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Home Security (Choosing A Safe)

Professional Services (By Brett Mikkelson) Upon purchasing a safe, there are several general things that you should account for to ensure you are buying the right one for your needs. Security is obviously the first and foremost point that you need to take into consideration. There are safes to hold documents, (fire resistant for 1-2 hours), and there are three levels of theft prevention safes as well (high, medium and low). There are simple residential safes that are made with solid iron with electronic or mechanical locks. They offer a low level of security for intruders, but a high level of security for house-based employees; these are not fire resistant whatsoever. These are not easy to open in a non-violent manner and are resistant to simple manual tools such as hammers and chisels depending on the quality of the safe. There are fire resistant safes with a thin plate of metal which creates a mold that is filled with a low density material against fire. They are however vulnerable to simple manual tools such simply because the plate of metal is so thin. These safes provide a low level of security against intruders, a medium level of security against house-based employees and a medium level of security against fires. http://bminvestigations.com/article.php?story=20060314171429241
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Home Security (Choosing A Safe)
Authored by: Anonymous on Sunday, March 19 2006 @ 11:02 PM UTC

Excellent article. I was wondering who to contact for safes.
Karen.