Bolting down a safe can significantly increase its security and make it much more difficult for thieves or intruders to steal or open the safe. Bolting down a safe ensures that it cannot be easily removed from its location, and it also makes it harder for someone to use tools to pry it open. Read More »
When it comes to purchasing large and heavy security safes, one of the biggest concerns for buyers is how they will get it home. There are two main delivery options available: curbside delivery and in-home installation. We will explore the differences between these options, as well as their advantages and disadvantages. Read More »
Recently, at a local trade show, there were some dazzling jewelry safes with beautiful interiors with decorative hardwood shelves. They were geared towards high-end home owners with larger and more valuable jewelry and watch collections. What shocked me though was the price. We were looking at safes that were above average in looks that were going for $30,000 to $100,000 dollars! Are these fancy artisan-built safes really worth this much? Read More »
In the aftermath of a fire, burglary, or tragic event, it is often the little things we miss the most. The electronics, clothes, and housewares can be covered by insurance and eventually replaced, but some items are very much beyond irreplaceable.
Our safe and security experts highly recommend the bolt-down installation of any safe. Look for a safe that can be bolted from the inside, there should be holes in the bottom of the safe for bolts to go through. Here are some reasons why bolting down your safe is critical to your home security plan, and some alternatives if you don’t want to bolt it down. Read More »
Liberty Safes are built tough enough to protect your valuables even in a tornado. Hear first-hand from from this F4 tornado survivor who was thankful he invested in a Liberty Safe. https://youtu.be/tteIou2Ii3I