Dye the Safe Guy here, Dye Hawley manager of SafeandVaultStore.com. Today we are going to be talking about Burglar Fire Safes. First the construction, the fire rating, the burglar ratings and finally the locks.
The risk of a house fire may be the last thing on your mind while you get ready to celebrate the holidays with your friends and family. But the truth is that house fires during the holiday season are not only more frequent but also more deadly than house fires at any other time of the year.
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.
The Protex HD-34 is a nice middle of the road burglar fire safe with a myriad of different potential purposes. It has a perfect balance of price, security, fire resistance, and size that makes it a nice catch-all for someone seeking a basic but reliable safe. This safe could be used effectively for either home or the workplace and though it’s not ‘top of the line’ safe it is still formidable and nothing to be trifled with. Here we’ll look at some of the specifics and what exactly this safe has to offer.
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.
Should it be theft-proof? Fire-resistant? How large should it be? Almost any type of safe can protect your important documents and other valuable items from most threats, but there are real differences between different types of safes when it comes to security.
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.
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!
With the current state of the failing economy, more and more people are electing to find non-traditional modes of employment. This means that there are more people working from home, in small business or freelance positions than ever before. This means that there are more home offices in operation now than there have been ever before.
This is another common question we hear at Safe & Vault Store. The short answer is that there are gun safes, and cash boxes, built for storing guns and cash respectively. There are also vaults for storing large items. Beyond that, safes are versatile and can be used to protect any valuables you care to mention.