Re: Access to common areas
From: Beverly Jones Redekop (beverly.jones.redekopgmail.com)
Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2017 09:26:18 -0800 (PST)
We have a lock with a code. We have surprise conflict about whom should
receive the code: I always assumed the common house would be an extension
of our homes, but some people wish to limit access to people who are 13 and
over. Maybe it would be helpful to decide about that in advance.

On Sun, Jan 15, 2017, 4:52 AM Wim De Saegher <wim.de [at] saegher.be> wrote:

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> Hi folks,
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> how do you secure the access to the common areas?
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> Using a key?
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> Is there one key (with duplicates)? Who gets a key?
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> Is the key part of a "big key": big key opens house, small part opens
> common
> area?
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> Do all common areas (guestrooms, garden shed, bike shed) share the same
> key/lock?
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> Using a code? A lock with code, or an electronic door?
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> Biometrics? Badge?
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> We're designing the buildings now and would like to know how other groups
> tackle this issue.
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> Thanks a lot!
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> Kind regards
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> Wim De Saegher (Belgium)
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>  <mailto:wim.de [at] saegher.be> wim.de [at] saegher.be
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