Fire Resistant & Waterproof Safes
Honeywell Fire and Water Safes: Protect Your Valuables from Disaster
Fire and water safes are a type of safe that is designed to protect your valuables from both fire and water damage. These safes are made with fire-resistant materials and are often waterproof or water-resistant.
Honeywell is a leading manufacturer of fire and water safes, and they offer a variety of models to choose from. Whether you need a small safe for your home office or a large safe for your home's master bedroom, Honeywell has a fire and water safe that's perfect for you.
Fire safes are designed to withstand the heat and flames of a fire for a certain period of time. The amount of time that a fire safe can withstand a fire is measured in fire ratings. The higher the fire rating, the longer the safe can withstand a fire.
Water safes are designed to keep your valuables dry in the event of a flood or other water damage. Water safes are often made with waterproof materials, such as steel or concrete.
Fire and water safes are a great way to protect your valuables from both fire and water damage. If you live in an area that is prone to fires or floods, a fire and water safe is a wise investment.
Here are some additional tips for choosing a Honeywell fire and water safe:
- Consider the size of your valuables. Make sure the safe you choose is large enough to fit all of your valuables.
- Consider the level of security you need. If you have valuables that are particularly sensitive to fire or water, you may need a safe with more advanced security features
- Consider your budget. Honeywell fire and water safes come in a variety of price points, so you can find a safe that fits your budget. With so many great options to choose from.
Common Questions About Honeywell Fire Resistant & Waterproof Safes
There's moisture in my safe. Is this normal?
Most safes are air tight which means moisture can slowly develop on the inside. This is especially true in regions with high humidity. For this reason, it is recommended that safes be opened at least once or twice a month to allow air to circulate and to also examine the contents. It is also recommended that 1 or 2 silica gel packs or a small dehumidifier be placed in the safe to help keep moisture buildup to a minimum. Another good idea is to place important documents (passports, certificates, deeds, etc.) into a zip lock type bag prior to placing in the safe.
What about fires and flooding? Do Honeywell Safes offer protection there?
Having a means of protecting your valuables and important documentation from prying hands should go without say. Honeywell Safes incorporate a series of anti-theft features designed to keep would be intruders at a distance. But what about the elements? How exactly can you protect your irreplaceable jewelry, medicine or family information from the likes of a house fire or flood? The Honeywell Store has you covered on this front as well.