This Dreadnought Dauntless under floor safe would not open despite them having the key. We correctly identified a boltwork failure over the telephone and gave our quote to open and repair the safe. Once on site we were able to confirm our suspicions, get it open and back into action.
This Church Tabernacle had become very difficult to operate after many years of service. We completeley stripped down the lock, replaced all the worn parts and provided a new set of keys.
We were called to open this CSS safe for a client in Warrington. The Sargent and Greenleaf electronic lock would accept the combination but refused to open. The failed lock was opened and replaced.
For our first safe opening of 2019 we were called to unlock this Super Dreadnought under floor safe as the key had allegedly been put down the deposit chute. A sneak peak at the contents with our scopes couldn’t see the key so we picked the lock open for them to retrieve it. Turns out that the key wasn’t in there so we will be servicing it and making new keys.
We were called to this Phoenix safe in Wigan today as the handle would not retract the bolts so they could not shut and lock the door. The safe has a spring loaded self locking mechanism which due to lack of service had detached itself and blocked the boltwork. The fault was repaired and the safe put back into service.
We were called to this Chubb Eurosafe at a pub in Bootle, Merseyside as they could not get it open despite having the key. They had been struggling to lock and unlock it for some time and today it had completely jammed up. After a good fight we got it open one last time and decided that the lock was long overdue retirement so we changed it for a newer model.
The staff at a store in Liverpool were unable to open this internal coffer of a grade 3 safe as the La Gard keypad had detached from the safe. We were able to open the coffer nondestructively and replaced the keypad.
Failed La Gard digital lock on this Bluedot deposit safe in Wigan opened through the spindle hole. No loss of integrity to the container and safe back in service after fitting a replacement lock.
The code would not work on this Screwfix digital safe and the override keys had been lost. We attended the job in St Helens, Merseyside and picked the override lock to open the safe. We replaced the lock and provided a new set of keys as well as a fresh set of batteries.
This Rottner Comsafe Monaco safe would not open despite the customer having a working key. We made the trip up to Cleveleys in Lancashire and identified the issue as a disconnected bolt which we were able to resolve and opened it without any damage. Having reconnected the boltwork we put the safe back into service for another very happy customer.