I have three safes in my gallery. Yes, three TL-30 safes, connected
to two separate alarm systems. Each alarm system has two zones: one
for the "perimeter" and one for the safes. One alarm system covers
the shop, and one covers the gallery. To burglarize the
store/studio, one would have to defeat two systems simultaneously,
then open three separate safes.
While this may seem "low-tech" to someone with a walk-in vault, it
is next to impossible to rob. I have found that TL-30 safes do show
up used periodically, and you can often get one for free, if you are
willing to pay to move it (it's not that expensive). I know of a
small town near me that has a walk-in vault that they would love to
give away, since the store closed. Now, that would be a lot more work
and expense to move!
A gun safe would be better than no safe, and the old-style office
safe would work, too. I would certainly add an alarm system to the
mix, to provide real coverage.
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