Safes

Keeping your valuables concealed and secure

Safe products in Nottingham

Safes are a deposit cabinet secured by a complex lock to protect the contents against theft, contamination and fire. The decision to purchase a safe is usually voluntary for peace of mind to secure cash, jewellery and documents or has been requested by your insurance company.

Halls Locksmiths can provide expert advice to enable you to select the right safe to meet your personal circumstances, including delivery and installation.

Need a new or reconditioned safe?

There are 3 main types of safe:

Free standing safes

A traditional style of safe which sits on the floor.

Underfloor safes

The safe is concealed underneath a concrete or wooden floor.

Wall safes

A safe fitted flush into a brick wall.

The type of safe you choose will depend on:

  • The type of contents to be secured
  • The location of the safe
  • How often it will be opened
  • How easy it is to access
  • Why a safe is needed (personal choice or insurance policy)

Cash safes

Halls Locksmiths understand that you work extremely hard to save your personal or business earning, which is why we provide a large variety of cash safes for various purposes, sizes and budgets, including reconditioned safes.

We can equip you with safes which have been specially designed to protect cash to the amount of £1000 to £150,000 from theft and fire.

Fire safes

Fireproof safes are extremely popular for domestic and business use due to the robust nature that they have against fire destroying important documents, cash and assets.

At Halls Locksmiths, we supply and install safes which vary in size, access and the amount of heat that they are able to withstand.

Visit us in store to view our safes or call us on 0115 9780141 to find out more about our cash safes and how they can protect your hard earned cash.
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What to look out for in your local locksmith

When you hire a locksmith, you’re usually not having the best day. You may have lost your keys, been broken into or snapped a key in a lock.
This means the last thing you want is to hire a locksmith who is going to make your day worse by doing a bad job or overcharging you. In 2020, the MLA received over 500 reports of rogue locksmiths doing just that!

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Approaching a locksmith without any knowledge of keys can be a bit daunting when you need a new one cutting. We want you to feel as comfortable as possible when talking to our experts so we’ve created this simple guide to help you understand the different types of keys, their uses, average key cutting times and approximate costs.

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