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What to Keep in a Safe

31st August 2022

What to Keep in a Safe

We all want to feel safe in our homes. Here at Associated Security, we create high-quality security solutions for you to store any valuables you wish. Our range of home and domestic safes are designed with your peaceful thoughts in mind, coming in grades 0 to 6.

So what can you store in a safety deposit box? Here, we’ll take a look at some of the things you can keep in our safes.

Passports and birth certificates

Passports and birth certificates are important documents. They’re expensive to replace, taking up a lot of your valuable time while doing so. If these are kept in a home safe, however, you won’t ever have to worry about them being damaged, lost, or stolen.

A secure location eliminates the possibility of thieves committing identity fraud under your name. You can also choose to keep these documents in our underfloor safes, for the use of documents and up to £35,000 cash.

Expensive valuables

Keeping these items in your safe when you aren’t home, ensuring their safety against any possible break-ins, we even offer a range of watch winders and jewellery holders to keep these valuables neat, organised and extremely accessible.

Legal documentation

You should keep a copy of these documents in your safe because of their importance. Bank details can be safeguarded by storing them inside your safe.

You can keep copies of the original certification of your will, for example, or any you are named on. This could save a lot of inconveniences if the documentation couldn’t be located upon someone’s death.

The usefulness of home and domestic safe doesn’t stop there. The deed to your home and titles to any cars you own, to name a few examples, should also be held inside your safe, reducing the likelihood of them being misplaced.

To ensure your legal documents are secure, you should consider investing in a fireproof safe. These graded options will keep paper pristine for up to 60 minutes in the event of a fire, should this ever happen.

House or car keys

When considering what to put in a safe, your car keys or house keys might be a good start. Spare keys lying around your home are at risk of being stolen if you are ever robbed. As a result, thieves may return to steal your car or enter your home again.

We all want our possessions secure. In addition to our home and domestic underfloor and fireproof safes, you can also rest peacefully with a reconditioned safe from brands such as SMP, Chubbsafes, Burton, and Rosengren.

Insurance information

If someone breaks into your home and steals something, the first thing you will need is your insurance information. Then, you can contact the company to claim for anything that has been taken or for any damages the burglars did to your property. So keep this important document in your safe!

There you have it – what to store in a safe! To find out more about our services, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team on 0161 832 2777 today.

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