Keep Your Most Cherished Possessions Safe
Our safes and lockboxes can be used to store and protect some of your most valuable items. They are available in a number of sizes and styles so you are sure to find the ideal option for your home. There are several different locking options available, including
- Keyed lock: a simple key is used to lock and unlock the box
- Combination lock: this type of lockbox features a three-number dial. The box is unlocked by turning the dials to the correct numbers
- Programmable lock: Powered by 4 AA batteries, you can access safes with a programmable lock by keying in the correct PIN. These safes also include an override key to unlock the safe.
What should I store in a lockbox?
Lockboxes are typically small boxes that are designed to protect items that are used more frequently than a traditional cabinet-style safe. These lockboxes are either keyed or have a combination locking system. Because of this, they are easier for the lockbox owner to open while still keeping your items safe from would-be thieves. Lockboxes are also highly portable making them a good option to protect items while you travel or to store money during a bake sale or garage sale. Lockboxes are recommended for storing a variety of items, including:
- Personal documents
What should I store in a cabinet-style safe?
Cabinet-style safes feature durable steel sides with a carpeted interior and a programmable lock. Cabinet-style safes can be used to store some of the same items as lockboxes, but because they are so much larger they can be used to store more items and larger items. Not only can cabinet-style safes be used to safeguard your possessions, they can keep items like firearms or medications away from children. Some of the items that can be stored in a cabinet-style safe, include:
- Personal documents
- Family heirlooms
- Prescription medications
- Spare vehicle keys
Where should I keep my safe?
Your safe should be placed in an area that is out of the way, but not deeply hidden. If it's too inconvenient to access, you probably won't use it. You should also avoid placing your safe in your master bedroom. This is typically the first place where burglars look for valuables. You should also avoid putting them in humid areas like bathrooms or laundry rooms. This could cause your safe to rust. Wherever you choose, if possible, mount your safe to the f