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    Luckily, there are several ways to reduce the risk of mail theft and porch piracy. Here are a few steps you can take to protect your mail from thieves.
    Do you know the best security measure? One word… prevention. That’s right. If you can discourage would-be intruders from targeting your home in the first place, your probability of getting broken into goes down to zero.
    Vaultek LifePod has been dominating the safe market due to its compact, lightweight, and built-like-a-tank design (even EMP proof thanks to its key backup feature). The reality, however, is that even the best fall down sometimes. And the biggest companies are no exception.
    Dorm rooms are typically not the most secure places for your valuable items. Items such as laptops, wallets, keys, passports, cash, jewelry, cell phones, tablets, and even cameras are all vulnerable to theft.

    Why should you plan for a power outage? Because it’s sooner than you think! Imagine a life without power. I wonder if you can. No lights to illuminate your house, roads, hospitals, offices, basically everywhere.

    With inflation in a state of flux and hard to predict, the popularity of gold and precious metals continues to grow. Many people are turning to gold and silver for an added layer of economic security—these tend to retain their value even when the dollar weakens. 
    All of us here at the Safe and Vault Store want to express our appreciation for our loyal customers. We have been serving the public for the past seven decades—focusing on home safety and security. 
    Whether it’s by having insurance policies or a fire escape plan, we plan for unlikely situations that bring a heavy burden. Do you have a home invasion plan, though? 
    Owning a firearm is a freedom that many Americans enjoy. However, gun ownership comes with immense responsibility -- not only when handling or firing a gun but also when it comes to storing one.  
    During the coronavirus pandemic, we've been told that we're safer at home. And while this is certainly true when it comes to stopping the spread of COVID-19, this isn't to say that our properties are impenetrable.

    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. 

    It’s important to understand the risks involved in moving a safe yourself versus enlisting a professional to do so. 

    Do you have enough cash on hand to pay for the essentials? This scenario is prompting many to withdraw substantial amounts of cash and hiding it at home.    

    Although this may be a reasonable choice to make, the dangers associated with taking your money out of the protective walls of the bank include the threat of it being lost or stolen. 

    Do you own a firearm? Any parent might love the idea of seeing their children more frequently. But without the structure of school in place, that leaves the potential for boredom or even risk-taking. Although you hope your kids won't get themselves into trouble, you'll need to prepare for every possibility. That's especially true if you own firearms.
    Proper gun safety is programmed into the majority of gun owners' DNA. It comes with the territory. There are numerous ways to operate and travel with your weapon to ensure that there are no accidental discharges or mishaps, and you may already have gun safes in your home or vehicle for exactly that reason. 
    Safes are essential, but you can take another step to ensure your possessions are protected from damage and loss. The right location can make sure you get the most out of your safe.
    You can't plan for a gun-related accident, but you can prevent one. Handgun safes protect your firearms from unauthorized users and prevent accidents.
    If you own a firearm or are considering purchasing one, it’s critical that you know proper gun safety practices to avoid injuries and ensure that your weapons function safely. 
    Hi, Dye Hawley here, Dye the Safe Guy to talk about high security safes. But first a little background. Before modern day safes, all they had was steel plate safes with a 1" steel door here and 1" of steel in the body, they were rated by Underwriters Laboratory TL-15. Higher rated safes, TL-30, have a 1 1/2" steel plate in the door and 1" in the body. 

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