Safe Installation and Lockout Service in New York City

Whether you’re looking for a safe for your commercial business or one for keeping important paperwork secure in your home, we’ve got you covered. Our expert locksmiths have years of knowledge and experience when it comes to securing your valuables.

If you need to purchase a new safe or replace an old one, we offer the following options:

Fire Proof Safes – A fire is devastating enough, but losing birth certificates, passports, social security cards, and cash can make a terrible situation even worse. Fire resistant safes are made with thick steel walls and a layer of insulation to keep heat from damaging their contents.

Commercial and Office Safes – Many businesses deal with customers’ confidential information. If you want to keep prying eyes away, consider one of our commercial safes. We offer traditional lock and key options as well as ones with keypads and combination locks.

Cash and Lock Boxes – These affordable safes are perfect for securing small amounts of cash or documents. They’re also ideal for safely transporting cash from one business location to another.

Wall Safes – To install a wall safe, we’ll cut into the drywall of your home or business and put the safe in flush against the wall. Because thieves can’t easily walk out of a building with a wall safe, this is a more secure option than a lock box or smaller standalone safe. Homeowners often use this type of safe to store cash, weapons, and jewelry.

Electronic Safes – These are safes that have a programmable key code that can be changed when needed. They’re useful for commercial purposes, although home owners will appreciate their security as well.

Home Safes – These are typically a more affordable alternative to commercial safes; most are still fire-rated and difficult to tamper with, offering you peace of mind without the steep price tag of more heavy duty options.

Floor Safes – Like a wall safe, a floor safe is built into a home or business. When covered with a mat or rug, thieves won’t even realize these safes are right under their feet.

Depository Safes – These safes are commonly referred to as drop boxes. Often used by retailers, deposits are dropped into a locked storage box through a hopper or front-loading door.

If you have a safe already, you might need a locksmith in the case of a lockout or broken lock. We can open your safe when you can’t get into it, reset the combination on the lock, and repair broken safe locks. If you have an urgent need to access the contents of your safe, our emergency locksmith service can come out 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

You can feel confident knowing that all of our expert locksmiths and safe installers are licensed, insured, and background checked upon hiring. Call us at … and we will provide you with an estimate for our service and arrange for one of our experienced team members to meet with you to discuss your safe needs.

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