We stock over 50 safes of all shapes, sizes and fitting styles, so you’ll be sure to find what you’re looking for! Safes are not only for retailers, the leisure and hotel industries, business / office use and the public sector but also domestic homes requiring protection of valuables, jewellery and cash with a high net worth.
All our safes are engineered, built and finished to world class standards with the latest materials and technology. They’re tested, certified and approved by independent testing houses to meet insurance standards. All our safe lines are available to be delivered and installed by our very own team of dedicated engineers.
Some things to consider when you’re thinking of purchasing a safe…
- Consider positioning your safe out of sight, but still accessible enough that you won’t be put off from using it for its intended use daily.
- Be aware of underfloor heating. Its not impossible to fix a safe to an area with underfloor heating, but it does complicate it slightly.
- Consider the position of water pipes and any electrical wiring.
- Safes should be fitted to a solid surface such as concrete or a wood. They should never be bolted the false walls of wardrobe cupboards or the like.
- Safes are produced with either base or rear fixing points. The bigger the safe the less likely it is it be able to rear fix.
Is the most common locking mechanism. The code is effortlessly changed at any stage and if the power goes down due to battery failure, they are changed out whilst retaining the existing code. No need for override keys. It is ideal for settings where there are numerous persons who will need to access the safe, saving you money on the duplication of safe keys and changes in locks if people leave.
Is less common after the roll out of digital. They can be time consuming to open and to those who have never used combination locks before, fiddly. For others this is their locking mechanism of choice having been used to this mechanism before.
Is great for people who don’t want the hassle of learning digital or combination pass-codes. The locks are fitted with anti-pick mechanisms and are made of hardened cases to avoid drilling. Key locking is the cheapest variant in locking mechanisms, but bare in mind copy keys can be easily obtained by unauthorized persons albeit at an additional cost.
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