As the name suggests, having a safe is one of the ways of ensuring safety in homes, businesses, offices, hotels and any place where security can be compromised. Not all safes are the same, and one should understand what each safe does before they go shopping for one. There are different types of safes, and they do not all serve the same purpose. Some of the common types of safes include:

Fire Safe

This safe is built to protect documents and other important from fires and other natural disasters such as floods, tornadoes and house damage. They come in a variety of models and sizes depending on individual needs. They also have different levels of fire resistance. These safes can endure fire and extreme temperatures up to a certain duration of time. It can also be used to keep firearms and dangerous medication.

Burglary Safes

Compared to a fire safe, burglary safes are more sturdy. They are also heavier, and they are built with a focus to ensure that nobody can cut through it or break in. Their lock system is elaborate, and their design allows them to be concealed in most cases. Additionally, they are also more often than not fireproof and a little heavy. The more sophisticated ones may come with other features such as an alarm or secret camera activation when someone is trying to break into it.

Stand Alone Home Safe

The main material that is always used to make the stand-alone home safe is steel. This is because steel is heavy and hard to cut. This safe can even have some type of electric locks. Due to their weight, it is difficult for people to keep moving it around. Depending on size, it can be placed in any part of the house.

Wall Safe

This is a preferred choice for homeowners who want a safe place to keep valuables in their home. The wall safe is a good choice because it is not conspicuous and with good interior design, nobody can even know it is there. However, it may not be the correct choice for people who are working or living in a rented space. For better security, the wall safe can be concreted inside the area.

Floor Safe

As the name suggests, this safe is put in the floor of a building. The fact that they are well hidden and that not many people would imagine looking down to find a safe makes them safer. The limitation of this type of safe is that they can be tough to remove, so they can be problematic when changing houses or office. Their position also makes them likely to develop rust, especially if cleaning of the floor is always done using some water. Even though most banks advice that people use online and mobile options to make transactions, there are still people who feel safer having some cash around them. For such people, a floor safe would be a good option.

Gun Safes

These come in various sizes, and their main aim is to ensure nobody has access to your gun or firearm. They are always made to store guns of different sizes, and their strongest feature is always that they are tamper-proof. Some may be a little lighter with more cushioning in the safe to prevent movements of parts or bullets if it is loaded.

Jewelry Safe

This is considered one of the most common safes to be used in the house. Since they hold delicate products, attention is always given to the insides by making sure that the jewellery inside does not react to anything or get scratched/damaged in the safe.