The escutcheon on this old safe read “Unpickable Lock”. I love it when people tell me I can’t do something, it’s like waving a red flag in front of a bull. I made the trip up to Preston and picked the lock open for the customer.
We were passed this job in Wigan by a locksmith who was struggling to get it open. The Church were unable to open it despite having a key. We were able to open it non destructively and made a new set of keys for them as the originals were very worn. If you need a safe cracker in Wigan then please get in touch.
The keys to this J. Cartwright safe had been accidentally thrown away. We were called to the job in Parbold, Lancashire and picked open the lock for the owner.
We were called to open this lovely old Samuel Withers safe in Wales as part of the key had broken in the lock. We extracted the offending part and opened the safe non destructively.
Safecracking in Blackpool to open this antique J. Cartwright & Son safe for a church. Our Safecracker had it open in no time and with no damage to the safe. If you have a safe that needs opening in Blackpool or the North West of England then give us a call.
The keys to this Cyrus Price safe were unfortunately stolen whilst the family were on holiday. Once home they called us to open it and provide a new set of keys.
The Sandwell Security safe by T. Withers & Sons Ltd West Bromwich, in very good condition but the keys had been lost. We attended this job in Poulton-le-Fylde and picked open both the main door and the internal drawer locks.
T. Withers & Sons Ltd were established in 1856 and were makers to His Majesty’s Post Office and leading banks of Great Britain.
We had the pleasure of working on this old John & Josh Taunton Safe today. The keys had been lost and we were called to open it up at a residence in Allerton, Liverpool.
The contents of this J. Cartwright & Son Safe were urgently required for a holiday and the keys could not be found. We attended the residence in Penwortham, Lancashire within a couple of hours of the call and picked open the outer door and internal draw lock. Our nondestructive entry methods left the safe in the same condition as we found it (Other than it being open) which will allow the customer to carry on using it once the keys are found.