A nice local job for us at a hotel in Lancashire. New owners had found this Fort Knox safe whilst re-carpeting and didn’t have any keys for it. We got to site, picked it open and were on our way home within an hour of the call. Being so local we decided to service and re-key it back in the workshop.
A short trip to Warrington to open this Stratford Sterling safe with lost keys. The high security nine lever lock was skilfully picked open by our safe locksmith to recover the contents for the client. No drilling or destructive entry methods from our expert safe cracker. If you need a safe professionally opening in Warrington then give us a call.
The key and combination were lost for this Cock safe in Rugeley, Staffordshire. We travelled down on a Sunday to avoid the traffic and to get the job done at a convenient time for the client. We picked open the key lock and with a bit of combination lock manipulation we had the door open without any damage. If you need a safe engineer or safe locksmith in Staffordshire then please get in touch for a no fuss service.
The keys to this Radway Ambassador and another safe were lost during an office move. We attended the office in Warrington, picked the lock open and supplied a new set of keys. All work carried out in a single visit with locks from stock minimising business interruption.
We were called to a school in Liverpool to open this Sentry T6-331 safe as the batteries had gone flat. We were able to open it non-destructively and changed the batteries for them.
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.
When the key was lost to this Milner safe in Lytham, Lancashire we arranged to do the safe opening early evening to fit in with their work schedule. With the safe opened there was no need for replacement keys to be made at the moment but we will be back to this in the new year when the client is ready.
The combination had been lost to this Dudley safe at a business in Northwich, Cheshire. We opened the safe by manipulation so as not to cause any damage and reset the combination. If you need a safe cracker in Cheshire then please give us a call.
When we received the picture of this Fort Knox safe in Liverpool we could tell from the lack of handle and the amount of rust that it would probably not be an easy opening. Looking into the lock with scopes showed a large amount of rust and crud, so much so in fact that we could not determine if the lock was open or not. The lid was rusted solid so before we started hammering away trying to free the lid it was important to ensure that it was unlocked. After some time cleaning out the lock we could finally see that it was indeed unlocked and we could use the ‘Big hammer’ to free the lid. Being in a cellar and given the level of rust we weren’t surprised to see that the safe was full of murky water once opened.
When the keys were lost to this Fort Knox underfloor safe the owner required a Liverpool safecracker to sort out the problem. Luckily he called Paladin as we are local and highly experienced in safe openings. Our safecracker picked open the safe, serviced the lock and lid and made a new set of keys. If you need a safecracker in Liverpool then give us a call for a professional safe opening service.