Below are some of the most frequently asked questions we get about safes and service
The type of safe that is right for you depends on many factors. One of the first things to determine when trying to figure out what safe you should purchase is if the safe will be for your home or business. Another piece of information to consider is the value of the items which will be placed into the safe. At this time, you may also consider determining the size of your safe. We recommend getting a safe slightly larger than what you think you might need for important items you may be forgetting or for future items obtained. Wilson Safe has over 30 categories of products that we offer. This simple information helps us to narrow down the scope of what is right for you. If you are looking for a home safe, categories like fire safes, burglar/fire safes, gun safes, floor safes and data/media safes are all right for you. You may also consider our unique line of luxury and high security safes if you're looking to secure things like jewelry. For a business, you would want to look for categories such as depository safes, B and C rate chests, high security safes, and smart safes. We even offer safes for specific business types such as medical centers, banks, and movie theaters. The tab labeled "Safes and Vaults" at the top of this page is a great place to begin. Finding the right safe can be confusing. Feel free to call us, send an e-mail, or use our live chat feature.
Buying a safe is a serious decision which we do not take lightly. When buying a safe, be certain that you'll be in good hands not only during the purchase process but throughout the entire life of the safe. Wilson Safe Company has been in business since 1905. Our vast range of knowledge and experience allows us to offer quality products at affordable prices. Aside from our great product, the Wilson Safe service team includes 24/7 service/support including a call center, vehicle fleet, and staff with years of training and experience. This unique combination makes Wilson Safe Company an ideal choice when buying a safe.
Our fire safes provide a level of fire protection that is rated. In fact, our fire safes are the highest rated fire safes available. Although our fire safes are burglar resistant, they are not rated like burglar and fire safes are. A burglar and fire safe will give you a fire and a burglar rating.
Your lock selection for your safe is truly a matter of preference. There are some advantages and disadvantages to each. One of the biggest reasons people like electronic locks is because they are much faster to access. A simple 6 digit code is faster than operating a dial lock. Electronic keypads are also very user friendly. The downside of electronic locks is that they do require some maintenance. If you forget your combination or enter the wrong code too many times, the safe will lockout, not allowing you to enter any additional codes for some time. Although, some look at this as a security feature. Electronic locks also cost more money than dial locks as well. Dial locks have been around for over 100 years so they are very secure and reliable. With the proper care and service, dial combination locks have proven to last a very long time. Dial locks can be more difficult for elderly people to operate or individuals that have bad hands. Dial locks will require a professional to change the combination and they are also not as easy to open as electronic or fingerprint safes.
The fire rating of your safe obviously depends on the type of safe you have. Our fire safes are the highest rated fire safe available. They can easily withstand 1,832 degree temperatures for at least one hour. Our larger safes have an increased fire rating from 1.5 to 2 hours. Our data safes are rated the same as our fire safes. They are designed to keep internal temperatures below certain levels in order to protect electronics. Our gun safes also have a fire rating. Gun safes are rated for 20 minutes to 1 hour and 15 minutes at 1200 to 1400 degrees. The ratings of these are specific for each safe. At the top of our website, you will see a tab called safes and vaults. In this section, you will be able to select the type of safe you are looking for and get the ratings, sizes, and options for each.
Yes. Wilson Safe has over 100 years of experience outfitting entire businesses. Our vast level of experience can easily ensure the most secure situation for your business. The following are just some of the many businesses Wilson Safe has had experience securing. - Bars and restaurants - Pharmacy and hospital facilities - Military/government buildings - Banks/financial institutions - Jewelry stores - Movie theaters - Gaming institutions
Our safes are made out of high quality materials such as steel and other heavy duty materials that are designed to repel fire and burglary threats all while protecting your precious valuables and treasures. We cut no corners. None of our products are constructed of a plastic material like some of our competitors. Here is just one example. Our fire safes are the highest rated fire safes available. Some companies may say that their safe is fire rated when in fact the rating may not be very good or suitable for your specific application. Obviously, a fire rating of 1,832 degrees for 2 hours is better than a fire rating of 350 degrees for 30 minutes. It is important pieces of information such as this that need to be considered when making a safe purchase. Wilson Safe is also a full service company. This means that if you should ever have a problem or issue, you have a number to call for help. When you purchase a safe from us, you are not only just buying a safe. What you are buying along with your safe is a 24/7 support company with 115 years of experience.
Wilson Safe is a full service, support, and solutions company. Getting help is simple and easy. Simply call (800) 345 - 8053 or go to the service tab on our website to fill out a service form. A member of our service department will work hard to respond to your request as soon as possible.
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