Everyone who purchases a safe has something that they value and want to protect. Whether it is guns, valuables in the form of jewelry, gold or silver, or even family heirlooms and pictures, Liberty Safe understands that it is their job to give you peace of mind should the worst case scenario arise.
This worst case scenario happened for William from Illinois after a weekend away with his family. He returned to find their home had been burglarized. It was in complete disarray—drawers dumped out, belongings thrown in piles, evidence that the burglars had systematically ransacked the house looking for valuables. Unfortunately, a coin collection and three firearms that had not been locked up had been stolen.
William’s peace of mind came when he discovered that the thieves had failed to break into his Liberty Safe. They tried everything at their disposal from a shovel, a hatchet even a pair of scissors. William reported that, “About the only thing they managed to do was to nick up the safe.”
Anyone familiar with the Liberty Safe brand is probably not surprised by this story. For 25 years, Liberty has led the industry in fire protection as well as innovation to make their safes secure so that Liberty customers may have peace of mind about their valuables. What may surprise people familiar with Liberty’s quality safes is that William’s Centurion was made in China.
What makes Liberty Safe’s imports rise above the other imports in the market? While Liberty Safe has turned to international craftsmen to keep up with the ever growing demand, Liberty has refused to abandon its dedication to quality. Liberty Safe engineers work hand in hand with their import manufacturers to ensure that each import safe matches the same fire protection and security measures that 1.5 million customers have come to expect from their American-made products.
All Liberty Safe imports are backed by a lifetime warranty. That’s why William doesn’t need to worry about going out and buying a new safe, because Liberty has him covered. Although he did admit, “I guess I need a bigger safe to hold everything.”