This Securikey Safeguard underfloor safe was discovered by the new owners of a home in Warrington. With no keys they had no way of telling what was inside. The curiosity caused them to contact us to get it open for them. The safe lock was picked open for them to reveal……
The new owners of a house in Bolton discovered this Securikey Safeguard under floor safe and wanted to be able to use it. We opened the safe and provided a new set of keys.
This Securikey Euro Grade 0 safe had not yet been used after installation before the keys were lost. We picked the lock open and supplied the owner with a new set of keys. Our non-destructive opening left no sign of our visit and the safe is still as good as the day it left the factory.
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The new owners of a home in Goostrey, Cheshire found this locked Securikey under floor safe and wanted to put it to use. We picked it open and fitted a replacement lock with a new set of keys.
The keys had been lost to this Securikey Safeguard under floor safe in Ramsbottom. We attended the job the same evening as the call came in as it urgently required opening. Having picked the lock open we rekeyed it to provide a new set of keys.
Despite having two keys the owner could not gain access to her Securikey Premier safe at her home in Knutsford, Cheshire. We attended her home and opened it nondestructively.
The key to this safe at a museum in Manchester was stuck in the lock and they could not open the door. We attended the site and got it open without any damage or fuss enabling them to carry on with their daily business.
This Securikey Safeguard under floor safe was discovered by the owner after ten years of living at the house. This meant that it hadn’t been opened for over ten years, it was missing it’s handle and it had a snapped key jammed in the keyway so this was never going to be an easy opening.
With very little of the key to grab on to and it being rusted in the key guide we had a big fight just to get it out. Once extracted we could take a good look into the lock but what we saw was rust and slime, we tried to pick it but nothing at all was moving so not even the correct key would have opened it. With a lot of persuasion we got it open to discover that it was completely full of water so no wonder it had seized up so badly.