Another company advised that the relocking devices had fired on this Chubb safe and it would need drilling open. We correctly diagnosed that the combination lock which they had never used and didn’t have the code for was locked. After manipulating the combination lock to determine the code the key opened the safe as it always had. No drilling required and a significant cost saving for the customer, feel free to phone us for a second opinion.
A pub in Stoke-on-Trent lost their safe keys during refurbishment. Luckily they employed the services of a professional safe cracker who picked open the safes key lock without having to damage it. Once open we were able to supply a new set of keys ready for the grand reopening.
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.
We were called to an historic Elizabethan house in Cheshire as the owner had lost the keys to this Chubb Commerce Safe. The lock was picked open and new keys were supplied.
This Chubb Record Protection Cabinet (RPC) was another safe we had to open for a client in Halifax. Once again, despite having the keys the cabinet would not open without a bit of Paladin magic to release the lock and swing the heavily rusted door open.
We were called to this Chubb fire tested cabinet near Halifax, West Yorkshire as the owner could not get it open after being in storage for a number of years and he now needed to retrieve the contents. Despite having the keys the cabinet would not open without a bit of Paladin magic to release the lock and swing the heavily rusted door open.
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.
We were called to open this Chubb TDR safe for a client in Ormskirk, the story was that the key had been stuck but they had managed to get it out. Once on site we found a broken key stem and no key bit so we proceeded to open the safe none destructively. Once open we found the key bit inside the back pan. Nice to see a quality safe from the days when engineering was all about quality and not price.