Burglars Beware

Safes

For as long as there have been people there have been thefts. People covet what they do not have, and some of them will act on those feelings. So, as people we have to protect our property. In the past people generally kept their valuables locked in vaults or sea chests.

In the 1800’s we began using more modern safes. These safes were called iron chests. They did a good job protecting your property because they were heavy enough that burglars could not easily make off with them. Burglars would essentially try to take them to a safer place to crack them. They were also made out of heavy materials, stone, wood, cement and brick to name a few.

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money safe

Today people are not so trusting in banks anymore. Some people feel that having your money at home is a safer option. Back in the day people would stash their money under the mattress. Some people would go as far as even burring their money in the ground.

As of today there are more modern ways to stash your money at home. One type of money safe is a stash can. Theses are great because you can hide your money and or jewelry in plain site. Stash cans are also called diversion safes. They can come in any shapes, anywhere from a dr. pepper can to a candle