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How to Replace Your Safe Lock

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Steps to Take to Replace Your Safe Lock

Buying a safe to increase security in your home or business is a smart option to keep your valuables secure. Safes add an extra cushion of protection and elevate security measures, especially when you get one a high-quality safe with a sturdy lock mechanism. If the lock does not work, then your safe is rendered useless, and your investment in the safe is lost. You need to make sure your safe’s locks are fully functional and operating like new at all times. Failure to inspect your safe lock, or to replace it when it breaks, places your valuables in danger.

Reasons to Replace Your Safe LockImage of a safe lock

There are several reasons to replace your safe lock, and some of them don’t require your lock to be broken. If your safe falls under any of these conditions, it is time to replace your safe lock.

  • Someone unauthorized has tampered with the safe
  • You forget the combination to your safe
  • The lock has been damaged
  • The lock is jammed from lack of use
  • You want to increase security measures by upgrading the lock

[Related: Securing Your Home After a Break-In]

How to Buy a Replacement Lock

You can buy a replacement lock from the manufacturer of your safe or a locksmith.

It is best to contact the manufacturer if you are looking to replace your broken lock with a working model of the current lock. If your safe is under a product warranty, your lock replacement will likely come free of charge.

If you are looking to increase the security of your safe, you should reach out to a locksmith. With a locksmith, it is all in the name. Not only are locksmiths trained to handle most lock-related issues and can help you get into your safe if the lock is broken, but they can also recommend better, more secure locks to increase your safe’s security.

A locksmith can change your mechanical lock to an electronic lock, or vice versa. Locksmiths are more than capable of replacing your safe lock, and they can help you pick out a new, more secure lock if needed.

[Related: Traditional Vs. Electronic Safe Locks]

Calling a LocksmithImage of a hand using a replaced safe lock

The great part about calling a locksmith to replace your lock is that it costs less than buying a new safe, which can be quite the investment. Whether your safe is for residential, commercial, or industrial use, the expert technicians at Alford Safe & Lock can take care of your lock replacement. We can also repair a damaged safe if replacing the lock isn’t the option you’re sure you want to go with.

[Related: 3 Ways a Cheap Locksmith Costs You More]

Replacing your safe lock is not a DIY project, but that does not mean that it has to be difficult. At Alford Safe & Lock, we have serviced locks for more than 70 years, so there’s nothing we can’t handle.

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