What size safe should I buy? The safe and vault industry has fielded this question many times. Most people don’t realize the amount of precious, valuable and irreplaceable items they possess. When you stop to think about it, you may come to the realization that you have more than you previously thought. Most people think of a size that in their mind may be sufficient. In reality, they purchase a safe that is way too small to accommodate all of their valuables.
There is an old adage in the industry... don't fall into that category “I love my safe but it’s too small." This statement is made by the majority of safe owners soon after they fill their safes. Please consider a safe one or even to sizes larger than you visualize. Consider where you want to place the safe and space limitations. Also consider fast access to the contents in the event of an emergency.
So when making your final decision to purchase your safe do your research and purchase one that will not only accommodate all of your valuables, but also give you the extra room needed for future growth as you acquire more valuables and articles to protect. Consider the following items you may wish to store before making your purchase: Firearms - Long Guns, Pistols, Handguns, SBR's, Ammunition, Knife Collections, Prescription Medications, Jewelry, Diamonds, Cash, Passports, Travel Tickets, Deeds, Contracts, Stocks and Bonds, Precious Metals - Gold and Silver, Family Silverware, Insurance Policies, Stun Guns, Extra sets of Keys, Coin Collections, Baseball and Football Card Collections, Stamp Collections, Software, Birth Certificates, Laptop Computers, Computer Discs, Computer Memory Sticks, iPads, Diaries, Rare Books, Collectable Wine and Liquor, Family Heirlooms, Family Photos and Film Negatives, Geneology Records, Wedding Photographs, Business Records, Baseball Memorabilia, Art Collections, Fishing Rods and Reels, Antique Musical Instruments, Comic Book Collections, Tax Records and more.