Do you need a safe opening because you have lost the safe key, forget the combination or lost the code? A Safe engineer can open all types of safes such as digital, combination and key lock safes.
A MLA licensed locksmith offering safe services will also be able to if you need your safe repairing, moving & disposing of or would like a security safe fitting. Most of our MLA Locksmiths offer than just a lost key and lock service.
Safe Opening – Unlock a Safe Without a Key or Combination
Are you trying to open a locked safe? or maybe you’ve lost the keys to your safe or forgot the combination and you can’t unlock it, then contact a locksmith to open your safe to see if they can help.
Common Problems a Safe Engineer can help with
- Open combination safe without knowing the combination – dial and digital locks
- Open a safe if the keys are locked inside
- Open a safe without key
- Open a safe forgot combination
- Crack open the safe if you have lost the keys
- Safe key stuck in lock
- Open key safes without knowing the code
- Unlock digital and electronic safes
Also, if you need a new key cutting for your safe then due to the nature of safe keys they need to be cut by a professional locksmith.
How Much Does It Cost To Open a Safe?
As there is no governing body for locksmiths there is no price structure that locksmiths have to follow. There are many factors that will influence the cost, the cost of opening a safe will depend on the security level and time required.
We recommend to get a quote for your local MLA locksmith.
Safe Repairs – Digital + Combination (All Types)
Maybe your safe has been damaged and the lock is not working or you have a problem with the key, below are issues a safe engineer can help with:
- Repair if the lock on the safe is broken
- The lock is damaged or faulty
- Digital safe has locked you out
- The key is snapped in the lock
A fully vetted and DBS checked MLA locksmith will be able to help repair your safe.
Types of Safes a locksmith can open or repair
A specialist safe engineer will be able to open and repair all types of safes and cabinets such as:
- Combination Locks
- Digital Keypads
- Traditional key operated safes
- Key Safes and boxes
- Floor and Fireproof Safes
- Hidden Wall Safes
- Safety Deposit Boxes
- Key and Gun Cabinets
Safe Supply, Fitting and Installation
If you have been told you need a safe or have items of particular value, be they at work or in the home, then you should consider getting a safe to store them in. However, it’s not just a case of popping down to your local DIY store to buy one.
There are two main types of safes that you can use for your home or business.
- 1. Data Safes – protect against fire as well as theft and are used for keeping documents and computer data etc.. secure
- 2. Security Safes – aimed at storing valuables such as cash, jewellery etc..
You need the safe to be professionally specified and fitted for it to provide any real protection, and also you need some advice on what safe you should be buying.
Insurance requirements for the safe? It’s best to check with your insurer as to whether they are specifying certain criteria for the safe such as cash cover or fire protection rating
What is it that is being stored? Is it documents or media – in which case you may want to consider a fire safe. If it’s jewellery or cash then you have to consider the rating of the safe in order to ensure the relevant insurance cover!
MLA licensed locksmiths who work with safes will be able to specify and install the appropriate safe and size of safe that will be fit for purpose.
Removing a Safe
Whether you need a safe moving or disposing of from a building/office/property this is service a MLA locksmith who specialises in safes will be able to help you with.
Due to the weight of safes, this is not something you should attempt to do yourselves. Most MLA locksmiths specialising in security safe usually offer a safe removal service.
Find a local safe engineer near you…