Our team loves a challenge. When a customer called to request this gun safe to be moved to a second floor location- we accepted the challenge. With our specialized equipment and highly individualized training, we were able to effortlessly relocate this safe to the room upstairs as requested. The pictures speak for themselves!
For the Enthusiasts, Collectors or FFL
Last month we had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Richard Branch of Branch Auctions. Mr. Branch hired our team to relocate gun safes from an estate to an auction house. While waiting for the safe to be auctioned, we were able to preview the sale which included well over 500 lots. If you are a gun enthusiast, FFL or collector, I highly recommend you attend the next Branch auction. Check out his website for upcoming auctions, terms and lot details.
We are extremely thankful to remain open during these trying times and appreciate our customers placing their trust in our team. Please know we are taking the following measures to ensure the health and safety of our customers and team members:
- All equipment is wiped down with disinfectant between each delivery.
- Hand sanitizer used before and after each customer.
- Appointments are scheduled to allow ample cleaning time.
- No handshake introductions.
- Contactless payments.
- Masks provided to team members, can be required upon request.
Contact us for information on contactless deliveries to a garage or shop.
Stay healthy, friends!
We are pleased to announce an expansion of our services. We recently contracted exclusively with In the Nick of Time Moving, LLC and Survive-A-Storm Shelters. Oklahoma Safe Movers is now delivering and installing above-ground storm shelters. Our team traveled to Little Rock, Arkansas where they received extensive training and installation certification. Check out the pic to see our new rig!
Hope Doesn’t Anchor the Safe
Hope may anchor the soul, but it will not anchor your safe. Some may argue the sheer weight of a safe will defy theft or storm loss, but trust us when we say it’s not enough. There are three main reasons to anchor your safe to the ground; safety, theft prevention and storm protection.
Safety first. Always. It’s hard to believe that a toddler could topple a safe. But, did you know 1/3 of the weight of a safe is in the door? When the door is open, even the smallest tug could bring the safe falling forward. Placing anchors in the floor of your safe prevents this from happening.
What about theft prevention? Again, most people think the size and weight of a safe is enough protection against theft. We’ve seen safes (and homes) destroyed by criminals in attempts to get the safe outside. They are determined and they will find a way. Yes, criminals could theoretically cut the bolts, IF they were prepared and IF they had enough time. The anchors will deter and slow them down.
Do you need to protect your safe against storms? Tornado alley = YES! If tornadoes can toss semi-trucks like Tonka trucks, they can toss your safe-and the valuables inside- across your neighborhood. Get those safes properly anchored into the concrete.
If you’re purchasing a new safe, be sure to request a bolt down. If you currently own a safe that’s not anchored, we strongly recommend you do so- either DIY or call us to help!