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Fireproof safes are quickly becoming the industry standard and can offer a great amount of utility in the preservation of documents and other potentially flammable materials. However, have you ever wondered exactly how these safes are fireproofed? It’s not quite as simple as it may seem and there are a lot of different methods as well as regular innovations to the fireproofing methods.
Accountants are some of the most important people in an individual’s life. My grandmother used to say that it is absolutely imperative that you tell the absolute truth to only two people: your doctor and your accountant. 
There’s nothing more important than protecting your valuables and there’s no better way to do that than to install the Mesa MBF3820E Burglary & Fire Safe in your home. Designed to offer burglar and fire protection for your most precious belongings, this Mesa safe is perfect for ultra-secure or everyday use. Here’s what you need to know about this safe;
When 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.
For those of you who have unusually large firearm collections, or have home businesses that require large amounts of documents or other important storage features, a built in vault may be the best option.  

While safes are generally pretty standalone there are always a few ways to make the experience better and ensure that you have all of your needs taken care of. Safe accessories range from humidity control to organizational tools and lights and while not always necessary they can still be an important facet to home or business storage. Here we’ll look at some of the more important accessories and you can decide for yourself what is necessary and what is not. 

If you’re in the market for a safe, it goes without saying that you want something that provides unparalleled security at a great price. There is nothing quite so important as protecting your precious heirlooms, goods and belongings from burglary and, in the unfortunate event that your home is broken into, you deserve the peace of mind that comes with knowing your belongings are secure.

You may or may not believe it, but gun safes are not as impenetrable as they may seem. Yes, they may stop robbers from getting to your weapons or important documents. They may stop fires right in their tracks. They might even be able to keep moths from eating everything. But there is one type of invader which they cannot stop: an extremely small one which can squeeze into the tiniest of spaces.  

Buying a custom safe can be an easy way to ensure that you get exactly what you want from your home safe. You don’t need to be constricted by the available models and you can help design something yourself that perfectly suits your needs. There are a lot of options and different criteria when it comes to customizing a home safe that you should bear in mind when thinking about ordering a custom safe. Here are some of your options for customizing your very own home safe.

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.
Bank deposit boxes have been used for centuries as a method for keeping personal valuables safe. It makes perfect sense because banks offer incredible security that is hard to match at home; but, there are some downsides to deposit boxes and there are many items that are better kept in a home safe. 
Do you own a hotel? Are you concerned about the safety and security of your guests? I really must say Thank You for being a good business owner. It’s always so nice when people take care of you, especially hotel owners because there is nothing better than a great getaway in a great hotel, and nothing worse than staying in an awful hotel and wishing you were home with your family.
Most of us use a locked filing cabinet, a safety deposit box, or a safe to store our physical belongings but what do we do when we want to keep track of our digital belongings? More and more of what we produce, care about, and value is kept in digital form.  

Determining the size of safe you need is a question that needs to be carefully considered before you invest in a safe or vault. If you don’t make this decision carefully you’ll find that you buy a safe that fits your current needs but doesn’t expand to meet the needs of your future—it’s always prudent to buy something that will leave you a bit of room to expand, whether it’s an expanding handgun collection or room for tax returns for the next seven years.

Modern electronics are quickly becoming smaller, more efficient, and more expensive. There may come a time soon when pound for pound your gadgets out value your gold and jewelry. While already a commonplace item for home and commercial safes, electronic equipment and gadgets require a few special considerations when being stored for extended periods of time. Here we’ll look at some of the basic techniques that you can use to make sure that your electronic equipment survives storage and retains its value and functionality.
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!
Storing digital media is quickly becoming more and more important in the hi-tech modern world of today. Thankfully digital storage is getting cheaper but one aspect that is often forgotten is securing such storage devices so that they will be safe from fire, water, and theft. Often times digital media has a greater actual and sentimental value than many traditional valuables. Additionally, digital media is usually much more sensitive than the typical mainstays of home safes and necessitates special care from heat and humidity. Here we’ll look at some of the basic options that are available for securing your digital data and why it's important.
Owning a decent padlock might just be one of the best investments you make. There’s a ton of great applications for a good padlock and if you shop smartly you can cut out some of the inherent weaknesses found in cheaper models. There’s even times when you’ll find yourself having to secure thousands of dollars of good behind a padlock (i.e. storage containers or a nice bicycle) so it might just be a good idea to do some research and get the most out of your money. So, here we’ll look at just what it takes to make a strong padlock and what to look for when shopping around.

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