Opening safes, working with combination locks, etc. is a very specialized skill. Let us take care of it for you!
Don’t try to “crack” your own safe.
Many people have safes to store valuables or personal property.
It is difficult to think that a piece as sturdy as a safe could have any problems, and yet it happens. Here are some of the scenarios:
Safes are considerably more complicated than your home door lock.
They are designed to prevent forcible entry.
However, with our training and experience, we understand how to bypass the safety precautions installed in the safe and its opening mechanism and gain access without damage to the safe itself or its contents.
We also have encountered situations where someone has inherited a safe but the original owner left no key or combination or at least it hasn’t been found.
Once we verify your ownership, we will be happy to help you gain access.
Electronic safes have internal wiring. If faulty or damaged the signal is not passed through and the safe will not open.
Another issue we have found is that the keypad has become disconnected or as simple as the batteries are depleted.
In either case, don’t try to fix it on your own.
A professional will be able to detect the correct problem and resolve it for you.
In older models, it is possible that the cylinders have slipped and the numbers are not lining up correctly.
Call our office and we will talk you through some processes that can help you get to the contents and then we will schedule an appointment to fix the problem.
Bolts can jam if they are misaligned or have shifted out of alignment through force like moving it from one location to another.
If you turn the knob and cannot make a full revolution, contact our office.
Like most things, safes need regular maintenance to continue to operate efficiently. Because it is mechanical, jams can occur. If you haven’t had the safe looked at in some time, schedule an appointment.
As you can tell, there are a number of instances that can cause your safe to malfunction or not work to its expectation. Contact our office and we will be happy to make an appointment for one of our technicians to help you out.