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This video "Safe Anchoring System demo" shows the importance of the need to bolt your safe to a solid surface. In the video, a safe is bolted to a concrete pad. A forklift is being used to hit the safe and try and dislodge it from the ground. You can see that with a safe bolted correctly, even a heavy-duty forklift cannot remove it from the ground.

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. 

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. 

It would be easy for someone who can afford a floor safe to put one in their home or business. People who may need this would be someone who has something of great value like money, jewelry, or documents of some sort. In going through the hassle of buying and installing a hidden safe like this it is good to know whether it is worth it or not to invest in one. Is a floor safe really secure? T

There's nothing more exciting as a start-up business than owning your first official property. But now that you own your own business, it's critical to keep it safe. According to the FBI, a burglary occurs in the U.S. every 15.4 seconds.

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Are you worried about a burglary in today’s world? With the economy in the United States dwindling and many people out of work, we are at an increased risk of crime – from muggings to home invasions and more. 
As any history buff of the mid-1800s and the turn of the century knows, safes have played an important role in the development of business, commerce, and outlaw gangs in the United States. 
A safe is a wonderful piece of machinery that guarantees some peace of mind. If you are on the fence about whether or not you need a safe, I wanted to give you some idea of things that are often kept in safes—both in burglar safes and in fire safes.
The older we get, the more items we acquire such as important documents, valuables, and family heirlooms. Many times, these items are just put under a bed, in a closet, or on a shelf somewhere. A fire can be a real threat to these items if they are not protected. Just recently my grandmother had a fire-safe installed in her home. Most of the very important documents that she was going to store in the safe were being stored in a cardboard box!

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