The executor of a deceased estate in Ainsdale could not find the key to this Fort Knox safe and called us to open it. We picked the lock open so that he could retrieve the contents.
Fort Knox Sterling safe with lost keys opened for a client in Burscough, Lancashire.
Another safe discovered after living in a property for many years. We were called to open this Fort Knox underfloor safe with a Sargent and Greenleaf three wheel hand change lock. With no idea of the combination the three numbers were teased from the lock by a process of manipulation in order to open it with no damage.
The owner of this Fort Knox under floor safe could not get it open as the combination was safely in Australia with no way of retrieving it. The combination was determined to open it with no damage to the safe.
Lost keys to this Fort Knox Exchequer safe meant the owner could not retrieve the contents. We attended the job in Preston and opened it for them. Once open, a new set of keys was provided so they could still use the safe. If you need a safe cracker in Preston then please give us a call.
The owner had lost the keys to this Fort Knox (Russell Hare Ltd) safe and called for our help. We opened the safe and provided a new set of keys.
Fort Knox Standard safe opened for a client in Maghull. The safe had been overfilled and the contents were preventing the lid from rotating in order to open it. Safe opened without any damage in this instance but a good warning to always leave enough room for the door or lid to operate.
The keys were lost to this Fort Knox underfloor safe at a property in Birkenhead. The lock was picked open in cramped conditions and new keys provided for the owner.
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.
Fort knox underfloor safe picked open. Neither of the keys which I was told were 100% the right ones would work despite some effort. Luckily we don’t need keys!