Choose and customize your safe based on your personal preferences. Be sure that the dimensions fit into the space in your home or business.
When you checkout, you’ll get in-home delivery on all safes to have our team install it in your home or business for you.
Our Austin and San Antonio locations are full educational showrooms staffed with safe pros to help guide you in making the correct safe purchase based on your needs, application and budget. We carry all of the highest quality safe products manufactured in the U.S.A. We are the Factory Authorized dealer for Liberty, Browning, American Security, Rhino and Vaultek Safe and Vault Products! Visit our showrooms Tuesday-Friday 10-5 and Saturday 10-3, or shop online 24-7! We offer nationwide shipping on most of our safe products. Texas Safe & Vault is the factory authorized Platinum dealer for Liberty Safes and Exclusive Browning Pro Series safe dealer for Central Texas. Want more info before ordering? Call to speak to one of our Safe Specialists.
A duplicate key/combination request form must be filled out and faxed along with a copy of the sales receipt. You can print a form from our website here and have the completed form faxed or mailed.
If the safe is equipped with an electronic lock refer to the “Changing Your Combination” instructions in this manual. The operating instructions for biometric locks are also included in your packet. If the safe is equipped with a mechanical dial lock you must contact us to have the combination reset.
Yes. In most cases, it’s both possible and highly recommended to bolt down your safe. Nearly all of our full-size safes include factory-installed anchor bolt hole. For clarity, simply read the description of the safe on our website and look for “anchor holes”.
Absolutely. One of the best parts of owning one of our safes is knowing that Safe & Vault offers the industries best service and sales support. Our Customer Service Team is dedicated to taking care of anything you need for as long as you own your safe!
We keep a standing stock of many of our safes in our showrooms. Visit our Austin or San Antonio showrooms Tues-Fri 10am-5pm and 10am-3pm on Saturdays.
A fire-safe must be heat resistant to the point it can keep an internal temperature of under 350°F in the case of a fire. Manufacturers use a variety of kinds of insulation to maintain that temperature. The minute-rating on a safe designates the amount of time the interior of the safe stays under 350°F when there is a fire directly outside. For example, a 60-minute fire-rating means the interior of the safe will stay under 350°F for up until 60 minutes.
Gun safes are resistant to most forms of damage. However, they do require basic maintenance to provide optimal security for as long as possible. We recommend taking the time to clean the exterior of your commercial or residential safe about once a month. Make sure you use a soft, non-abrasive cloth to wipe down the edges, handles, cracks and lock thoroughly. Annually, you should also lubricate the locking mechanisms annually using a manufacturer-approved grease.
You get what you pay for when you buy a gun safe. When you consider how much you’ve spent on the valuables you’re protecting with your safe, would you really want to buy a cheap one? To save on costs, foreign manufacturers use inferior materials. In contrast, our American-made safes are a lifetime investment with unmatched security and features. Contact us today to find out more about what makes our safes the best.
All Safe & Vault products are proudly made here in America. Does this make them better? We definitely think so. Not only do foreign-made products use inferior materials, but they are also produced with inadequate quality control. We also have pride in the fact that our products are made in the USA. We are proud to be an American safe manufacturer. We are proud to employ Americans in good jobs, produce the highest-quality gun safes, and back our safes with a lifetime warranty.
The placement of the hinge is mostly an aesthetic feature, an some prefer internal hinges for their appearance. Internal hinges can only open 90° and external hinges can open up to 180°, but this yields no difference in the security of the safe. For vault doors, internal hinges narrow the usable space inside of the safe.
There are three main types of locks for safes. Rotating dial locks, digital locks, and fingerprint locks. All three offer a high degree of security, but each has its own advantages. Rotating dial locks, or traditional dial combination locks, are still the most reliable all-around locks. However, advancements in electronic and digital locks now make them the new standard for offering the absolute best security. These digital locks are quick to open and can have multiple users and combinations at once. Our digital locks come with features that make picking them nearly impossible, even shutting down temporarily if someone attempts to pick them. Fingerprint locks, also known as biometric locks, are the fastest way to gain access to a safe. They’re a popular use for storm shelter vault safes and for families with children who have trouble opening other types of locks.
UL stands for Underwriters Laboratories, an independent organization dedicated to education about the safety and performance of products in a wide spectrum of industries. UL has been testing and rating products for over 100 years, evaluating nearly 20,000 products annually. The UL rating is an indicator of high product quality and certification of safety. When you see the UL certification mark on our safes, it signifies it has gone through rigorous testing and meets UL standards.
Our general rule on modern construction is once a safe is over 1,000 pounds, it should be placed on the ground floor. This has more to do with getting the safe up the stairs going up to the second floor than the floor itself. Any floor that can support a bathtub full of water can support all but the largest commercial-size safes since the weight is about the same. However, just because you can put your safe on the second floor, doesn’t mean you should. Getting a safe to the second floor without damaging your property is no guarantee. Bolting down safes on second floors is also problematic for a number of reasons.
Returned merchandise must be unopened and in good condition. Merchandise may not be returned without our prior approval and the issuance of a Returned Goods Authorization (RGA). When returned, goods and their cartons must be in unused, resale-able condition. All returns are subject to our inspection and approval and a reasonable handling charge. Non-stock, special order items, modified, or cut to size per order are not returnable. To return goods, call 512-989-3744 or send us an e-mail.
The customer will pay all freight on returns.
No returns will be accepted after 10 days of receipt. No returns on ANY electrical products.
A restocking fee for undamaged returns will be charged for 15% of the merchandise cost.
If the merchandise you receive is damaged, you must contact the freight carrier for reconciliation. Please inspect all merchandise before signing for it.
Refunds will be via company check, within 15 days of cancellation or return of goods.
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