A pharmacy in Manchester was unable to open their Rosengrens safe. We identified a small part had broken off inside the lock preventing the key from turning. It took a couple of hours to free up and extract the broken part and get the door to open but all done without any further damage to the the lock or safe. Professional safecracking in Manchester.
This Chubb safe in St Helens would not open once the key had unlocked the safe. We attended site and diagnosed a catastrophic failure with the internal boltwork which would require penetration to overcome. Several holes were drilled in this one to identify the exact point of the failure to get the door open. Once open the safe was repaired and put back into service on the same visit.
Our client in Lytham St Annes was unable to open this antique J.T. Smith safe even though he had a key. We were able to open it for him without damage and provide an estimate for servicing and repairs.
A retail store in Aintree were desperate to get into their safe to get change for their tills. The key would not open their SMP Community III safe so they called us to help. Once on site the problem was identified and resolved without damage and the safe was put back into service.
Our client in Southport had broken part of the key bit off their key and were unable to use the safe. We attended this one urgently due to the nature of their business and resolved the problem. New keys were provided and they were back in business!
A pub in Haydock couldn’t open their Churchill Extra under floor safe. Despite having the key the lid would not open for them so they called us. Having figured out the issue it was opened without damage and put straight back into service on the first visit.
Despite having two perfectly good keys this Brittannia under floor safe would not open. We were called to this job in Chorley as the owner could not open his safe. With a lot of patience we eventually got the heavily corroded safe lock to open without having to drill the lid. With the lid cleaned up and a new lock fitted we had it back in working order for the client.
This Securikey Protector safe had seen a lot of action at a petrol station in Cheshire. The handle was loose the boltwork sloppy and the key would only work if the wind was blowing in a certain direction. The owner saw sense and contacted us before it became locked shut and we agreed to give it a service. With a new set of keys and everything working as it should it can go back to work for plenty more years to come.
This Milners’ special safe was kept in a rather damp shed and when the owner passed the relatives were unable to open it. We got it open without any damage for the relieved relatives who could access the contents.
This Dreadnought under floor safe was aquired with a new house purchase several years ago, locked and without a key. During recent renovation works the key was found but the safe would still not open once it had been used. After troubleshooting over the phone we suspected a boltwork failure which the owner would not be able to resolve themselves. We therefore went out and opened it up for them confirming our initial diagnosis of the issue.