09:32PM | 10/19/12
Member Since: 09/27/11
7 lifetime posts

I'm looking for a fireproof safe for my home. It should be big enough to fit a few laptops, some camera equipment including several cameras and lenses, and other small valuables. If it's also theft-proof, that would be good, although I'm not sure what that entails.

Can you recommend brands and models of fireproof safes that are considered high-quality? And where is the best place to buy one in terms of variety available, price/value, return policy, etc.? Lastly, as I alluded to above, what kind of safe would be theft-proof, or what would need to be done to it? We live in a condo, so something like bolting the safe into the floor is not an option.

Thanks a lot for your help,


05:22AM | 05/08/13
Member Since: 05/08/13
3 lifetime posts
Fire can happen anywhere, and at anytime. There is really nothing you can do to predict where disaster will strike. All you can do is prepare yourself against the flames that are ruthless, and have no preference for or against anyone. There are many little measures you can take to make sure that the most important things in your house are kept safe from disaster. Looking for way to keep your home safe, you should consider getting a fireproof safe. Safes are a great way to store items such as jewelry, money, valuable papers like home and automobile titles, deeds, bonds, guns and anything you would like to keep private. Getting one that is fireproof is worth the investment because if your home or office were to catch on fire, your valuables would still be safe. There are some things that just cannot be replaced, so of course you would want them kept safe from all of the unthinkable. You need to think about choosing a fireproof safe when you want to buy a safe for your home or business.

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