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Setting up a home office space is one thing; making it safe and secure to work from on a daily basis is another.  Here are a few tips to get you started. 

It’s important to understand the risks involved in moving a safe yourself versus enlisting a professional to do so. 

This is Safe & Vault Store.com’s Top 10 Best Wall Safes of 2020. A wall safe is designed to be hidden in the wall (behind a picture or mirror) and will protect your important valuables. If a burglar can’t find the safe, they can’t break into it. 

Do you have enough cash on hand to pay for the essentials? This scenario is prompting many to withdraw substantial amounts of cash and hiding it at home.    

Although this may be a reasonable choice to make, the dangers associated with taking your money out of the protective walls of the bank include the threat of it being lost or stolen. 

Do you own a firearm? Any parent might love the idea of seeing their children more frequently. But without the structure of school in place, that leaves the potential for boredom or even risk-taking. Although you hope your kids won't get themselves into trouble, you'll need to prepare for every possibility. That's especially true if you own firearms.
Your home is your fortress, and it’s where you keep your most valuable goods. It’s important that you keep those valuables protected in a home safe. It’s also important that you keep the safe hidden away from thieves and intruders. Here are some tips for finding creative ways to hide your safe in your home.
Safecracking is one of the oldest “professionals” in fact, 100 years ago Safecrackers were known as Yeggmen who made their living by traveling by railroad breaking into small-town businesses and post offices where they cracked open safes to steal cash, stamps and other valuables.
Laptops and other valuables are the prime items targeted by dorm thieves, and that's why safes for a dorm room are so important. Shop for the features that make the most sense for dorm room environments, and keep all those valuables safe.
Hi folks, Dye the Safe Guy here, Dye Hawley Sales Manager of Safe & Vault Store.com here to talk about the Shotlock Quickdrawer 200M Mechanical Pistol Safe. This Pistol Safe has two means of entry; it has a Simplex style lock with up to 8 numbers. You program your own combination. Or it also has a key override or key lock if you prefer that.
Hello, Dye the Safe Guy, Dye Hawley here with Safe & Vault Store to talk about the AMSEC CSC1913 Burglar Fire Safe. This is a great economic safe, it's part of their economic line. They have been selling this safe for well over 10 years. 
Hi, Dye the Safe Guy here, Dye Hawley sales manager at Safe & Vault Store.com to talk to you today about the Gardall Z-2218 Burglar & Fire Safe. This is a great safe for businesses. It can be used for homes as well but primarily it is designed for business use.
Hi, Dye the Safe Guy here, Dye Hawley Sales Manager at Safe & Vault Store.com, here today to talk about one of the industry staples, the Tidel TACC VI (TACC 6). This safe is used in grocery stores, 7-11's, Circle K's, you name it. Whenever you need to get cash and secure cash quickly in a fast-moving environment, this product is the one to look at. 
Hi, Dye the Safe Guy here, Dye Hawley sales manager for Safe & Vault Store.com. I am here today to talk about the Hayman DV-3019 Burglar Fire Safe. This safe comes with a dial combination lock as a standard feature. It's the Sargent and Greenleaf lock with key locking dial. You can also order a digital lock for an added cost.
Hi, Dye the Safe Guy here, Dye Hawley Sales manager at Safe & Vault Store.com to talk to you today about the Surelock Lieutenant 30 Gun Safe. The Surelock Lieutenant 30 Gun Safe is 60.00" tall, 36.00" wide and 25.00" deep. 
Proper gun safety is programmed into the majority of gun owners' DNA. It comes with the territory. There are numerous ways to operate and travel with your weapon to ensure that there are no accidental discharges or mishaps, and you may already have gun safes in your home or vehicle for exactly that reason. 
Safes are essential, but you can take another step to ensure your possessions are protected from damage and loss. The right location can make sure you get the most out of your safe.

Every day we get calls from people asking us which one should I choose, either a dial combination lock as you see here or a digital electronic lock with a keypad. The purpose of this video is to explain the pros and cons of each lock and let you make up your own mind.  

 

Hi, Dye the Safe Guy here, Dye Hawley, to talk about the Hayman Polyethylene floor safe model FS2300B. This is the mid-range floor safe in the Hayman Polyethylene line. This safe is 15" high by 18 1/2" wide and 15" deep. The Hayman FS2300B has 1.35 cubic feet of interior shelf space. 

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