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Need a safe to protect valuables from fire or burglary? Bonafide Security Solutions is one the Midwest's largest dealers and service centers of safes and vaults.
Bonafide Security Solutions can match your security needs with the proper safe or vault -- giving you greater piece of mind that what you value will be protected.
Need Installation? Our on-staff professionals can do the job.
While the two basic categories of safes are fire safes and burglary safes, there are numerous types of safes within those categories.
These safes are designed to protect important documents or media from fires. Because these safes are specifically designed to prevent items from burning or melting, they should not be used like a burglary safe.
Safes that are designed to protect your valuable items like jewelery, money, etc. For choosing the type of safe click the options below.
These safes are designed to keep important electronic devices and media protected in the event of a fire. The interior of these safes are designed to not exceed 125 degrees Fahrenheit. Examples: Film, Hard Drives, Cameras
These safes are designed to protect important documents like wills, titles, etc. from fires. Because these safes are specifically designed to prevent items from burning or melting, they should not be used like a burglary safe.
These safes are designed to protect valuables from burglars and important documents from fires.
In-floor Safes are designed to be installed below grade in a concrete floor. They offer excellent burglary protection and are ideal for homes and small businesses.
Depository Safes allow money to be deposited into a locked compartment either from outside the safe or from inside the safe, where the deposited money is accessible only be designated personnel.
Money Safes provide excellent temporary protection of valuables or large amounts of cash. They are highly resistant to attacks using tools. These safes are commonly used by retail stores, jewelers, gas stations and financial institutions.
For greater protection,
money safes that are
torch-resistant as well
as tool-resistant are
Wall Safes are designed to fit between wall studs and are the depth of 2x4 framing; thus they are commonly only 3-1/2 inch in depth. Because these safes are in the walls, they can be hidden. But they do not provide a high degree of security.
Gun Safes are designed to secure weapons but offer a limited amount of burglary and fire protection
Vaults are generally built with concrete block walls and security vault doors. Vault doors are designed to offer either fire protection or security protection.