Safes Designed to Protect Your Precious Gems and Jewelry
Your high-valued jewelry is exactly what a thief looks for during a break-in. Leaving these heirlooms or priceless pieces in generic jewelry boxes exposes them to unnecessary security risks and potential theft. Jewelry safes are specialty safes designed to neatly store your items in a secure environment with a wide range of settings.
Jewelry Safes in Your Home
These safes are designed as a storage solution for your personal high-value jewelry items, such as designer watches, family heirloom jewelry, and other collectible pieces. A residential jewelry safe is equipped with soft-lined boxes along with traditional safe security measures to ensure your items stay protected.
Unlike a traditional residential safe, a jewelry safe is specifically designed to house jewelry while allowing pieces to be stored individually. This allows for each jewelry item to be protected from accidental scratching or damage from other pieces stored.
Due to the highly customizable experience a residential jewelry safe can offer, they can often be installed as a hidden safe in your home. This affords your high-valued jewelry items the ultimate security storage solution.
Commercial and In-Store Jewelry Safes:
For any jeweler, their safe is essential in their store. A commercial jewelry safe is their storage solution for securing expensive collectible jewelry, loose gemstones, and diamonds.
Like any other INKAS® Safes commercial safe, you will enjoy several benefits from installing a safe in your jewelry business:
• Theft Protection: commercial jewelry safes offer rigorous security measures to protect your business’s valuables from employee theft and other devastating circumstances.
• Fire Protection: our proprietary composite materials protect your high-valued jewelry items against fire-related damage. Every commercial safe comes with a minimum standard of a 2-hour fire rating.
• Lower Insurance Premiums: by installing a jewelry safe in your business, insurance companies will recognize that you are taking every precaution to protect your valuable items. This allows you to pay less in insurance premiums.
Does a Jewelry Safe Help When Insuring Jewelry?
Many insurance companies do have a coverage limit for household jewelry items. Owning a jewelry safe can allow these companies to adjust the amount due to the increased level of security you have in your home. While no one can predict if a burglar will attempt to steal your jewelry or if a fire breaks out in your home, a jewelry safe can provide peace of mind to both you and your insuring company.
Who Can Benefit from Owning a Jewelry Safe?
Whether you have priceless family jewelry or collectible designer pieces, a jewelry safe can be beneficial. With a price range of $800 to well over $3,000, jewelry safes are a priceless investment in protecting your assets.
Below are listed INKAS® Safes products listed as Jewelry Safes:
When is it worth to invest in a jewelry safe?
If you own jewelry with a value of more than $10,000, or family gold and silver jewelry stock, the best way to protect it is to install a large and high-level security safe, TL-30 and up. (TL-30 means can withstand a 30 min burglar attack). This way your valuables will always be available for you but yet secured from been stolen or lost.
What is the average cost of a jewelry safe?
Small jewelry safes could cost anywhere from $800 to $1800
Quality Medium Burglary-Rated Safes should be rated anything from $1,500 to $3,000
Large High-Security Safes rates could range anywhere between $3,000 to $10,000+
Are jewelries stored in safe covered by insurance?
Most insurance policies have a limit for household jewelry coverage. However you might consider to request extra coverage for your valuable jewelry, and having a home safe will reduce its rate.
How to properly store jewelry in the safe?
Before putting your jewelry in the safe, store them in separate containers to insure hard gems will not scratch gold or silver parts.
Do not seal jewelry in plastic bags. Some plastics types emit vapors that can pit and discolor metal and corrode the surface of pearls and certain gemstones.
Opals, amber, and pearls should not be stored at freezing temperatures because they may craze. In general organic gems should be stored in a place with steady temperature without ups and downs.