What To Look For in a Key Safe
The best key safes should have a robust zinc or aluminium body to protect them from hammering and prying.
It’s important that the combination keys or push buttons are either protected by a waterproof cover or weather shield.
Don’t neglect wall fixings – ensure quality bolts and screws, washers and plugs are all provided.
It also goes without saying that the space inside the key safe should be large enough to contain your keys and valuables.
A key safe is a shortcut to peace of mind when it comes to home security, and is infinitely more reliable than putting the key under the mat. I’ve tested out the best key safes available right now, so read on to see what I found out…