Securikey Safe Cracking

Securikey Safe Cracking

This Securikey Euro Grade 0 safe had not yet been used after installation before the keys were lost. We picked the lock open and supplied the owner with a new set of keys. Our non-destructive opening left no sign of our visit and the safe is still as good as the day it left the factory.

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Fort Knox Safe Cracking

Fort Knox Safe Cracking

This Fort Knox Standard underfloor safe was discovered by a homeowner in Preston during renovations. We were called in to open it after the builder had made attempts to dig it out of the ground. The safe was in remarkably good condition and despite a few small stones in the lock we had no problems picking it open to reveal the contents. If you need a safecracker in Preston then give us a call.

Secureline Safe Lost Keys

Secureline Safe Lost Keys

We were called to an ex-church building in Wigan to open this Secureline safe with lost keys. The Church had vacated the building which was now occupied by another group but some baptismal records had gone missing which were required urgently to allow a gentleman to be married that week. The hope was that they had been left in the safe. Having picked open the safe lock we are pleased to say that the records were safe inside and the wedding could proceed as planned.

Chubb Office Quality Safe Opening Lost Keys

Chubb Office Quality Safe Opening Lost Keys

Chubb Office Quality safe opening in Wigan, Greater Manchester. When a Wigan business lost the key to their Chubb safe they called us to save the day. With no commercial pick available for the rare lock found on this safe we were forced to make a tool for the job. The lock put up a good fight but we beat it eventually and with new keys made the safe was put back into use.

Stratford Sterling Key Broken In Lock

Stratford Sterling Key Broken In Lock

A pleasant trip to the seaside to look at this Stratford safe in Lytham St Annes on the Fylde coast of Lancashire. The reported problem was that a bit of the key had snapped off in the lock and indeed we found several pieces of key bit wedged inside it. Extracting the broken pieces was a bit of a fiddle in the confined space in front of the safe but we got them out eventually. The lock had half opened but wouldn’t open far enough to allow us to open the door which is why the key had been forced and broken. With a bit of patience we were able to free the blockage and get the door open without having to drill the safe. With the door open we were able to fix the mechanism and put the safe back into service.