There are many problems you can face when disposing of or relocating your old safe. Safes are usually extremely heavy, and can damage furnishings such as stairways and walls if they are not removed properly with specialist equipment such as stair climbers, cranes and trolleys.
Read on to find out more about how to overcome the problems that can be faced when removing your old safe, along with the alternatives to safe disposal.
Here at Thornhill we know our safes. We know what is best suited for domestic use, and the degree of security required for commercial properties. We even specialise in products such as vaults, secure rooms, security grilles, and security cages. Without blowing our own trumpet we know a lot about this particular subject.
It therefore isn’t often that we come across something we haven’t seen before. Something a little unusual. But that was the case recently when we were called out to relocate a safe from a client’s garage into their house.
As you may notice from the photo to your right, the safe isn’t your average jewellery, floor, or even cash safe. In fact, it is more than 250 years old and rich in fantastic history and surprise. So, not only a challenge for the team to move, but an exciting and interesting job. Read on and discover more about this unique safe passed through family generations: