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Install a Wall Safe for Security

A wall safe can be the perfect way for you to discreetly hide your valuables within the walls of your home. These safes fit between the studs in the wall and secure to them with special hardware. However, you need to take care to ensure you choose the right one.

Locking Mechanism

Wall safes come with a variety of locking mechanisms installed. The three main types of locks are the mechanical lock, mechanical combination lock and electronic keypad. If you choose an electronic keypad or combination lock, make sure you choose one with a four-digit code. It can also be useful to choose one with a dual lock so you need a key and a combination for access.

An electronic keypad lock will also provide you with additional benefits. This type of lock can often be programmed with multiple codes for more than one user. Some of them can also print out a list of which user accessed the safe and when for added security. The keypads may also be lighted, making it ideal for installations in a dark area.


Even though these wall safes are designed to fit between the studs, they do come in a variety of sizes, allowing you to store various items. It is often best to choose a safe that is larger than what you need so you donít need to worry about buying another in the future. Internal shelving can also be useful, especially when it is adjustable to best meet your needs.


The construction of the safe is another important consideration, especially in terms of security. Choose a wall safe with hinges located inside the safe to avoid tampering. The thickness of the safe is another important consideration. For the greatest security, choose a safe with walls that are at least 1/8 inch thick and a door that is at least ľ inch thick.

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