Should I purchase a second hand safe? On the one hand safes are built to last so there would be no reason why a second hand safe would have compromised security as long as it wasn’t damaged. Buying a used safe will of course save you money but should not be a compromise on quality or security.
Would it surprise you if we told you that more than 1 million burglaries and attempted burglaries take place in the UK every single year? And that on average a thieve only needs 12 minutes to break in, and get away with all of your valuables?
We’re guessing it might shock you. But you’re not alone as many homeowners across the country underestimate the value of home security and the determination of burglars. This week Thornhill Security have complied some shocking facts about domestic burglaries and how you can make the process a lot more difficult with additional security measures.
Thornhill Security has more than 40 years of experience supplying and installing a wide range of security solutions for both domestic and commercial environments alike. Whether you are looking for a small cash safe for your home or a deposit safe suitable for commercial use, we can help.
But what if you are after a safe which not only protects all your belongings but looks good too?