Why You Need a Professional to Handle Safe Moving, Safe Opening and Safe Repair

Posted on: 25 Sep 2014

Safe Moving, Safe Opening and Safe Repair

For the most part, you likely don't understand anything about safe moving, safe opening and safe repair. We're willing to bet that most of the people you know don't know much about it either. So, if you've got a safe that needs moving, opened or fixed, here are some reasons why you should let real professionals get the job done right for you.

Safe Moving - Large safes can weigh from 400 to well over 1,000 pounds. It's this weight and mass that adds substantially to their security from thieves. More often than not, the shear size and weight are also the biggest issues for new safe buyers, especially if they're trying to save a few bucks by moving it themselves.

Some say that a sizable safe can be transported with a pickup, others suggest renting a low trailer. Either way, it's going to take a lot of manpower just to get it loaded up and then there's the issue of safety. Neither option is considered very prudent should you happen to get into an accident. Even a small fender-bender can quickly turn into a life or death situation should all that weight decide to move suddenly.

Additionally, once you get the safe home, you'll also need to consider how you'll get it unloaded and into your house. Unfortunately, all too late you'll realize that an average appliance dolly was never designed to handle this sort of weight. No matter how many strong men you've got to help, it will be a very dangerous situation.

All things considered, having professionals deliver and set up your safe in the proper location is a wise choice. Their experience, equipment and insurance will save you far more money and stress than the cost of delivery.

Safe Opening - Unlike thieves that use high-speed drills, diamond drill bits and the cover of darkness, professional safe companies are well versed in opening safes. Should the combination be lost or even unknown, call in a professional rather than trying to break into it yourself.

Professional safe and lock companies are highly trained and work with safe manufacturers to help owners gain access and retrieve items from a locked safe in a non-destructive way. In some extreme cases, they may have to open safe in a more destructive manner, but this is rarely the case. Professional lock and safe experts can generally open a safe in such a way that it will be easily repaired afterward.

Safe Repair - Unfortunately, at times safes will need to be repaired either after some mishap with the locking mechanism, a forced entry by a locksmith or an attempted break-in from thieves. These types of repairs cannot be diagnosed and attended to by the average safe owner and must be repaired by a professional.

Lock and safe experts are highly trained professionals in every sense of the word. From working directly with safe manufacturers and making every effort to secure your belongings, to treating your property with utmost confidentiality, you'll receive nothing but the best service possible from a professional locksmith.

So you see, in the event you ever need to have a safe delivered or serviced it's best to call in professional lock and safe experts to get the job done. Not only will it save you time and money, you will have the piece of mind knowing that job has been done right the first time.

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