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 owners couldn’t open this Sentry MS0200 fire Safe with the combination that they had used for years. We attended the job in Aughton, Lancashire and opened it up for them.
The keys had been lost to this Sentry F2300 Waterproof Fire Chest in Ashton-in-Makerfield. We attended the private residence and opened it without damage so that the owners could retrieve their documents.
The keypad on this Sentry S3817 safe at an office in Bolton had stopped working so the staff were unable to open it. As our first safe opening of 2017 we were happy to get out of the office and were on site within 2 hours of receiving the call. Once on site we repaired the damaged keypad and had the safe open and back in service in no time at all.
We received a call to open this Sentry safe with lost keys in Denbigh, Wales. The picture shows how we found the safe with a broken electronic lock and handle. We picked the lock open but with no handle to retract the boltwork we had to deal with that a different way but the owner was upgrading to a newer safe anyway and only required it opening so no repairs were necessary.
The key had been accidentally locked inside this Sentry safe at a Solicitors office in Liverpool. The contents were required for them to start their business first thing in the morning so we agreed to go out immediately and open it for them ready for the next day. Once on site we picked the lock open so that the safe could be put straight back into service once the keys were retrieved from inside. The whole thing from the initial call to the safe being opened took less than an hour, now how’s that for service!
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.
We received an emergency call to open this Sentry CSW4747 fire safe in Warrington. The owner was due to take a flight today and his passport was inside the safe which refused to open with the key and correct combination. We attended the job and had it open within the hour.
This Sentry OA5835 safe in Winwick would not open with the correct key and combination. The electronic lock said that the safe was open but the handle would still not push down to open the safe. We opened the safe without any damage so that the owner could withdraw their important documents prior to a house move.
The owners had forgotten the combination to this Sentry fire safe with a combination lock in Ormskirk. We determined the combination in a short space of time and opened it without any damage.