Entries by Kenton Brothers

Form Meets Function: Security for Glass Commercial Storefronts & Entrance Systems

By Gina Stuelke, CEO of Kenton Brothers. Architectural glass is a common choice for everything from retail storefronts to building entrances and even interior wall-systems. The use of glass is used to convey a sense of openness and is often a go-to element for designs that demand a modern, sleek aesthetic. So how do you […]

KB is CSEIP certified to design access control systems for the Federal Government.

By Neal Bellamy, IT Director at Kenton Brothers. Special access control requirements require special access control people. Our most complex access control customer is any federal government customer. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has a set of memorandums that outline requirements for any government office access control system. This allows the federal government […]

Commercial Security and Video Surveillance Project in New Mexico… with a rare find!

By Neal Bellamy, IT Director at Kenton Brothers. In July, we were tasked with converting several banks in New Mexico to new security and video system. No two branches were alike. Some had analog video, some had digital, sometimes there was a Honeywell panel, sometimes DSC, sometimes no panel at all. And just like any […]

Solving Their Pain: Warehouse Security Project in Wichita, KS

By Neal Bellamy, IT Director and Brinton Hallum, Project Manager at Kenton Brothers. The Pain A large warehouse customer of ours was in a lot of pain when it came to their various security systems. The video management system was consistently crashing with cameras bouncing offline. On top of that, the user interface was not […]