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Curious How to Change a Safe Combination?
A routine combination change for you safe is highly recommended to maintain the highest level of security for your valuable property. Some safes offer simple combination changes you can do yourself by following manufacturer instructions. Check with the manufacturer and remember to have your serial number handy. In some cases, calling a locksmith is the only way you can reset or change the combination on your safe lock.
If you’re unable to do this on your own, immediately contact a professional locksmith for assistance. Your local locksmith will gladly guide you through the process or determine if your safe requires our expert services for combination changes. The more complex the safe, the more likely it is you’ll need a trained locksmith to visit for a speedy and inexpensive combination change service.
Safe locksmiths registered with 1800Unlocks.com possess the correct tools and expertise to both change your combination and perform routine maintenance to make sure your safe continues to provide the security you expect.
Your home or business safe can be easily compromised by not changing the combination occasionally. Don’t take the risk of someone obtaining you combination and gaining access to valuable property or critical documents. If you haven’t changed the combination on your safe recently, contact a local locksmith today for a free quote on this important service.
Combination Safe Cracking
The reason you need to service your combination safe lock regularly is because fly wheels can wear out over time. A minute change can cause your safe to remain locked, even if you enter the correct combination. A professional locksmith can use certain skills such as combination safe cracking to dial your safe open, although it may need to be drilled and unlocked by other means. When and if a locksmith drills your safe, we can let you know if the hole can be repaired so that the safe appears to have never had any work done to it.
Sentry Safe Combination
Did you lose the combination to your Sentry Safe? Sentry Safes are one of the most common safes in America. Combination codes and key codes can generally be retrieved from the safe manufacturer via a professional ALOA locksmith. There is a cost involved, but it is less than drilling your safe or buy a new safe.