Just remember that you generally get what you pay for. The small 'fire safes' that are sold at wallyworld are great for keeping things safe in a fire, but can be opened by someone with a hammer, chisel and a bit of time.I need a medium sized safe to keep some saved up money and valuables. Where can I get a good quality one and about how much do they run for?
Good point - and something that can be easily upgraded. All but one of my safes are fire rated. We keep just about everything of portable value in them, like our computers, cameras etc.Just to restate that when buying a safe absolutely check and research the fire rating. Would be horrible to think my valuables were safe only to have them destroyed in a fire.