Own a Wall Safe Today and Protect Yourself

June 5th, 2008

A home or business burglary can be devastating. Not only may you loose some of your most important belongs, but you can feel vulnerable. An easy way to find peace of mind and prevent theft is to keep a wall safe in your home or office.The safest way to store your valuables and important documents is to keep them in your bank’s safe deposit box. But this isn’t always convenient, especially if you want daily access to your important belongings. A wall safe would then be a good investment.

Wall safes are drilled into your wall, between studs. You can install a wall safe when you are building your home or office, or you can put it in later. Most wall safes come with a flange so that you don’t need to re-plaster the walls.

Wall safes can be opened by combination, electronic lock, or key, depending on the model you choose. Wall safe prices vary by quality and dealer.

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2 Comments on “Own a Wall Safe Today and Protect Yourself”

  1. 1 thlf said at 5:13 am on November 16th, 2008:

    Hello, i saw your videos n youtube, and i need to ask you a question.
    I bought a house recently with a wall room size safe, the previous owner past away, and didn’t leave the combination.
    The door is Open, and i have the key, there is a hole inside the door i assume it is for change or find the combination.
    Can you tell me how do i do it?
    thanks

  2. 2 Zack said at 7:50 am on November 21st, 2008:

    That hole is designed for a key. A key that only locksmiths get to have access to. So you will need a locksmith to change the combo. But the good part is…if there is a key hole, its a good lock. There are alot of cheap locks on wall safes and the combos can’t be changed on the cheap ones.
    Give your local locksmith a call and normally for the price of a service call (average is $40) and the price of a combo change around $15-25 you have a great wall safe!


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