Buying the Best Rated Burglary Safe from First Security Safe
Choosing a Burglary Resistant Safe
First Security Safe has provided the best selection of burglary safes and high security safes since 1922. Located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, we have the largest inventory of safes and the largest and most complete showroom in the country. Come visit us to see the wide ranging selection of premium safes for all your home or commercial security needs.
We specialize in burglary rated safes, fire and burglary rated safes, high security safes such as the TL 15, TL 30, TL 30×6, & TRTL 30×6 rated safes, fire-proof file cabinets, data safes and GSA-approved file cabinets.
We feature high security safes, banker’s safes, jewelry safes, jeweler safes, fire rated safes, safes within file cabinets, and small fire and burglary rated home safes of all sizes and price ranges.
We also have wall safes, floor safes, cash boxes, cash drawers, data safes, gun safes and depository safes.
Things to look for when shopping for a premium safe include a heavy door and walls made from solid metals that are difficult for potential thieves to penetrate. Both will be hard to drill, cut, pry or torch to gain entry into the safe.
A safe can be rated in two ways. One is by a class rating for 1 to 5 based on the thickness of the safe door and its walls. A safe with a rating of 3 to 5 is considered high security.
The other and most common way a safe is rated is by the UL rating given by the Underwriters Laboratory. Each rating is based on how long a safe is impervious to attack. This rating is 15 minutes to one hour.
A safe can also be rated as tool resistant (TL), or torch resistant (TR). A safe that is rated as TRTL is both torch and tool resistant.
Commercial jewelers, banking and financial institutions will very often have safes that are rated as TRTL 30×6, which designate them as the best possible security against attack.
For a home safe to be an excellent burglary rated safe, first consider what you are storing and that will determine the type of safe to purchase. For important paper documents and money, a fireproof safe with doors and walls made from composite materials that are heat and fire resistant will protect these items.
If you are storing jewelry, select a safe with a steel solid door that is at least ½ inch thick and with safe walls of at least ¼ inch thickness that will deter a potential thief’s common assaults of drilling, cutting, torching or prying.
No matter what your specific security need is, we are confident we will have something in our wide-ranging inventory of burglary rated safes to provide you with the best option. Our clients include private individuals as well as corporate clients in the federal and state government, correctional institutions, banking and financial institutions, large-scale commercial jewelers, and universities. Our long-standing reputation of top quality high security safe inventory and customer service has enabled us to sustain this kind of clientele. We are happy to help every client find the best value possible for their security needs.