A standard key lock is a perfectly good solution, but bear in mind that you must keep the two safe keys secure and away from the safe. With an electronic combination lock you have no keys to keep safe, and you can haveRead More
All Electronic Combination locks give an audible of visual indication when the batteries are getting low. It is advisable to install a fresh set of high quality batteries as soon as this happens.On safes with cashRead More
The idea behind a safe is that people can’t get into it without the right key of code. If you have lost your keys, the only solution is to get a locksmith or safe engineer to “pick” the lock to gain access. InRead More
I have forgotten the code for my Electronic Combination Lock. Can you give me a code to open the safe?
Sorry, for security reasons, there is no “magic code” to get into a safe. Call us and we can arrange for an engineer to drill open theRead More
All Cash Rated safes must be fixed to the floor or in some cases, to a solid wall. For most safes with a cash rating £1,000 to £5,000, they are suitable for DIY installation. Please follow the installationRead More