Wall Safes — Functional and easily hidden
John Dean says: Wall safes are easily hidden and represent "free" storage space since they tuck into the space between your wall studs. Many folks love the look of them and leave them exposed (some are downright beautiful), but you can easily cover them with a photo, painting or wall-hanging for extra stealth.
Wall safes come in different sizes and with different types of locks. In addition to the standard mechanical dial locks, electronic locks are very popular for their ease and quick access. This type of lock usually has a key override or external battery pack for backup since the batteries are located on the inside of the safe. V-Line's Quick Vault and Closet Vault have a fast-opening Simplex mechanical pushbutton lock that needs no batteries. A single key opens Stack-On's IWC-22 cabinet wall safe and full-length IWC-55 wall safe for quick and easy access.
"Fireproof" Wall Safes? Or "Fire Resistant"?American Security even offers what many call the only fireproof wall safe, but you'll need an extra-deep wall — or a wall with "dead space" behind it — because the safe will stick out further than the standard four-inch thickness of most walls. In addition, it's more accurate to call this safe fire resistant, since "fireproof" means completely impervious to fire, and no safe can withstand the hottest fires for unlimited lengths of time. That said, this Amsec is built like a tank, far tougher than the typical wall safe.
Whether you're looking for a light, medium or heavy-duty wall safe, no doubt we have just the one for your needs. Just decide what you want to store in it, where you want to put it, and what kind of access you want. The rest is easy. You can click on one of the pictures or any of the links in this article for full specifications and pricing. You can either order on-line or give us a call. We're here to help.
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