Let’s talk security!

Enhanced commercial and industrial building security may very well be the fastest growing aspect of the glazing industry in todays’ world. While municipal buildings, schools and banks have long utilized these products, the evolution of building threat protection now applies to all businesses big or small. Whether it be access control systems, intrusion resistant systems, ballistic and blast resistant systems, or simply a product upgrade to your current entrances and vision areas, the process from design to installation can be quite cumbersome. That’s where Commercial Storefront Services, Inc. can help!

Our founder and president, Ken Jeski, took notice of how intensive this process is and decided to do something about it. His goal, to be able to offer clients a single-contact source, which could work with a team of time-tested professionals and products, to simplify the process and provide top-quality installations, giving our clients the peace of mind to know they are protected from todays’ threats.

In building this team, Ken reached out to long-time Connecticut architecture firm Jacunski Humes Architects to satisfy the design portion of the work, Bloomfield based Bartlett Brainard Eacott for the construction management and general contracting portion, and Thorogood Electric of Enfield, CT for electrical connections and access control integration.


The last part of the equation is the products themselves. Thanks to our many years in the glazing industry, and the relationships we have made throughout that time, we have partnered with several manufacturers including the Allegion family of entrance hardware products, AD Systems, Patriot Armor, ArmorCore, Covenant Security Equipment, and many, many more.

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So, if you are looking to beef up the security of your municipal, commercial or industrial property, drop us a line and we will be happy to help you sleep better at night!


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