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Using plastic tubs and cardboard boxes maybe a good way to organise a lot of items in long term storage, but we know there are other things that are more important to you. Keep sentimental mementos and keepsakes protected from environmental damage in a MK4100 Fire-Safe Memory Chest.

Fire-Safe® Jumbo Chest-MK4100
 
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Leaks and damp are a common occurrence in older roofs and lofts. Accidents do happen and your home and contents insurance cannot replace your family photographs or mementos. Period thatched properties are at even greater risk. Keeping your most valuable possessions in a waterproof Fire-Safe chest is the ideal solution.
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Some items are hard to replace but still important to keep on hand. Keep passports, certificates and other frequently accessed but important items portable in a SentrySafe Fire-Safe Chest.

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Autumn is a great a time to make sure all of your jewellery is in good repair and good condition. First, sell, donate, or discard anything you don’t use or love. If it doesn't make you feel good, you probably aren't going to wear it. And keep your most important pieces protected from theft with a SentrySafe Security Safe.

Combination Fire-Safe®-SFW123CSB
 
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Wardrobes are a space in your home that you access each and every day. When organising a wardrobe, first get rid of any clothes you don't love to wear, aren't comfortable in, or aren't in style or good condition. Next determine if the current system in the wardrobe is working for you. If not, consider putting in shelves, lights, or even an entire do-it-yourself wardrobe system.
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Despite the fact that we were supposed to become a "paperless society" everyone still has piles and piles of paper everywhere. The first thing to do when sorting paper is to flip the pile over and start sorting from the bottom. The items on the bottom are the oldest, and therefore the easiest to dispose of since often times they are out dated. Be ruthless! If you can access another copy with little effort in the future, get rid of it.

2-Drawer Office Fire File-6000
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Whether it’s the headquarters for your small business or the centre of your family’s finances, an organised and protected home office is key to any household. A security safe can help defend your valuables against theft, while still protecting them from other threats such as fire and flood.

Executive Fire-Safe®-EF4738E
 
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Sort through your draws an remove any important personal information. Finding the time to shred personal documents can be a chore. Identity theft is the easiest way for criminals to take advantage of your good name, and one of the most difficult to correct. Keep your shredder out and ready to use, just like your kettle or TV! Store documents you need to keep or don’t have time to shred in your SentrySafe!
 
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Make sure you have a reputable anti-virus and firewall on your PC, and regularly update any security patches. Carefully examine any emails claiming to be from your bank, social networking or other service provider and never give out your log in details without examining the web address first.
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There are some files you want to keep close at hand, but are important to keep protected and private. SentrySafe makes small capacity files to keep these items protected and private. The F2300 holds A4 files neatly.

Waterproof Fire Chest-F2300
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Hand and power tools are common targets for theft in the UK, particularly during dark Autumn nights. Don’t let opportunists put a dampener on your DIY in the home and garden. Keep your tools under lock and key.

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Chances are you have keys all over the house. In the hallway, on the kitchen worktop or in a bowl or rack by the door. Clever criminals don’t have to force their way into your home or car. Move your keys out of sight and reach from letterboxes, cat flaps or windows to prevent key “fishing” by organised thieves.
 
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Before you put the clocks back this Autumn, take some time to organise and keep your home safe. A few things that are typically ignored until they are a problem are:

  1. Replace smoke detector batteries.
  2. Replace batteries in torches, and put them in an easy to access location for emergenices as the nights draw in.
  3. Fit a Carbon Monoxide alarm before firing up gas powered central heating.
  4. Update the first aid kit and check the use-by date on any medication or sterile bandages.
  5. Tidy the garden and secure any tools or loose objects that could be used to gain entry to your home.
  6. Consider using lighting timers to make your home look occupied before you return home from a hard day in the office.
  7. Secure sheds and out houses. Check for rust and damage that could lead to forced entry.
 
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Accidents happen when you least expect. Make sure you have a first aid kit to hand with waterproof plasters, bandages and a variety of dressings. Once a month make sure to check the smoke alarm and consider investing in a Carbon Monoxide alarm if you use gas to cook or heat the home. Compact fire extinguishers are often also available from your local DIY store, in the same aisle as Sentry Safe products.
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Knives and other dangerous objects might be stored out of sight, but are they out of the minds of children or unwanted guests? With a custom foam interior and compact size, the X041 will keep dangerous and small valuable items away from prying eyes.

Security Safe-X041E
 
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Think about the positioning of high value items in your home. Thieves enjoy window shopping just as much as you do! Install net curtains or blinds to ensure you aren’t advertising your prize possessions to opportunists. Ensure your contents insurance covers the theft of single high value items.
 
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We all own priceless items that could be difficult to recover after a theft. If an alarm system is too costly, deter thieves by installing a dummy burglar alarm or CCTV. Mark valuable items using a smart water/UV pen to help police recover your property if it falls into the wrong hands. Always lock smaller valuable items away in a safe, for safe keeping.
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These days, everyone seems to keep their life on their laptop or mobile phone. Some of us even integrate our technology with the TV or home entertainment system. Keep everything charged and on hand, but protected from thieves and the gap down the back of the sofa, with a SentrySafe Laptop Safe.

Security Safe-X075
 
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Regularly cleaning the bathroom will help to prevent leaks and disasters. Leaving standing water after a bath or shower can lead to mould, rust and lime scale. 30 seconds to wipe down surfaces after your shower can save hours of cleaning and decaying sealant and grout. Loose sealant, tiles and grout can lead to water building up under the bath or sink, which can quickly lead to disaster.
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You may not live in a flood area, but a water pipe or tank can break and basements or lofts can flood unexpectedly. Cardboard boxes don't protect against environmental damage. For important documents and mementos choose the H3100 Fire-Safe Waterproof file.

Waterproof Fire File-H3100
 
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Bicycles are often easy targets for theft, even if they are not out on display. Deter thieves by etching your postcode into the frame, and shying away from cheap bike locks. Use thick chains and a premium “D-Lock” when leaving your bicycle outside, and keep your property in a well-lit area covered by CCTV. If your bicycle has a punctured tyre, take it home straight away. Clever criminals want you to leave your bike in a vulnerable position for longer.
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The SentrySafe Big Bolts safe was designed to protect your most important documents and valuables from threats of fire, flood and theft. And features like an interior light and easy-to-replace battery compartment, make it a perfect fit for a dimly lit basement.

Electronic Fire-Safe®-SFW123FSC