The types and capabilities of home safes are quite diverse. It is important for customers to be well informed to know what best meets their needs before making a purchase. That is where our infographic plays an important role.
Santa Ana, CA (PRWEB) December 03, 2012
Maximum Security Safes introduces the new “Classes of Safes” infographic, now available on its website. The infographic provides an outline of the types of safes best able to protect jewelry, family heirlooms, guns, and even digital files from burglary or other disasters. Whether it is a gun safe or any other type, a safe can be designed according to specific construction, fire, and burglary ratings and differentiated by size and weight.
The “Classes of Safes” infographic offers a series of diagrams and ratings for specific product categories. These include wall, in-floor, data/media, depository, jewelry, gun, burglary and fire safes, all of which are available in the company’s catalog. Construction ratings and identifying safes with specific door and wall thicknesses are mentioned first; including classes B, C, and E, up to class F units designed to resist professional tools used by sophisticated burglars.
In addition to one and two-hour fire ratings, the infographic discusses the physical characteristics of safes built to protect data and media. The infographic also details burglary classifications of home safes, such as RSC rated units, appropriate for most residential uses, and TL-30 safes that can resist assault by professional hand tools, appropraite for particularly high value residential and commercial needs. Visitors can find the infographic on the Safe Buying Guide | Expert Advice & FAQ section of the company’s website.
Nancy Bryan, Co-Owner of Maximum Security Safes, said, “The types and capabilities of home safes are quite diverse. It is important for customers to be well informed to know what best meets their needs before making a purchase. That is where our infographic plays an important role. Before making a purchase, buyers can learn more about what safe is best suited for protecting their valuables while resisting theft, fire, and other disasters.”
The infographic is important to buyers because burglars can break open safes or carry the whole unit with them, so heavier and more secure products are preferred. Statistics from the FBI also factor into buying decisions, as the bureau estimates there is one burglary every 15 seconds in the United States. Since break-ins are usually through unlocked doors and windows, or begin by kicking in doors, gun and home safes are vital security measures to have in place.
Important items should also be kept in the safes whenever a renter or homeowner leaves the residence, particularly during the day when most burglaries happen. In general, just a small fraction of items stolen are recovered by law enforcement. Valuable property, therefore, is best protected by gun safes and other types of units in the Maximum Security Safes product line.
The “Classes of Safes” infographic provides customers with insight into which home safes will be best suited to protect their items during the harshest circumstances. For more information, details on the company’s product line, the infographic and additional informational resources, visit http://www.maximumsecurity.com/safes/pc/Safe-Buying-Guide-Expert-Advice-FAQ-d2.htm.
About Maximum Security Safes
Maximum Security Safes is a family owned and operated business, run by Shep and Nancy Bryan, which sells safes and vaults of all types and sizes. Assisting individuals and businesses in selecting “safe” solutions, the safe experts are available for in-person consultation or by phone to help customers ensure their needs are meet. Available products include home safes built to protect jewelry, guns, computer data media, and other valuables as well as safes for business and commercial use. To view the complete product line, visit http://www.maximumsecurity.com.