Using a vault door to create a vault room will give you enough storage for any collection which includes personal heirlooms, guns, business and family records, jewelry, art work and photographs, or anything else you wish to protect in an entire room.
A great alternative to buying safe after safe, is to buy one giant safe room in the form of a Vault Door. With a multi-function application including storm and natural disaster shelter, as well as a beautiful and secure way to store and display your most prized possessions, Vault Doors end up being the best bang for your buck when you have the collection to warrant them.
In terms of security, the Fort Knox In-Swing 8240 Vault Door has a 1-3/4" reinforced fire door constructed with a Quadrafold door frame, with deep recessed door, 3/8" steel plate, one layer of fireboard and 10 gauge reinforcement. On the door of the Fort Knox 8240 In Swing Vault Door lies an UL Approved Mechanical dial lock with optional electronic lock upgrade available. Both mechanical dial and electronic lock is protected by a drill stop hard plate with recessed multi-bearings.
After the correct combination is entered on the 8240 vault door and you begin to turn the beautiful 14K gold five-spoke handle, you'll start feeling the 19 1.5" chrome-plated locking bolts retract.
Once fully inside, you can close the vault door completely as Fort Knox intuitively added an interior release door handle that will allow exiting even if the door is closed.
The 8240 Vault Door come in any of Fort Knox's wide variety of finishes that you'll have no problem fitting into any home decor.
The Fort Knox In-Swing Vault Door 8240 is backed up by Fort Knox's Limited, Lifetime Warranty against break-in, attempted break-in and fire.