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How A Safe Can Protect Your Valuables

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Here’s an item from a California suburb police blotter. It seems persons unknown broke into a house by smashing sliding glass doors. They completely ransacked the house and found what they were looking for-over $73,000 in jewelry and cash.

You can read the rest of the details the blotter HERE.

This is a case where undoubtedly a safe would’ve prevented the theft and protected your valuables.

Any one of our close to 200 Safes one of which is bound to meet your security needs. But in this case we would’ve recommended something along the lines of one of our 30 Home Security Safes that is both burglary resistant and fire resistant. They are the best kind of insurance against fire and theft you can get.

Feedback on these posts is appreciated. Have you ever used a safe as part of your home security? Please share your experience. We want to…

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