San Bernardino, Calif. – Cannon Safe has created a step-by-step guide for finding the perfect safe for your home. The guide is aptly titled Seven Tips For Purchasing A Safe and can be downloaded for free at cannonsafe.com or a hardcopy can be received by mail upon request.
Like all consumer products, home safe technology has improved drastically in recent years and with so many new features and options, the process of selecting the right safe can be confusing. Luckily, the new safe-buying guide from Cannon Safe will make the choice easier.
“The great thing about this guide is that it’s a one-stop source for all of the factors that should go into buying a full-sized safe, including size, location, fire rating, optional features and much more,” said Aaron Baker, president of Cannon Safe. “Seven Tips for Purchasing a Safe helps you prioritize your needs and select the right safe for you and your family.”
Statistically, the biggest risks to valuables stored in homes are burglaries and fires.
According to a report from the Federal Bureau of Investigation titled Crime in the United States, 2011, there were 2,188,005 burglaries in 2011. Victims in these crimes lost an estimated $4.8 billion worth of property and the average loss per victim was $2,185.
Recent data released by the National Fire Protection Association, in a report titled Fire Loss in the U.S., indicates that a home fire occurs every 85 seconds in the United States. In 2011, $6.9 billion in property loss occurred in home fires.
Seven Tips For Purchasing A Safe provides a detailed summary of how a full-sized safe can help alleviate these risks and give you the comfort of knowing your valuables are safe. Careful consideration when choosing which safe to buy now might save you years of regret later on.
Cannon is proud to be the only safe company to offer a lifetime, hassle-free, zero cost warranty on their safes. If a customer’s safe is ever damaged due to a fire, natural flood, or burglary Cannon will cover all costs including locksmith, freight, parts, etc. to repair or replace the safe, even if the owner is not the original purchaser. To learn why “A Safe Family is a Cannon Family™,” visit www.cannonsafe.com.