Posted by Dye Hawley onMany people are familiar with an electronic safe that protects their valuables when left in a hotel room, in a stateroom on a cruise line. or even in the locker room at some high-end health clubs. But often people do not consider purchasing a safe for use in their home.
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Posted by Dominic Schwebs onGun owners in Seattle, Washington will face fines of up to $10,000 for not securing their firearms. The Seattle City Council unanimously voted on a new law, which is now in effect, in 2018 that makes it a civil infraction for gun owners to store a firearm without a locked container.
Posted by Dye Hawley onIt 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
Posted by Dye Hawley onEveryone is security-conscious nowadays, and this includes keeping your valuables secure. You could rent a safe deposit box at your local bank, but that's expensive and inconvenient.
Posted by Alexis Baldwin onWith a rapidly globalizing world and fewer borders than ever, many people may find themselves frequently traveling for both business and pleasure. An altogether too common complaint and a frequent downer for travelers is theft of personal belongings. Whether for business or pleasure and depending on where you’re traveling you may exude an attractive level of wealth that might make you a target to potential thieves. At times it can be quite difficult to keep your valuables safe in another country without burdening yourself with the heavy equipment you’d like to have. Fortunately, there are some unique portable ‘safes’ available that can give you some additional security and help to protect your belongings while abroad.
Posted by Dominic Schwebs onGuns and children are certainly not the most savory of combinations. This is one of the reasons we buy gun safes. In fact, many states will require guns to be stored in locked containers when children (under 18) are present in the household.
Posted by Alexis Baldwin onRoughly 20% of American households suffer a home property crime each year. Unfortunately for the unlucky few, some of these home invasions occur while the home is occupied. If this happened to you would you know what to do? Are you prepared to defend your home and family if someone discovers you are home and becomes violent? Don’t live your life in panic, and if guns aren’t your thing there are several options available to you.
Posted by Dye Hawley onWith the high price of childcare today, many men and woman are opting to stay home and take care of their children instead of going to work. This means that there is an increased number of part-time, small business owners as these moms and dads struggle to support their families. So, the question is, does a Stay at Home Mom or Dad need a home safe? Yes! An astounding yes!
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There comes a time when your guitar collection gets a little bit too valuable to leave lying around the house unprotected. Guitars can be expensive and delicate and too often an open invitation for burglars. How exactly do you go about protecting them though? Usually they are too big and...
Posted by Dominic Schwebs onProper 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.
Posted by Alexis Baldwin onLaptop safes and car safes are fast becoming a necessity in the fight to protect against identity theft. Recent studies show that even though consumers are becoming more aware of how to protect themselves from online identity theft and fraud, offline theft is still the biggest source of data and personal information loss in America.
Posted by Alexis Baldwin onThe 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.
Posted by Dominic Schwebs onWhen it comes to security, there’s nothing more formidable than an in-floor safe. Discrete, easy to conceal, sturdy, and nearly impossible to move once it's in the concrete, an in-floor safe is a fantastic way to keep your most precious valuables safe for years to come. This week, our featured safe is the Hayman FS4000B Polyethylene In-Floor Safe, a sturdy in-floor safe that promises bulk, security, and outstanding performance.
Posted by Dominic Schwebs onHow do you keep your gun safe accessible in the event of emergency, but away from the reach of a determined child or teenager? It’s harder than one might think, but this is a riddle that responsible, gun owners with families must tackle. The answer is to use the right equipment.
Posted by Dye Hawley onAre 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.
Posted by Alexis Baldwin onCombination locks are about as old as safes themselves and have been a staple of security for centuries. The first known combination lock was found in a Roman tomb though more reliable historical examples are attributed to a manual published by Muslim engineer Al-Jazari in 1206.
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Here are SafeandVaultStore.com, we pride ourselves on having the very best safes and vaults available to you. One of the newer innovations in the safe market are biometric safes and when I first saw them, I really thought they were something out of the future! Biometric safes are designed for...
Posted by Alexis Baldwin onWhile safes have come a long way since their inception so too have the tools that are used to break and pry them open. While once upon a time a crowbar may have been enough to crack any fancy safe in the land this isn't the case anymore.
Posted by Dye Hawley onA Burglary Fire Safe is usually a composite safe that helps you protect important documents from possible fires and valuables from burglars at an affordable price. Almost all Burglary Fire Safes have passed a 1 to 2 hour 350 degree Fahrenheit factory fire test.