A pleasant trip to the seaside to look at this Stratford safe in Lytham St Annes on the Fylde coast of Lancashire. The reported problem was that a bit of the key had snapped off in the lock and indeed we found several pieces of key bit wedged inside it. Extracting the broken pieces was a bit of a fiddle in the confined space in front of the safe but we got them out eventually. The lock had half opened but wouldn’t open far enough to allow us to open the door which is why the key had been forced and broken. With a bit of patience we were able to free the blockage and get the door open without having to drill the safe. With the door open we were able to fix the mechanism and put the safe back into service.
A short trip to Warrington to open this Stratford Sterling safe with lost keys. The high security nine lever lock was skilfully picked open by our safe locksmith to recover the contents for the client. No drilling or destructive entry methods from our expert safe cracker. If you need a safe professionally opening in Warrington then give us a call.
This Stratford Sterling contained the deeds to a property in Anglesey, North Wales which was up for sale but could not complete as the keys to the safe had been lost. Having quoted for the opening we were given the go ahead once they had shopped around for quotes, some of which were more than twice the price. So I had a lovely drive down the North Wales coast today to the job which offered some stunning views, I really do enjoy working in Wales. The safe had been mounted quite high up in the building wall so balancing on a small step I got it picked open much to the relief of the current owner.
One of two safes picked open for a client in Warrington. All keys were lost to this Stratford Service safe, the lock was also picked open causing no damage at all to the safe or its contents. Another successful pair of openings for the safe locksmiths and safe engineers at Paladin.
The combination had been lost to this Stratford Service safe at a private residence in Liverpool. The safe lock is an S&G 6700 series Group 2, 3 wheel combination lock which the owners did not use to lock the safe and the dial got turned during a party some years ago which locked the safe up with no way for them to open it. As they were now moving home they needed access to retrieve the house deeds and other important documents so they called us to recover the combination as they did not want the safe to be damaged in any way. By a process of manipulation we discovered the safe lock combination and opened the safe without any fuss or damage. Another satisfied customer in what is possibly our final safe opening of 2015.
This Stratford Stronghold safe at a bar in Manchester was locked and neither of the keys would open it. We were told that they had always had to jiggle the keys in the lock to get it to work. We picked the lock open and identified that the keys were so badly cut that they had caused the lockout. We provided new keys to the lock which work every time without the need to shake it about in the lock and hope that it opens. If a safe is difficult to open then always get it checked out by a safe engineer before it becomes a major problem.