Milners ‘Special Safe’ opened on a building site in Liverpool. Some jobs are dirtier than others but a bit of dust and a building being demolished with no light or power doesn’t stop us.
There will be very few people going to the pub today since they have been forced to close due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Taking all necessary precautions we were able to attend this job at a pub in Preston. The keys were lost to this Burton safe and the pub needed to bank their last takings. The lock was picked open non-destructively and they are hoping the keys will turn up before they are able to re-open for business.
This Fort Knox safe in Chorley, Lancashire had been attacked prior to us attending. None of the visible holes in the lid were made by us. The history is unclear as it was found by the new owners of the house who were curious as to what was inside. Despite the damage we were able to open the lid for the client.
Safecracking in Shropshire today to open this lovely old Samuel Withers safe with lost keys. Safe opened so the contents could be retrieved by the family. If you need a safecracker in Shropshire then please give us a call.
With all the keys lost to this Peter Allyson Keepsafe safe, we were called to do what we do best. The lock was picked open and replaced for another happy customer in Manchester.
Have you lost the keys or can’t open your Brattonsound gun cabinet? We can help like we did for this one in Lancaster. With both the external and internal locks professionally picked open and replaced you wouldn’t know we had been there. Gun cabinet back to working order and ready for inspection within hours of calling us. All locks kept in stock for a single visit no fuss service.
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.
Our client had lost the keys to his Brattonsound gun cabinet and required a professional opening and replacement keys. We attended the job in Manchester and picked open both the external double bitted lock and the ammunition safe lock inside. Both locks were replaced and new keys supplied. The client commented that the cabinet operated smoother than it ever had.
These two SMP safes were locked shut and needed removing as part of a shop refurbishment in Chester. The safes were bolted to the floor so required opening prior to moving. We picked the locks open on both the safes for the client.
The keys had been lost to this Leabank Royal Safe at a chemical plant in Wales. We picked the lock open and provided a new set of keys so the safe could continue to be used.