Safe & Vault
Safe Service, Repair, and Opening
Did you know that less than 8% of locksmiths are certified safe technicians?
At Easter’s Lock & Security Solutions, we’re proud to boast that we have several certified safe & vault technicians on staff who are experts in all aspects of safe service, safe repair, and safe opening of virtually any type of safe, vault, ATM, safe deposit box, or GSA container.
Our safe technicians have received advanced training and hold the skillsets and experience needed to repair and open your safe using state-of-the-art equipment such as high-speed drill rigs, medical-grade fiber optic instruments, and miniature high-resolution video systems most efficiently and cost-effectively.
The last thing you want is an untrained or under-equipped (advertised) locksmith destroying your safe in an attempt to open it. At Easter’s, all of our safe technicians are members of S.A.V.T.A. (Safe & Vault Technicians of America) and the National Safemans Association.
Safe Services we Provide:
- Safe Combination Changes
- Safe Repair & Service
- Safe Deposit Boxes Opened
- Manual Dial to Digital
- Keypad Retrofit
- X10 & CDX-10 Service
- GSA Containers & Field Safes
- Drill/Penetration Opening & Repair
Sale & Distribution
Easter’s Lock & Security Solutions is the area’s largest distributor of various safe manufacturers. We carry brands such as Gardall Safe, Amsec Safe, Sentry Safe, and FireKing. We stock the most popular models, and in the event, we don’t have the model you are looking for, it typically only takes a few days for us to get it. We supply safes for the following applications:
- Fire-Rated Safes
- Burglary-Rated Safes
- Depository Safes
- Gun Safes
- Data Safes
- Fire-Proof File Cabinets
- Pharmacy Safes
- Finger Print Safes
- ATM Safes
- Dormitory Safes
- Vault Doors
- Bank Equipment
Combination Safe Lock Maintenance
Did you know that the lock on your safe requires periodic servicing? Just like the engine in your car, your combination lock is a temperamental mechanical device that, over time, can become dirty or worn with use. It is recommended that a combination lock is serviced every 2-3 years with heavy use.
The service of a combination lock entails that a safe technician disassembles the wheel pack, cleans the wheels and parts, replaces any worn parts, and lubricates the lock. This periodic service of your combination lock will result in a smoother, more reliable combination lock.
Indicators that it may be time to service your safe:
- The lock is tight and difficult to dial
- The lock combination changes over time
- The lock makes a clicking sound when dialed
- The lock assembly is loose
- The lock attempts to wind back in the wrong direction
- The dial is crooked or unsteady