Featuring Sentry Floor Safe & A1 Quality Electronic In Floor Safes For Sale
These a1 quality home in floor safes offer an affordable alternative to larger freestanding safes with the added protection of being hidden in the floor. When properly installed in concrete. Our home floor safes provide excellent fire and burglary protection. Keep in mind that the ability of any protective device to deter theft is a function of time. Generally, pretty thieves lack the patience, tools or experience to break into a properly installed home floor safes. Even experienced burglars turn away from security devices that require special tools and many minutes of privacy, or which create a lot of noise when attacked forcibly. Consequently, installing your home amsec floor safes in or on a concrete floor offers the maximum degree of security. Amsec floor safes come in a wide variety of designs ranging from the B rated Super Brute, Brute and Mini Brute square body to the STAR OR MAJOR C rated round lift out door floor safe. You may customize your star floor safe with a deposit slot in the door, deposit chute, key locking dial or electronic keypad lock just to name a few. If you have any question, please call our friendly expert technician that can help you choose the home in floor safes that's best for you.
Sentry Floor safes installation With the purchase of this sentry floor safes you have taken an important step toward protecting your valuables. These instructions present six methods of installation. Your selection of an installation method is as important as your initial decision to purchase a sentry floor safe. Let us explain. Because every home or office differs in design, construction and location,there is no one correct method for installing your sentry floor safe. How you decide to install your in floor safes is just as important as your initial purchase decision. Keep in mind that the ability of any protective device to deter theft is a function of time. Generally, petty thieves lack the patience, tools or experience to break into a properly installed home floor safes. Even experienced burglars turn away from security devices which require special tools and many minutes of privacy, or which create a lot of noise when attacked forcibly. Consequently, installing your sentry floor safes in or on a concrete floor offers the maximum degree of security. Home floor safes for sale locations: The best location for a home underfloor safes is a remote area with the least amount of traffic. A remote corner of the basement or under the cellar stairs is often an ideal location. For an extra measure of security, we recommend you conceal the in floor safe under a rug or with a piece of furniture. We strongly recommend you insure the contents of your sentry floor safes. The use of a sentry floor safes may reduce insurance premiums. Consult your insurance agent. WARNING! Always remove or cover the home in-floor safes door before installation to prevent damage to the combination lock. Also remove the home floor safes door from the installation area. Concrete and dust could harm the locking mechanism. If your home floor safes is being installed by someone else, remove the sentry safes door and the combination card to a secure place. This will prevent others from knowing the combination. WARNING! Before drilling, check below the floor for hazards. Look for any electrical, telephone, plumbing, heating or other wires, lines, cables or ducts. Avoid drilling near these. Drilling through these can result in death or personal injury from electrical shock, gas leak or hot water rupture, as well as damage to property. To Install IN Concrete Floor Tools and Materials Needed pencil and ruler, hammer or sledge, mason's or cold chisel, knife or scissors, ready-mix concrete or mortar, mixing pan and trowel, water, metal or wood shims, safety glasses, gloves and a plastic bag Instructions 1. Locate sentry floor safes for sale in a location free of surface water. 2. Remove lid and home floor safes door, following unlocking instructions on the combination card. 3. Pencil a 16-inch square area on the floor. 4. Chip out the concrete with a heavy hammer and mason's chisel. 5. Dig the hole about so that the lid will be flush with the floor. To Install ON Concrete Floor Tools and Materials Needed: pencil and ruler, electric drill with 1/2" masonry bit, hammer, wrench (3) 1/4" lag screws with masonry anchors, (4) pieces of 3/8" plywood #10 nails, ready-mix concrete or mortar, mixing pan and trowel, water, weights, safety glasses and gloves Instructions 1. Remove lid, sentry in floor safes door and plastic plugs in home in-floor safes base. 2. Mark location of screw holes in floor through the safe's base, then remove safe from floor marks. 3. Drill three 1/2" holes and install masonry anchors. 4. Align safe holes with floor holes. 5. Place safe in enclosed moisture-proof plastic bag. 6. Place 1/4" lag screws through base holes and tighten into anchors. 7. Build a wooden form around the safe, each side 15" x 16". Place at least 50 lbs. of weight against each outside wall. 8. Pour concrete around the home floor safes until level with safe top. 9. Let concrete cure for at least 24 hours. 10. Remove weight and disassemble wooden frame. 11. Replace fireproof combination safe door and waterproof lid. To Install on Wood Floor using bolts, nuts and washers (Avoid floor joists with this installation.) Tools and Materials Needed pencil and ruler, electric drill with 5/16" wood bit wrench,(3) 1/4" bolts with nuts and 5/16" washers and safety glasses Instructions 1. Remove lid, door and (3) plastic plugs in safe's base. 2. Mark location of bolt holes in floor through the home floor safes base, then remove safe from floor marks. 3. Drill holes through floor with 5/16" drill bit. (To determine required bolt length, measure depth of drilled holes and add 1/4" for base plate and 1" for washer and nut.) 4. Align floor safes for sale holes with floor holes. To Install 0n Wood Floor using toggle bolts (Avoid floor joists with this installation.) Tools and Materials Needed pencil and ruler, electric drill with 3/4" wood bit screwdriver, (3) 1/4" toggle bolts and safety glasses Instructions 1. Remove lid, door and (3) plastic plugs in safe's base. 2. Mark location of bolt holes in floor through the safe's base, then remove safe from floor marks. 3. Drill holes through floor with 3/4" wood drill bit. (To determine required length of toggle bolts, measure depth of drilled holes and add 1/4" for base plate and 1" for toggle wings.
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