When purchasing a safe, most manufacturers are going to offer some type of warranty included in your purchase.
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Delivery and installation are big parts of the safe buying process. Especially if the extra cost is a surprise to you at checkout.
At this point, most safe retailers offer free pickup; however, unless you’ve moved safes before or have some specialized equipment and an appropriate vehicle, pickup may not be the best option for you.
Whether you spend most of your time at home or out of town, safeguarding your possessions is always a priority. From precious family heirlooms, sentimental home valuables, or even your firearm collection, nothing can keep your valuables protected quite like a home safe or a gun safe. However, as helpful and protective gun safes and home safes are, buying a safe isn’t always an easy process, especially when you consider what impacts the cost of a safe.
Where your safe is manufactured has a big impact on cost.
A lot of safe manufacturers pride themselves on offering products made in the USA; however, you may pay more for domestic safes - simply because of the higher cost of materials and labor.
There are many different accessories you can add to any safe in order to customize it to your specific wants and needs. Some common accessories include door organizers, jewelry drawers, power outlets, dehumidifier rods, and LED lighting.
Whether you use them for sport, additional security, or just enjoy collecting them, owning firearms is quite a long-term investment, so it’s essential to keep them securely stored when they’re not in use.
There are many features that influence the cost of the safe. Deciding first what features mean the most to you will help you make the best decision when you’re ready to purchase.
Safe manufacturers used to measure size by cubic feet, similar to refrigerators, but as safes became more common in retail stores, the cubic feet measurement was confusing to consumers. So a lot of companies began measuring their safes by long gun capacity.
So when considering how much your safe will cost, an important thing to think through is “How will You use your safe?" Specifically, what are you securing inside, and where will your safe be installed?
For example, most people securing jewelry, documents, or cash typically choose to maximize space with a smaller home safe that could easily fit in a closet, cabinet, or on a shelf.
Here at Spartan, we want to make buying a safe, an easy process, and we know that there is A LOT to consider one of the main things being, “How much is this gonna cost?” So that’s exactly what we are going to discuss in this video.