Redlocks Locksmiths supply, fit and opens safes.

Whether you have lost a key, have a mechanical problem or would like advice Redlocks Locksmiths can meet your needs.




We service, open and supply safes across Cambridgeshire covering Huntingdon, Ely, Newmarket and Royston.

If, by any chance, we can’t open it, we network with some of the top safe contractors across the county and can put you in touch with a man that can.

1. Fire Safes

As implied by the name,  keep your valuables protected in the event of a fire. These safes have a fire-resistant design and are perfect for storing important documents, memorable items from your family’s history and other high-value items. Many of these safes have warranties and guaranteed protection against fire, so be sure to ask about it when you’re shopping.

2. Burglary Safes

Are designed to protect against more natural disasters and to protect against thieves. Many of these types feature tamper-proof technology and extra levels of security, such as multiple entry methods (e.g. combination, keypad, fingerprint, etc.) and superior materials. Put simply, these are also designed to store valuable items that you don’t want stolen.

3. Gun Safes

These are obviously designed to store firearms and can be large depending on the type of firearm(s) they’re storing. Handgun safes will usually be smaller and can feature one, two or more compartments. They can also be designed to mount to a wall, under a desk or stand alone. There are also bigger gun safes for storing rifles, shotguns and entire gun collections. Gun safes are also designed for restrictive access, and, as such, feature multiple entry options including quick-access options which don’t compromise security..

4. Jewellery Safes

These are designed to both protect and organise your valuable jewellery. Many are beautiful to look at as well. They’re specifically engineered with jewellery in mind, so you can maintain the lustre, colour and condition of your favourite pieces. These are also fire- and burglary-proof.

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