The keys to this Dudley safe had been stolen during a robbery at a Preston business. We were called in to open it and to change the lock.
We were recommended this job by another locksmith who had been out to look at it but couldn’t help. The key had snapped off in the lock and although he had a spare key he couldn’t get it into the lock. We were able to extract the broken key to open the cabinet and suppy a new set of keys. These locks are one of many that we keep in stock so that jobs like this can be done in an emergency.
This Securikey Safeguard underfloor safe was discovered by the new owners of a home in Warrington. With no keys they had no way of telling what was inside. The curiosity caused them to contact us to get it open for them. The safe lock was picked open for them to reveal……
Fort Knox Standard safe picked open in Rawtenstall, Lancashire. Safe was discovered by the new homeowners who wanted to be able to use it so we also supplied a new set of keys.
Chubb Lichfield safe at a pub in Preston wouldn’t open with the key despite our usual magic tricks and secret jiggles. Lock picked open and replaced with a less error prone solution.
SMP Wessex safe opened for the new owners of a pub in Merseyside. New keys supplied so that the safe can be used again. Note our little prop on the top? It seems most of our customers expect us to blow up their safe so we’ve invested heavily in toy dynamite to keep them happy 🙂
Milners’ safe with lost keys opened in Warrington. Eight lever lock picked open nondestructively by your friendly neighborhood safecracker.
A trip down to lovely North Wales to open this Burg Wachter Office Line safe with Secutronic lock. The electronics had failed some time ago and they made alternative arangements for locking it by means of a padlock. A new member of staff accidentally locked the electronic lock however and they were then unable to open it. We were able to open the safe for them and they were going to replace it so did not require us to repair it.
This Burton Consort Safe contained all the keys to the exhibits at a Cheshire Museum. When the safe refused to open they were forced to close the attraction for the day. We were eventually contacted to get the safe open so that they could reopen on Monday.
Who do you call when the only key to your strongroom breaks on a Saturday night? Paladin Safe Services of course! With access urgently required by Monday morning we agreed to head up there straight away to relieve our customers stress. Another very happy customer and safe engineer.