- Space-saving in-floor safe
- Burglary-resistant vault
- Convenient to use, difficult to remove
- Superior locking device
Space-saving in-floor safe
Gardall B1307-G-C is suitable to install into any floor. It has external dimensions of 14.75″H x 12.88″W x 12.25″D outside dimensions and offers a storage space of 1,375 cubic inches (0.8 cu. ft.). Once installed, you can cover it up with carpet, rug, or furniture and use the area as usual. No one will notice that you have a secret safe. It is excellent storage for items you don’t need to regularly access. If you don’t find it difficult to bend and kneel, you can also put things that you frequently use.
This in-floor concealed safe has all-steel construction and bears a B-rating or burglary classification. This label means that Gardall B1307-G-C possesses qualities of superior strength and durability. It can endure and resist any form of prying attacks through physical abuse. This safe also features a recessed door that can deter burglary attacks.
Convenient to use, difficult to remove
Gardall B1307-G-C is ideal for residential and commercial use. It features a coil spring to assist in door opening and closing. You have to install it into the ground, and those who will try to remove it will find it very challenging and weighs 100 lbs.. People who would attempt to break-in inside your home will need to leave quickly. They will not try or even dare to check the floors. Since this safe is almost invisible to anyone, it provides utmost protection to your valuables. However, if you intend to keep moisture-sensitive items in the vault, ensure that you place them inside a zip lock bag or air-tight plastic containers before you place them inside. Putting these items in a protective case shields them from damages of possible humidity and water coming from above.
Superior locking device
This storage safe features a reliable dial combination mechanical locking device. It is not reliant on its external environment, batteries, and a power source to function. It features a hard plate between the lock and dial ring, a full-length locking bar on the door’s hinge side, and an independent relocking device that contributes to deterring forced entry.