A pub in North Wales were having problems with this Master Lock safe, the keypad had become unresponsive and they had lost the override keys. We opened the safe non destructively so that they can continue to use it.
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.
The override key was not available for this Yale safe and the batteries did not have enough power to open it. The business in Skelmersdale needed access to the contents today so we attended site and opened it for them. With a change of batteries it was put back into service.
Flat batteries on this safe in St Helens meant that the owner could not gain access to a room in the house as the key was locked inside the safe. We attended and had the safe open within thirty minutes of receiving the call. If you need a safe locksmith urgently then give us a call.
The batteries had gone flat on this Keyguard Security safe at a retail shop in Liverpool. These safes have a key override but the key was not available so we attended and picked the lock open for them.
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 Smith & Locke 25BLG safe was acquired by a Skelmersdale business after the closure of one of their other offices. For GDPR data protection reasons they needed to ensure that there was nothing inside but they did not have the combination. Having called us, we were able to open it up without damage to satisfy their legal obligations and they also had a usable safe.
The owner of this Digital home safe in Ormskirk, Lancashire could not open his safe. The last time it was opened it seemed that the batteries were flat so he changed them and locked it up again. Unfortunately the digital lock would no longer open the safe and the key had been lost. We arrived on site twenty minutes after receiving the call and had it open within a couple of minutes. We tested the batteries which all showed to have sufficient power and had to advise that it was beyond economical repair due to the low cost of a new unit and the lack of availability of spare parts.
The batteries had run out of power on this Yale digital safe at a home in Prescot, Liverpool. The keys were also with a family member who was out of the country so they had no way of opening it. We attended and opened it for them without causing any damage so that the batteries could be changed and the key would still work when it was available again.
The batteries had run out and the there was no override key for this Sentry X075 safe at a pub in Oldham. They had been told by another company that the safe would need to be drilled open and replaced. We disagreed and advised that we could pick the lock open without damage to the lock or safe. This is exactly what we did and had the safe back in service within five minutes of arriving on site.
Whilst it’s true that some locks and safes may require the use of a drill to open it is always our mission to open them non-destructively wherever possible. We train hard and have all the latest safe opening equipment to ensure that we can repeatedly provide the best service to our clients.
If you have been told that your safe requires drilling in order to open it then please give us a call for a second opinion.