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I want to build my own safe instead of having to buy one if anyone has any information on what equipment i need to build one or a link to a website with helpful info you would be a great help to me Thanks

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coldduck22

8 years ago

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rickharris

9 years ago

Better security if you hide it rather than just make it strong.

Better build it into the fabric of the building - Concrete is pretty easy to handle.

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orksecurity

9 years ago

It''s also easy to waste money by getting the wrong kind of protection.

Your first step should be to decide what you need the safe to do. How strongly does it have to keep people out, as opposed to making it impossible for them to get in without your knowing? (The government is fond of putting top-quality locks on what are basically file cabinets, since they are more concerned with the latter than the former.) HOW LONG does it need to keep them out, against what level of skill? Do you need to protect against fire and/or flood? Do you want the safe to be visible or hidden? How strongly do you need the safe bolted down so folks can''s really hard to beat the commercial low-budget boxes from Sentry and its competitors... but those ARE NOT SAFES, no matter what they look like, and should be considered mildly tamper-resistant at most.

REMINDER: If you have a safe, you _must_ maintain it. Safes are something of the ultimate in user-hostile devices; if they malfunction you have to bring in an expert to deal with them. Make sure your budget will allow for that.

Actually, in many cases the right answer is not to have a safe of your own, but just to rent a safe deposit box from a nearby bank. Then maintaining and securing it is _their_ problem. But the waiting time before one of these becomes available can be substantial, unless there''ll not be making that. The rest is sort-of ""
You've researched this?

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