Safe Locker Opening
Safe locks come in three styles: key-operated, combination dial, and electronic. Combination dial models are the most common. They are rotated clockwise and counter clockwise to specific positions. Electronic locks are easy to operate and provide quick access to the safe’s contents. Such locks run on batteries that must be recharged occasionally. For most residential and small business purposes, the choice of a safe lock is basically a matter of personal preference.
If a burglar attacks the safe and breaks one lock, the relocking devices automatically move into place to hold the safe door closed. Hard plate is a reinforcing material strategically located to hinder attempts to drill the safe open. Relocking devices and hard plate are useful for a fire safe, we never recommend a burglary safe that doesn’t have re-lockers and hard plate. We are expert in safe repairing and are trusted by strong clientele.