Easter’s has been selling and servicing safes since we opened our doors in 1953. Do you need the lock on your safe drilled? A combination changed? A 300 lb. safe moved? We can do all of that and more. At Easter’s, our technicians can install, drill, repair, reset the combination, and move any safe. If your safe needs servicing, contact us for a free estimate.
Easter’s is an authorized dealer for the following safe brands:
FireKing is known for the fire-rated safe Media Vault HD, which is a UL-rated fire resistant external hard drive. FireKing also offers security solutions for cash handling and locking systems for retail, restaurant, healthcare, and most office environments.
Gardall is known in the industry for building one of the best available safes. They fabricate firesafes, gun safes, media safes, wall safes, floor safes, “B”-rated burglary safes, commercial safes, and electronic media safes.
Amsec is an authorized dealer for American security products and safes, floor safes, wall safes, undercounted safes, and more.
Owning a gun and keeping it stored securely is essential, but so is quick access when you need it. Easter’s now offers a new way to keep your handgun safe, secure, and ready for action with the SpeedVault Biometric. SpeedVault Biometric is equally as fast as it is discreet. It is an ideal choice for a home or business looking for added security.
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 involves a safe technician disassembling the wheel pack, cleaning the wheels and parts, replacing any worn parts, and lubricating the lock. This periodic service 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