Choosing a Burg Wachter safe is perhaps a little more difficult than you think with an all encompassing range which includes entry level models designed for home or casual office use, right up to models approved by the AiS for insurance use as well as high end gun safes.
For those looking for an entry level which is superior to other brands they have the PointSafe models which are designed for use as free standing or to be built into a wall. They come in a variety of different non-standard sizes which is another benefit over other manufacturers and with either a key or electronic lock.
If you want a safe with a bit more protection and a double walled body there is the popular HomeSafe range which is available in 2 sizes and two different locking options to consider while there is also the CityLine range. These models are available in light grey the same sizes as the HomeSafe range but include an upgraded key lock, electronic lock and also a finger print option. Both these ranges are recommended to a cash rating of £2,000 for overnight storage or £20,000 for valuables - please check with your insurer prior to purchase.
If you need a safe which is approved by the AiS for insurance use there is also a wide selection to choose from with the Combi-Line offering a cash rating of £4,000, 30 minutes fire protection for paper and has a solid construction. Other ranges include the Karat and Diplomat which are cash rated to £6,000 and £10,000 respectively and come in free standing or to be fitted into a wall models depending on your requirements. in addition if you need to store guns securely and want a safe with a higher specification then look no further than the Ranger models with the electronic option available being also a fingerprint lock.
Burg are a family run company and has been established for 90 years with knowledge developed and passed on from the different generations. Free UK mainland delivery is included on all models as well as professional installation on heavier safes which will need delivered using a specialist.