U.L. TL-30 Safes, Charlotte, NC

Choose our TL-30 safes to thoroughly protect your most important items.

U.L. TL-30 Safes in Charlotte, North CarolinaWhen you’re in the market for a new safe for your business, you may feel overwhelmed with all the different options available to you. You want to choose something that will reliably protect your items, of course, but you also don’t want to spend extra money on safe features that you don’t really need. If you have been looking for safes with top-rated security features from experts in the industry, our team at Eastway Lock & Key, Inc. would like to recommend our U.L. TL-30 safes.

U.L. TL-30 safes are specific products that have earned a high-security rating by the U.L. (Underwriters Laboratory) and are resistant to tool attacks for up to 30 minutes (TL-30). In other words, this means that these types of safes can resist burglars with a wide range of tools (including sledgehammers, drills, and saws) for up to 30 minutes. In order to get a rating from the U.L., safes must meet several other standards as well. For instance, U.L. TL-30 safes must be at least 750 pounds or be anchored to a concrete floor.

U.L. TL-30 safes are great for all kinds of businesses, including jewelry shops, pawn shops, or any other companies that store highly valuable items or deal with large amounts of cash. If you think that these safe products may be the right option for your store or commercial facility, our team in the Charlotte, North Carolina area would be more than happy to speak with you.

To find the best safe products for your business at the greatest value, please reach out to our skilled professionals today. We can discuss your needs and your budget to help you find the perfect safe for your unique situation. Call us today to get started!

At Eastway Lock & Key, Inc., we offer U.L. TL-30 safes to customers in Charlotte, Concord, Indian Trail, Huntersville, Mount Holly, Marvin, Rock Hill, and Waxhaw, North Carolina, as well as Myrtle Beach, Fort Mill, Surfside Beach, Garden City, Little River, Conway, Murrell’s Inlet, and Pawleys Island, South Carolina.