Turnstiles. You see them everywhere. Do you ever think to yourself, “Come on with this line! If we didn’t have these silly turnstiles only allowing one person in at a time, we could get through this line quicker.” Well, there’s a reason for this. A very good reason, especially in your schools and on campus. […]
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Author: Neal Bellamy Some of my fondest Christmas-time childhood memories are of our tree, the stand and the entire process of getting everything ready for the season. We had a tree stand that was so unique, that none of my friends or family had one like it. Ours was gold, it was built in the […]
Every Kenton Brothers project starts with an interview with our client about how they’ll be using our equipment. The conversation usually involves keys, locks, video cameras, and access control. We ask lots of questions to understand their needs and goals. We usually have a solution ready to go that has the right mix of technologies […]
It takes teamwork to tackle the big jobs, such as the Independence Central utility building project. This project hit on all cylinders for our installation department. We installed access control in this multi-level building as well as integrated into the elevator and gate systems to meet their high-security needs. We installed an intrusion alarm system […]
I’m a tinkerer; I always have been. I’ve always had a curiosity to know how things worked. I took bolts out of my crib when I was still crawling. I took apart toys, sometimes by force. As I got older, I took apart radios and electronics. Eventually, I even learned how to put things back […]