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Securing Valuables from Burglary

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Securing Valuables from Burglary

Your Home is your castle and should be one of the safest places on earth for you and your family. Increasing crime rates in recent years have come to threaten this in many minds. At the same time, years go by and people collect an increasing number of varied valuable items. These items may include jewelry, special documents, family heirlooms, firearms and more. It has become increasingly important to secure these items not only to protect them but to provide peace of mind. Home thefts are on the rise and the best defense requires early preparations. One of the best places to start...

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Accident & Other Mishap prevention

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Accident & Other Mishap prevention

More so than any other personal property, guns require special care & protection to prevent illegal or unauthorized use. While we may own firearms for protection, we must acknowledge how dangerous they can be; especially in the wrong hands. Gun Safe Considerations: Reliability: While the cost of a safe is often the first consideration of buyers, reliability really should take priority. Cheap safes are everywhere and many of them are made to 'look' secure, but they're not. To a burglar or a fire, a cheap safe wont provide much more protection that a lock box. Having a high quality secure gun safe...

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The Importance of Storing Firearms & Family Security

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The Importance of Storing Firearms & Family Security

We all want to keep our families safe and secure our valuables. We do what we can to prevent harm or danger to befall our family, health and valuables. We prepare, hope, work and even pray for it. Safety is a big deal! Unfortunately, sometimes the things go wrong. Things happen that threaten us, our stuff and our family. They seem to come out of nowhere and appear to occur through no fault of our own. Sometimes, however, this is not the case. Sometimes, there were things we could have done that would have kept us safe.  Recognizing potential hazards today to prevent major...

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What to Look for When Buying A Home Safe

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What to Look for When Buying A Home Safe

Thick Solid Steel Door & Walls  We recommend selecting a safe with SOLID steel walls and door. Despite marketing hype, safes lacking this basic level of protection are much easier to crack. Choose a safe with a minimum ½” thick solid steel door and a ¼” thick solid steel body. Carefully Consider the Safe's Weight Steel is heavy so quality safes with solid steel construction will weigh much more than a thin walled insulated safe. Quality fire rated safes construction utilizes a high density concrete amalgamate. These fire safes will weigh much more than safes that use insulation panels. UL Locks  We recommend purchasing...

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DOs and DON'Ts of Safe Buying

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DOs and DON'Ts of Safe Buying

DOs Do Buy BIGGER I've never heard someone say they regret buying a safe that's too big because of all the extra space. But, I have heard many voice regret for buying a safe that is too small and no longer fits all their stuff. Your gun collection is likely to grow over time. You are probably going to find that valuable documents and possessions are better off in the safe. A good safe is for more than just gun storage. It becomes a secure storage unit for a variety of other valuables as well.  DO Invest in a Fire Rated Safe Selecting...

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