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Our AZ Safe Locksmith & Safecracker is highly skilled at opening vaults using the least invasive method possible.
The term Safe Cracker technically refers to someone who
"breaks into safes" for nefarious reasons.
However In the security world, they are among the best vault locksmiths in the industry who "legally" and skillfully unlock them for their residential and commercial clients.
We are Arizona's go-to Safe Locksmith & Safecracker.
Safes & Vaults are built to keep unauthorized individuals out. Made with heavy steel and high-tech locks, they are nearly impossible to open without the proper tools and training. We have these tools, training and skills to help you in your home or business.
We offer our services to both residential and commercial clients in the Metro Phoenix area as well as the State of Arizona.
Safe and Vault Safe & Vault Locksmith/Safecracker
A Safe locksmith sometimes referred to as a Vault Technician, is one who is trained to service vaults.
A true professional can open a locked combination vault lock by means of electronic device, drilling, or manipulation. They also serve them by replacing or repairing malfunctioning parts, usually during annual routine maintenance.
Most safe locksmiths are not trained to work on vaults so finding a professional vault technician is key.
We're #1 in Arizona.
We specialize in vaults so you know you can count on us to do it right.
Electronic Keypad vs. Mechanical Dial Lock Pros and Cons
Since the year 2000 (approximately) about half of the market switched to electronic keypad locks. Technology and Convenience are the main reason. However, this came with a price.
The trade-off? Reliability! Electronic keypad locks work well enough that we recommend some of them. So, don't get us wrong, they are reliable. Just not as reliable as the mechanical combination dial locks.
So, what are the pros and cons of dial locks? For one, to some, they require a complicated sequence to dial the combination, and to others, the time and focus they require are inconvenient. That being said, they are far more reliable.
How To Change the Combination on a Safe
If you have an electronic keypad lock on your safe, there are thousands of models and each model requires a different method to change its combination. Check your manufacturer's website for combination change instructions on your model.
If you'd like us to come out and do it for you, we are a mobile safe locksmith and would be glad to help with your Safe, Vault or ATM.
ATMs Safe Locksmith/Safecracker
An ATM locksmith sometimes referred to as an ATM Technician, is one who is trained to service ATMs. A true professional can open a locked combination ATM lock by means of electronic device, drilling, or manipulation. They also serve them by replacing or repairing malfunctioning parts, usually during annual routine maintenance. Most locksmiths are not trained to work on ATMs so finding a professional ATM technician is key. We're #1 in Arizona. We specialize in ATM's so you know you can count on us to do it right.
The Difference Between
Safes, Vaults, and ATMs
The difference between safes, vaults, and ATMs is not much. They all offer the same levels of security. More or less, they are all security boxes built to protect valuables. Here's how they differ. Think of them all as safes first. The ATM or automated teller machine is a safe combined with a cash dispenser. A vault is safe that you can walk into, a secure room if you will.