Our homes are often where we keep our most valuable possessions, whether it’s jewellery, cash, heirlooms or important documents. What’s more, increasingly affordable and accessible technology means most homes also contain expensive electronic equipment such as TVs, games consoles and computers.
Unfortunately, this makes homes a target for thieves and in 2022 alone, there were over 400,000 offenses relating to domestic burglary recorded. Businesses are also targeted by theft, with 9% of businesses across the UK being victims to burglary in 2022.
Safes are one of the many security measures that homes and businesses can use to protect their valuables. Should thieves gain access to a premises, a secure safe can protect valuables and deter most burglary attempts. In high security environments, safes with additional security can be used to prevent entry even with specialist equipment.
However, like any equipment, safes have a lifespan and there will come a time when safes should be upgraded to ensure they continue to protect your assets. Our latest blog post explores 5 signs it could be time to upgrade your safe