If you have valuable possessions in your home that can't be replaced, you should seriously consider putting them in a safe. We aren't lock, key or safe professionals, but we do know the importance of keeping irreplaceable items safe inside the home. We've done an abundance of research on the topic of keeping precious items safe and we'd like to present them to you in this blog. You'll learn how a safe can protect your mementos from thieves, fire and home disasters. We'll also address the questions you may have about safes and other products that can protect your prized possessions. We hope that this blog helps you to keep your treasures safe and sound.
Are you getting ready to purchase a new gun safe to keep in your home? Here are a few things to think about while you shop.
It's a good idea to consider purchasing a gun safe that can be installed with bolts to a floor or wall for extra security. If the safe is bolted down, it will be really tough for someone to move or steal the safe if your home were to get broken into. And kids won't be able to move the safe in any way. You should also think about where you want to install your gun safe, as you'll need to buy a safe that is small enough to fit into the space with large bolts attached to it.
Look for a place to store your gun safe that is about twice the size as the safe will be so there is plenty of room to correctly install it. And make sure that the safe you purchase is nice and heavy. The extra weight will make it even harder for the safe to get stolen. And lighter safes tend to be made of lesser quality materials, such as aluminum, instead of solid metals like iron that are typically used during the production of heavier safes.
You should also pay attention to the locking options of any safe you consider purchasing for your home. Consider choosing a safe that features multiple locks or that can accommodate the installation of different locks to ensure that nobody but yourself and others you authorize can access the inside of the safe.
Key locks can be easy to pick, and combination locks can be figured out if someone has enough time to work on it. But if both types of locks are attached to the safe, people will think twice before they even attempt to break into it. Electronic and smart locks are other effective options to look for.
Another feature your new gun safe should have is fire resistance. If the safe isn't resistant to fires, your guns could get ruined if your house ever catches on fire in the future due to an accident or natural disaster. And nobody will be able to set the gun safe on fire in an attempt to get inside and steal your weapons. This is especially important if you plan to store your safe in an easy-to-access location like the garage, or in a high fire-risk area like the attic.
Reach out to a company like Colorado Safes to learn more.Share
18 March 2020