Floor & Wall Safes
A built-in safe can be either anchored into the wall or the floor, respectively. This requires an architectural adjustment and is therefore often applied in new construction situations. Because a built-in safe is fully anchored, they are virtually impossible to steal.
It is a very safe solution so that the cheaper type of wall safe or floor safe quickly fall under a fairly high value storage. In addition, built-in safes are easier to hide, for example through a painting or a carpet.Read more Show less
Why a wall or underfloor safe?
Keeping your cash and valuables hidden away out of sight and secure is important to any homeowner or business. A wall or underfloor safe may then be the ideal choice for you.
Choosing the right safe with the correct insurance rating for your cash and valuables is important in your selection. At simplysafes we have underfloor and wall safes that range from £2000 (£20,000 valuables) right up to £6000 (£60,000 valuables).
We have the choice of a key lock, electronic lock or a combination lock in our underfloor/wall safe range, so it is vital to understand which lock type fits best with your needs on a daily basis.
Placing a built-in safe is not something that people can do themselves. The construction of the wall or floor in which the safe is placed should be taken into account. It is important that the installation of a floor or wall safe does not affect the carrying capacity of a floor or wall. It is an architectural adjustment that must be done correctly. Therefore, this should be done by a structural engineer or a recognized contractor.
If you have any questions relating to installation or any other queries, please don’t hesitate to contact our team.Read more Show less