What Makes Your Home Safe Vault Truly Safe
People purchase a home safe vault for different reasons, but at the core of all these reasons is one primary one: To keep certain items safe and avoid having them fall into the wrong hands.
What makes a safe reliable, though?
In today’s blog post, we discuss which features you need to look for in a safe that you can count on in the event of a break-in, a fire, or any other scenario. Dexter’s Best is in the business of providing top-quality home safes and vaults that our customers rely on, and to that end, we carry only the best products and the top brands. Read on to learn what makes your home safe vault truly safe.
A safe has to be solidly built. It needs to withstand attempts at breaking into it via the door, walls, lock mechanism, or any other means. Unfortunately, when manufacturing a safe, not everyone uses the best materials available. Some will skimp on quality in order to lower their costs, but the end result is a safe that’s of poor quality and can be broken into too easily.
It’s been our experience that the best safes on the market are built here in the United States. The home safes and vaults we sell boast uncompromising strength and durability. During the manufacturing process, these safe vaults are handled correctly to ensure quality and reliability. The end result is a safe that is rugged and that will work for you in even the worst-case scenarios. They’re built to withstand whatever unexpected events may come their way!
Built From Raw Steel
In order for a safe to have the strength it needs to withstand attacks, it must be built from raw steel. Anything else is a compromise you don’t want to live with. Safes that are made from melted-down scrap steel will not hold up to someone trying to get in by force. When hit with a crowbar, for example, these usually imported safes will crumble.
The only way to go is with strong, raw steel, like what our safes are made from. The brands we carry are American-made and built from raw steel, with quality control measures implemented at every stage of the supply chain and manufacturing process.
Remember: raw steel makes your home safe vault genuinely safe!
In addition to needing to be strong, your home safe needs to provide fire protection. Our American-made safes and vaults use U.L. certified sheetrock to serve as a fire barrier and protect your valuables. This fire-retardant material is well-suited for residential use; what’s more, it can be scaled in layers in order to achieve even better fire ratings.
In the event of a fire, you want to make sure the items you’ve stored away in your home safe or vault will be protected. Ask your vendor about the safety fire rating of any product you’re planning to purchase. A reputable vendor will be happy to explain what these ratings are and help you decide which is best for your particular needs.
There are other features available that can make your home safe or vault truly safe. One is easy access to the contents by you or another authorized individual. You want to keep the wrong hands out, but you want to be able to access your valuables readily and quickly!
Of course, you’ll want your safe to be professionally installed. Regular movers typically do not have the experience or training to move and install your safe correctly. Dexter’s Best, however, specializes not only in selling top-quality, U.S.-made safes, but also in delivering, moving, and installing them properly. We will make sure to protect your safe during a move or installation in order to preserve its integrity.
For Additional Information
If you would like to learn more about what makes a home safe reliable, contact Dexter’s Best. Located in Norwich, CT, we deal in U.S.-made products only. Our top priority is our customers’ satisfaction, and to that end, we carry only safes that are built to last and protect.
Specializing in Liberty safes and National Security Classics, we sell to our customers the same types of office and home safes and vaults that we ourselves own! To learn about our quality safes, get in touch with us today.