So you’ve decided to buy a safe, but there are so many different aspects to consider. To make this process much easier and guide you through every step of the way, we have put together the most essential tips and tricks for you in our section on safe purchasing tips.
These include the key points relating to the following aspects of buying a safe:
The subject of security is a key concern when it comes to buying a safe. After all, a safe is not just a safe: don’t be swayed by the look of a safe before you make your purchase, as the true quality of a safe can’t be seen from the outside. Certified safes feature a sticker on the inside specifying the security level classification. You should also make sure that the safe bears the label of a recognised institute such as the VdS or ECB-S. This is the best way to ensure that it has been tested by a qualified certification body, found to be secure, and given the seal of approval in the form of a quality label.
In this section, we discuss the following points relating to safe security in more detail:
Of course you’re thinking about security, but you should also consider the legal framework for safes depending on how you are using them – for example, if you are interested in storing weapons or narcotics.
With this in mind, we have put together a selection of further legal information for you on the following pages:
We have called upon our many years of experience and the variety of queries received from our customers and prospective safe buyers to put together a list of the most essential and frequently asked questions in a dedicated FAQ zone just for you.
These include questions such as:
If you still can’t find the answers you’re looking for, then don’t hesitate to get in touch for a personal chat – we’re always happy to help!
Our “All about safes” section is where we’ve put together even more key points for you to consider when buying your safe, so be sure to take a look before making your purchase:
The official accreditation body VdS Schadenverhütung GmbH based in Cologne tests and certifies our secure storage units according to the latest Euro standards.
The ECB (European Certification Body) is a neutral and independent certification body of the European Security Systems Association e.V. (ESSA) with its registered office in Frankfurt am Main.
The network "Zuhause sicher" (safe at home) is a non-profit association based in Münster, which was founded by the police with the aim of working to improve crime prevention. The association is supported by authorities, companies and insurance companies, among others.
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