Monday, July 23rd, 2018

3 Factors To Consider When Purchasing Your Home Wall Safe


wall safe 300x257 3 Factors To Consider When Purchasing Your Home Wall Safe

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Remember: The goal is to have a home safe or wall safe and know where your important documents are at all times.


* Use a Safe or Security Box to Store Important Documents:

The first step is to determine how much do I need to store.

The next step is who or where you will buy your safe from. There are many places to buy a safe today, you can buy from a “big box store”, an office supply store, a furniture store, a hardware store, online, or even from a professional safe retailer or locksmith.

And lastly, how much am I willing to spend.

There are many options when it comes to choosing a home safe.

1st: What are some Home Safe Features:

* Tamper proof technology
* Double wall construction
* Fire Resistance – Check Rating
* Waterproof
* Fingerprint Technology
* Locks

Note: Mechanical combination locks offer the least expensive way to secure a safe and are usually more than adequate for home use. Electronic locks, can afford some distinct advantages for business use.

2nd: What type of Safe do I need:

* Wall safe
* Floor safe (buried in floor)
* Free-standing, bolted to floor
* Security chest
* Security file w/hanging folders Cashier safe (drop slot for deposits)
* Safe deposit boxes

3rd: There are a range of costs:

A durable, fire resistant 24” x 20” safe costs $600 to $800.

Cheaper safes of the same size are available for $200 to $400,

but they do not have a fire rating & are of inferior construction.

Larger safes, 36” x 24” and larger, will cost up to $1,200 for quality.


Wall and floor safes have a construction cost associated with installing them on top of the safe cost. Wall safes are usually cheaper than floor safe.

About the Author: Brenda L. Martinson is owner and founder of San Diego Personal Business Services, a Personal Assistant/Business Consultant company located in Carlsbad, CA. For more than 20 years, she has been in leadership roles for small to mid-sized companies in the health-care, real estate and training & personal development industries. Working with top-level executives and managers, Brenda has designed and implemented organizational and efficiency systems to help companies improve profits and optimize their people.

As a Professional Organizer/Business Consultant, she utilizes her skills and experience to assist busy and/or retired professionals save Time, Money, and Space. Brenda’s organizational systems have helped people manage the personal and business clutter of one’s life through a customized and easy to maintain process. This process includes setting up systems and gathering resources to organize and improve one’s working/living spaces.

You may reach Brenda at her website Visit San Diego Personal Business Services.

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