With a failed electronic combination lock on their SMP Community safe our client was unable to open their safe. We attended the job in Liverpool to open and replace the lock.
SMP Community grade 3 safe with lost combination opened in a currency exchange office in Skelmersdale. Another example of a nondestructive entry using highly specialised and expensive tools. We invest heavily in the latest equipment and training to provide you with the best possible service. If you need a professional safecracker then please get in touch.
When the keys were lost to this SMP Databond safe they had no way of opening their safe. They called us to get it open and we picked open the keylock to retain the data safes fire rating.
This SMP safe was inherited by the new managers of a pub in Chester. Unfortunately it was locked and didn’t come with the combination. Rather than go to the expense of a new safe they called us to open it. We were able to determine the locks secret combination to open it nondestructively. We then set it to a code of their choosing. Professional safecracking in Chester.
With an unknown combination to their safe they were unable to open it even though they had a key. We attended the job in Morecambe and determined the combination to open the safe nondestructively. If you need a professional safecracker in the Morecambe / Lancaster area then please give us a call.
‘Withy Grove Stores’ SMP safe opened in Manchester. Wouldn’t open on the correct combination but a bit of dialling diagnostics had the safe open and working again without any damage.
SMP Wessex safe opened for the new owners of a pub in Merseyside. New keys supplied so that the safe can be used again. Note our little prop on the top? It seems most of our customers expect us to blow up their safe so we’ve invested heavily in toy dynamite to keep them happy 🙂
When the staff couldn’t open this SMP Community safe in Southport they new who to call. We had previously attended a problem with the bottom lock which we fixed three years ago. This time the top lock would not open despite them having the correct code. We managed to get it open non-destructively and put it back into service for them.
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 only key had snapped in the stiff lock of this SMP cabinet used to store controlled drugs at a hospice pharmacy in Blackpool. We received the call early on a Sunday morning as patients were waking and would require their medication within a couple of hours so we headed straight out to the job arriving on site within the hour. After fishing out the broken key bit we were able to open the cabinet without damage and replaced the lock supplying them with a new set of keys.