Where do you keep your valuables at home? Hopefully you didn’t answer with, “In a box,” or “Under the mattress.” Those places aren’t very secure. What happens if a burglar breaks into your house and discovers your easily-accessible valuables? And then he or she steals them? Or what if there’s a fire or flood? Yikes!
Safely Secure Valuables
These days every house should have a residential safe (or two)– a place to secure valuables. Thanks to technology and innovation, the kind of exceptional, high-quality security safes you’d find in commercial establishments are now often found in residential homes, condos, and apartments. What’s more, there are a good variety of safes available on the market, made for what you want to keep in them and/or where and how you want to keep them.
Some residential safe offerings today include wall safes, floor safes, fire safes, gun safes and electronic digital safes.
The Advantages of Using a Safe at Home
Why lock up your valuables at home? You need to protect the important stuff in case of thieves as well as natural or man-made disasters. Preserve and protect your valuables, which can include important papers (birth certificates, passports), jewelry (rings, necklaces), and cash.
Instead of paying for the use of a safe deposit bank down at the local bank, why not save yourself the time and effort of having to go to the bank to access your valuables? You can do this by utilizing a residential safe of your own– at your own home, available whenever you need it, conveniently.
Safes Are a Deterrent
Because safes are tough to open if you don’t have the key or code, and/or they’re placed in such a way to make them hard to move, anytime a burglar tries to open or take a safe, you have two words for them: “good luck!” That’s because they’re going to fumble and bumble and want to just leave because it’s too much work to get what they want– and that’s exactly what you want to happen.
Today’s residential safes are quite durable. They can typically withstand extreme heat as well as water/flooding.