronic keycard lock, based on the magnetic stripe key. Export of the system was initiated in 1978 when it was installed in the Peachtree Plaza Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia, at the time the world's tallest hotel. The hotel had been troubled by burglaries and was eager to test new security innovations.

2.The Future of Access control?
What could pass for a dystopian vision of the workplace is almost routine at a Swedish start-up hub. The company offers to implant its workers and start-up members with microchips the size of grains of rice that function as swipe cards: to open doors, operate printers or buy smoothies with a wave of the hand. The syringe slides in between the thumb and index finger. Then, with a click, a microchip is injected in the employee's hand.