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Many safe consumers assume that sensitive items such as hard drives, DVD's or photographs can be stored in a standard fireproof safe and that these items will be protected.  
So 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
Safes aren’t just for burglaries anymore. In fact, their biggest utility may lie in protecting against Mother Nature herself. Fireproof and waterproof safes and chests can safeguard your most valuable items when everything else goes up in flames. In this article, we’ll share some details about how fireproof safes and waterproof chests operate.

Here we’ll look at how to shop for a used safe and what you need to be looking for to make sure that you can get the most out of your deal and have a high quality safe at a discount price.

Are Burglary Fire Safes Better Than Burglary Safes? This question is very hard to answer at first glance. The only way this question can be properly answered is by greatly examining both safes.
Are gun safes water proof? This question is asked by many of our customers and the truth is, there are NO gun safes to our knowledge that are "water proof". Many people are misled by other companies that a water proof gun safe exists. Most all gun safes use a "Paulsel Seal" around the door named for the inventor. This seal expands to 5 times its size when a fire is burning outside the gun safe. (heat activated) The seal will help make the gun safe SOMEWHAT water and/or smoke "resistant" but not smoke or water proof.
This is a crazy video that illustrates just how important it is to get a high quality, burglar-specific safe. And always remember: a fire safe should not be a place you store valuables—it should be a place for important papers, sentimental objects, and other things you’d want protecting from a FIRE (and not necessarily from burglars)

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