Keep your valuables secure with a fire-resistant safe
If you’re going to store your valuables in a safe at the bank, you might as well invest in a fire-resistant safe for your home. There are several reasons why you would want to buy a safe for your home, many of which are focussed on highly sensitive documentation and valuable family heirlooms, which will not be insured in a bank safe deposit box.
Fire-resistant safes are designed to keep fires from destroying your valuables, but it does much more. Here are a few good reasons to get yourself a fire resistant safe from an accredited safe supplier:
Some people may choose to keep important documents at the bank, but when you need quick access to insurance policies, prescription medication, copies of wills, and hard drives with private information, you want it as soon as possible. Don’t leave these documents lying around because you’ll either lose it, it’ll go up in a blazing fire, or a burglar may take an interest in your private matters.
You may have a safe deposit box at the bank, in which case you definitely need a secure place to keep the safe deposit keys and extra car keys. Hanging them up next to the backdoor key is not wise. In the event of a fire or an emergency, you want to know that in the middle of a crisis, your valuables are protected.
Keep dangerous medication away from children. The risk of little ones getting hold of scheduled drugs is too frightening to mention. It’s also a good idea to keep medical information, like the names of doctors and the pharmacy where you get your medication, safe, as you will need it if everything else goes up in flames. Medical safes are required in hospitals and pharmacies, and you can have one installed in your home. Better safe than sorry.
Many ardent hobbyists have safes for their stamp collections, rare coins, and highly valuable paintings. These are investments that need to be protected for legacy and financial purposes. Fire-resistant safes are available in a variety of sizes, so you shouldn’t have any problems finding one to fit your large paintings, etc.
There are many different types of safes out there, some of which claim to be fire resistant but are poorly designed and cannot protect your belongings. If you’re buying a safe, be sure it’s tough and secure. You want to know that it will withstand a fire or any natural disaster.
Some people opt for security vaults fitted with strongroom doors and digital locks, document safes perfectly suited for offices or even a drug safe designed for hospitals and clinics. You want to be certain these products are fire resistant. You can choose a variety of access control options, which includes digital locks and the age-old dial combinations – still a trusted design.
Contact the safe specialists today and ask about their wide range of safes. You can install them in a floor, against a wall, in a wall or behind a bookcase.