Security Cabinets A
range of Steel Stor cabinets providing secure storage for larger
"Trusted for security since 1957"
We have over 50 years experience in the
lock and safe industry, City Lock & Safe
provide a wide range of Security
Equipment and Services to secure all
types of properties including
Residential Homes and Businesses from
Commercial and Industrial to
Metropolitan & County Councils, NHS
Trusts, police Authorities and Blue Chip
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Safe Company is one of the oldest
manufacturers of safes and security
products in Great Britain its history
can be traced back to Liverpool 1799
when it produced steel banded
strongboxes for merchant fleets sailing
Securikey has been involved in the
security industry for over 35 years
providing solutions to many of the UK's
major companies and institutions.
Fire Resistant Safes
Fire resistant safes are safes which are designed to protect contents by preventing internal temperatures rising above a certain level for a specified period of time even when external temperatures can be very high because of fire.
Worldwide Safes for Security
When thinking about the security of your personal items, both financially and sentimentally valuable, we tend to think about the most suitable security for our homes.
Buying Security Safes Online
We are constantly taking measures to ensure our own personal safety along with that of particular items that are important to us.
Purchasing Waterproof Security Safe
If you are thinking about buying a security safe for your home, then you should certainly think about your reasons behind this before your buy.
Digital Safe - What to do if you forget your code
If you have chosen to purchase a digital locking safe for your home then apart from the items inside being stolen, forgetting the locking code is many peoples worst fear when it comes to their safe.
Checking Your Home Security
There are several steps you can take to ensure your home is secure.
Some of these steps may initially be obvious, however others are less
obvious and if followed correctly, may be the difference between a
secure and none secure home.
1) If you have any windows in exterior doors such as your front door,
ensure that the window is at least 40 inches away from any locks and
2) Fit security locks to your windows and whenever possible, ensure they
are kept locked.
3) Make sure that all tools, ladders and garden maintenance equipment
are kept locked away and not left in the open.
4) Ensure you have a working alarm in your home, and more importantly,
ensure you use it.
5) Consider having the extra security of a pet dog. A dog is an
excellent intruder alarm and deterrent.
6) Keep your home well lit at all times, particularly when you are out
of the house or on holiday.
7) Secure all your personal items of both sentimental and financial
value in a security safe in your home. These safes can be fixed in
wardrobes or cupboards and will give you that extra piece of mind if the
unfortunate event of a burglary occurs.
Ensuring that your home is always secure is extremely important, and
something that is sometimes looked over by many home owners who feel
they live in a safe area.
However, regardless of where you live, you should always take the
necessary precautions to ensure your home and its contents are secure
against theft and potential damage.