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Installing a Wall Safe in Five Easy Steps

Posted by Dominic Schwebs on

If you’re looking for a way to protect your valuables, you’re in luck. Installing a wall safe at your home or business is a task anyone can accomplish. Afterward, you can rest at ease knowing that your important items, like legal documents, passports, bank statements, jewelry and other valuables, will be secure and hidden from prowling hands.

Where to start

On This Old House blog, Joseph Truini estimates it takes less than an hour and $180 to $200 for the project. Required tools, he writes, include a tape measure, hammer, level, drywall saw and drill or driver.

The preparation process also involves selecting the correct

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Wall Safes Video with Dye the Safe Guy

Posted by Dominic Schwebs on

Hi, Dye the Safe Guy here today to talk about wall safes. First we are going to talk about the types of locks and then we are going to talk about the different types of wall safes that are available on the market today.

First Alert 2070AF Expandable Anti-Theft Wall Safe

Wall safes come in two different types. Usually a burglar safe like this wall safe here which is steel only. Typically 3/16″ metal in the door and fits in between 16″ studs and will go about 6″ or 7″ deep on a 2 x 6 wall. Then there is a burglar fire wall safe that gives you an

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Five Reasons Every Homeowner Should Invest in a Safe

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There was a time when a home safe was considered a mark of the rich and famous. When people pictured the contents of a safe, they imagined gold, jewelry and glistening rubies all held behind the door of a massive iron box with a heavy handle. Although safes are far from being a thing of the past, they have changed significantly. Nowadays, home safes are an easily accessible addition to most households. In addition to holding any valuables a homeowner may want to store securely, safes are also a great way to store important documents, keepsakes and personal items and, since

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Overview – Hayman WS-7 Heavy Duty Wall Safe Video

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Hi, Dye Hawley here, manager of Safe & Vault Store.com – here today to talk about the Hayman WS-7 Heavy Duty Wall Safe. The Hayman WS-7 is designed to fit in a 2″ x 6″ wall, 6″ deep. The approximate dimensions including the flange which covers the hole that you put into the drywall is approximately 17″ high, 16″ wide and 6″ deep.

The Hayman WS-7 is equipped with a digital electronic lock with a UL Type 1 certification. It’s also made out of heavy duty 1/8″ steel in the body and 1/4″ steel in the door. This safe has 2 removable shelves

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Safe Overview: First Alert 2070AF

Posted by Alexandra on

When it comes to security there’s nothing better than concealment to bolster the protection of your valuables. For this reason wall and floor safes have become very popular and are a great option for upping the security of your home or business. Here we’ll look at a wall safe produced by First Alert with a few unique features and a great reputation for quality and security.

Overview

One thing that sets apart this wall safe from others among the same class is the 2070AF’s ability to expand creating additional room for storage and more flexibility in where it can be installed. The depth

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The Safety Dance [Infographic]

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A Guide to Finding the Perfect Safe

When shopping for a safe it is often difficult to decide which has the best value for your money, and provides the best protection for your valuables. There are a lot of options out there, and while a High Security Burglar Fire Safe will undoubtedly protect anything you put in it, perhaps it is a little overboard if you are simply protecting documents. Fortunately, Safe & Vault Store has you covered. With Safe & Vault Store’s The Safety Dance Infographic below, find the ideal safe for your valuables. Just answer the simple questions and be

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Home Safe Cash Ratings

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One often overlooked bonus of owning a home safe is the insurance perks that can come with it. It’s common for many home insurance policies to cover small amounts of cash stashed at home but this number increases greatly when you keep your assets in an insured safe. One important factor when considering a safe is its cash rating. In short this is the amount of cash that can be safely stored in a safe but perhaps more importantly it’s also the maximum amount that insurance companies are typically willing to cover. Interestingly, the cash rating can be used as a

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Choose a Wall Safe For Your Home

Posted by Dye Hawley on

Ever wonder why more people choose the in wall safe more than any other type of vault at Safe and Vault Store? We have the answer for you! Take a peak at this video and understand how keypad and biometric wall vaults…

The post Choose a Wall Safe For Your Home appeared first on Gun Safes & Wall Safe Brands for Sale.

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What To Look For When Buying A Wall Safe For Business

Posted by Dye Hawley on

Wall safes are a good investment for your business and even your home. There are many choices when it comes to wall safes. This post will cover some of your different options and the benefits behind each choice.

Everyone has things that they don’t want anyone to have access to. Whether its documents, personal items, or money and valuables. One of the best options you have is to buy a wall safe. Wall safes can be hidden and most burglars want to be in and out as quickly as possible, so most will not look for and break into this type of

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Do I Need A Wall Safe Or A Floor Safe?

Posted by Dye Hawley on

Safes are traditional tools we use to keep valuable personal belongings safe, but do you need a wall safe or a floor safe? A floor safe for instance features metal reinforced frames, combination locks, heat resistance and concealment options.

Safes deter would be thieves on the premise of time. Most thieves cannot spend the time to find a safe and open it, when there are other things to grab. Removing the safe takes a moving team. When bolted down, it requires an extensive sets of tools to get it out of a surface. When it’s out thieves have to then crack open

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What To Look For When Buying A Wall Safe For Your Home

Posted by Dye Hawley on

Everyone 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. Many people have chosen to have a safe in their homes, and there are a vast number of styles and models to choose from.

A wall safe is a good solution, allowing you to keep valuables and important papers right in your home, easily accessible yet secure. One of the great advantages of a wall safe is that it’s built right into the wall of your home, attached to the studs. For extra security through

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Top 5 Things To Think About When Choosing In-Wall Safes For Your Home

Posted by Dye Hawley on

If you are looking to protect your valuables but also want daily access to them, in-wall safes can be an excellent choice. There are many things you should take into account when choosing any safe, though; and there are five in particular I want to bring up now – specifically concerning in-wall safes.

  1. First of all, choosing an in-wall safe is a commitment. They are not easy to relocate, after all. The safe will be mounted in your wall and once it is there you do not want to decide later on that it isn’t in the right place. Make sureAMSEC WEST2114 Wall Safeyou decide

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Shopping For A Wall Safe Or A Floor Safe?

Posted by Dye Hawley on

Home safes are an excellent way to protect important documents, irreplaceable family treasures, and items of value. Nothing can beat feeling safe and secure in your own home, and security includes keeping certain items safe. A in- wall safe and floor safe can give extra peace of mind. There are many things to consider when buying a wall safe or when buying a floor safe.

An important first step is to consider where you will be placing the safe and the cost of the installation and whether it will be an electronic safe. A floor safe is set into a hole in the

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Wall safes provide inconspicuous protection for valuables

Posted by Nichole Betts on

Hidden Wall Safes provide hidden protection while giving you easy access to your money, jewelry, and other valuables. This type of safe frees up floor space while the safe itself is concealed from view, giving you more piece of mind knowing that your safe is hidden from plain sight. A Wall Safe can easily be hidden behind a picture that will go unnoticed more easily by burglars than a larger safe out in the open. Wall Safes should not be used for long term storage of high value items.

Wall Safes are designed for easy installation with pre-drilled anchor holes between 16″

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Wall Safe or a Free Standing Safe?

Posted by Dye Hawley on

There are many people who call us and ask about the security of a wall safe vs a free-standing burglar fire safe. The following is an analysis of the Pro’s and Con’s of both types of safes:

Benefits of a Wall Safe:

  • Wall Safes can be concealed or hidden behind a large wall painting, cabinet or a wall panel. “Out of sight, out of mind”
  • They are located at a higher level off the floor, so the access to this safe is easier.
  • Easy to install.

Disadvantages of a Wall Safe:

  • They are typically not very large and cannot store very much. They are usually only 3.5″

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