A safe must also be anchored to prevent it from being easily taken along. According to the European Standard for burglar-resistant safes, a safe lighter than 1000 kg must be anchored. Anchoring is not complex, but must be carried out correctly to achieve good adhesion. In addition, many insurers require the installation and anchoring to be carried out by a recognized and certified installer.
Professional Installation of your Safe
A safe weighing more than 100 kg is no exception. If it then has to be brought up via a spiral staircase, this is a job not to be underestimated. A safe, like a washing machine, does not have ridges or legs that provide grip, making it easier to lift. Incidentally, we strongly advise against lifting
Anchoring well, a necessity for every safe!
Regardless of the weight, we always recommend anchoring your safe. This prevents the safe from being taken from you. A well-anchored safe is an absolute necessity for light and medium-weight safes. The European standard even prescribes that all burglar-resistant safes up to 1000 kg must be prop
DIY: How to Secure a Safe
Positioning and securing a safe yourself is possible with the right knowledge and tools . The lighter safes in particular are not that difficult to position and bolt down yourself. Read on for supplies and step-by-step instructions. Supplies needed to install a safe yourself Imp