Exploring Hidden Safe Options

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Exploring Hidden Safe Options

Hello everyone, my name is Chantelle Olpeck. Welcome to my site about safes. When I moved into a bad area, I was unsure how I should store all of my vintage jewelry. I had pieces passed down from my great grandmother that I never wanted to lose. I contacted a locksmith to talk about all of the options for a secure safe. I knew that people in my area were not beyond ripping the safe off the floor and leaving with the entire thing. As a result, I chose to have a hidden safe installed under the floorboards. The safe keeps my jewelry secure in the event of theft or a fire. When you look at the floor the safe is installed below, you can't even tell it is the right location. I will use this site to teach others how to keep their valuables secure with a hidden safe.


3 Problems To Watch For With Your Residential Locks

Locks are among the most basic types of safety devices you have installed in your home. Residential locks come in many different styles and forms, but all of the locks on the market today have the potential to malfunction if they are not maintained properly. Being aware of some of the most common problems that plague residential locks will help you better manage the locks in your home to maximize your personal safety in the future. Read More 

3 Reasons Breaking into Your Own Home Because You’re Locked Out Is Not a Good Idea

In a moment of absentmindedness, you grab your belongings and are off to the car, your door locking and closing behind you and the keys you need to get back in still sitting in wait on the kitchen counter. If you are like the majority of people who accidentally lock themselves out of the house, your first reaction will be to do what you have to do to get back inside and retrieve your keys, whether it is trying to shimmy a credit card into the lock or tracking down an unlocked window. Read More 

3 Ways To Avoid Getting Locked Out Of Your Car For A Prolonged Period

If you have ever been locked out of your car for a prolonged period, you likely know how frustrating it can be. If it has occurred on multiple occasions, you may have even jimmied your lock using a coat hanger or other makeshift tool at one time or another. Even if you were successful at gaining entry to your vehicle, you risked damaging the internal mechanisms of your automobile's window, door latch and lock. Read More 

Improving Your Home’s Security at the Front Door

Your front door is your first line of defense against would-be burglars. The lock keeps unwanted visitors out, and the peephole lets you see who is at the door before you visit. If you are concerned about your home's security, the front door is a good place to start with security upgrades. Here are a few options you can consider to improve your home's safety and security. Video Doorbells While peepholes give you some ability to tell who is on the other side of the door, they require you to actually be close to the door to use them. Read More 

Stopping A Burglar At The Door

A house burglar wants to get into your home easily and quietly. A thief will try your doors first because a window entry can draw the attention of the neighbors. If it takes too much effort or makes too much noise, they will likely move on to the next home. Here are some of the typical ways a burglar can break into your home and how you can stop them. Read More