Posted by Dye Hawley onHi, 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.
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Posted by Alexis Baldwin onBuying your first fireproof safe can be a fun and enlightening endeavor. There is a multitude of options to choose from and countless ways to customize your safe to perfectly suit your needs.
Posted by Dominic Schwebs onHi, Dye the Safe Guy here, Dye Hawley today to talk about the Gardall BGF-6024 Gun Safe. The Gardall BGF-6024 is 59" tall, it is 24" wide and 22" deep. Gardall makes an entire line all the way up to a 72" high by 42" wide gun safe. These gun safes come standard with a Sargent & Greenleaf spyproof dial lock. It also has a key locking dial. You can also get it in chrome or brass hardware. Gardall offers an upgrade to a Sargent & Greenleaf digital electronic lock.
Posted by Dye Hawley onSo you’ve decided that you need to buy a fire proof safe for your home but you don’t know where to start? Today safes are more complex (and sophisticated and protected) than ever but we’re here to help you understand the buying process when it comes to fire proof safes.
Posted by Alexis Baldwin onMost people assume that in order for their valuables to be safe they must be kept in a bank safety deposit box. After all banks go to great measures to keep all the burglars out, right? They have secure concrete bunkers they transform into vaults with tightly controlled access and vault doors that no one in the world would ever dream of breaking into. Plus they have very tightly controlled security alarms that will have the authorities there in minutes. All of this sounds like pretty convincing evidence to store your passports and important documents in a safety deposit box….but a fireproof safe might be a better option.
Posted by Alexis Baldwin onWhen it comes to home and commercial safes there are a lot of different classifications and security ratings to help give you a better idea of exactly what you’re getting. However, sometimes it can be a bit overwhelming trying to understand all of the different acronyms and abbreviations. Here we’ll take a look at some of the most common security ratings and exactly what they mean.
Posted by Alexis Baldwin onSince we did a run-down on burglar safe ratings, I thought it might be a good idea to do a rundown on fire-safe ratings. As with burglar ratings, the UL is THE authority for trustworthy ratings, although there are several other authorities that also provide ratings to a range of safes. Because of its prevalence and industry standard, we’re only going to look at UL ratings.