Drop Safes, Asheville, NC

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We work with commercial and residential clients in the area to provide drop safes and other units.

Drop safes have many uses and applications in both residential and commercial spaces. Also called depository safes, these units are designed to hold valuable items without having to be opened and closed for every use. The name refers to the action taken with this style of safe – it allows the user to drop something in through an opening near the front or top. For example, if you wanted to drop cash or checks through the slot, you could easily do so without having to put in the combination or pull out the key. The opening provides quick and easy access for improved security.

Drop Safes in Asheville, North Carolina

In a commercial setting, a drop safe can be particularly beneficial as it doesn’t require every employee to have access to the contents. Instead, those involved with handling cash, checks, and other valuables can simply drop the items into the safe when their job requires it. Drop safes reduce the need to handle a lot of cash or keep it within reach of potential thieves. These units are also made from materials that are durable and difficult to break, providing enhanced security. Plus, you can choose an option that includes organization tools, such as cash trays or specialty compartments.

If you’re in or near Asheville, North Carolina, you can count on our team at A. L. Odom Locksmiths, Inc. to take care of all your safe needs. We work with commercial and residential clients in the area to provide drop safes and other units. Our trained technicians can take care of the delivery and installation process, giving you access to a place to store your valuable items. Contact us to learn more.

At A. L. Odom Locksmiths, Inc., we offer drop safes to those in Asheville, Hendersonville, Weaverville, Burnsville, Waynesville, Franklin, Greenville, Spartanburg, Fletcher, Arden, Marshall, Spruce Pine, Raleigh, Winston-Salem, and Buncombe County, North Carolina, as well as Newport and Knoxville, Tennessee.