Advanced Notice Appointments
Advanced Notice Appointments
We move and install gun safes all the time and there are plenty of reasons to have a professional do the job. But what are you getting when you have us bring you your safe? Here's what you can expect from a T&T Liberty Safe delivery.
Scheduling & Courtesy Call
We typically set up the delivery date when you buy your safe, but we also call you two days before the appointment to confirm the date and time, as well as make sure we answer any lingering questions you might have.
Our crew takes pride in being on time for your appointment. A running joke we have is "we're not affiliated with the cable company, so if we say 1:00, we'll be there at 1:00." It's a rare thing for us to be late, but when the unavoidable happens, you'll receive updates and we'll explore every possible solution to prevent any additional inconvenience.
Low-Key Delivery Options
Our trucks feature our logo on the doors and markings that are required by law to operate. If you're nervous about possible thieves seeing your safe delivered or nosy neighbors knowing your business, we have options you can request. We can hide the logos with magnets and we can leave the safe completely covered until we get it in your house. Ask us about ways we can help you, and we'll be glad to accomodate you as best as we can.
Professional Service From An Experienced Crew
Our crew is fully experienced in moving safes and we know the ins and outs of the job. We arrive with all the equipment needed to install your safe properly and safely. We take a look at every job and assess the best way to go about it, and if there are any unforseen complications we will work out the best solution to get the safe where it needs to go.
Bolting Down Your Safe
We offer bolting down your safe into your concrete foundation at no additional charge to the installation, and for a small fee in the case of moves. Bolting down your safe is highly recommended for security and safety reasons.
• It keeps the safe steady so it doesn't tip over. An installed safe tipping over is an uncommon occurence, but bolting it down helps in the case of earthquakes or in some cases where the safe is considerably wider than it is deep.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
• It keeps thieves from taking it. Safes are smooth on the bottom, so even a thousand pound safe can be moved with less effort than you would think. If thieves can get it out of the house and to a private location, they can take all the time in the world to get it open.
• It protects your home. If a thief can move the safe, they're not going to care about your house. They can damage your floors, your walls, your doors and anything else that gets in their way of trying to get it out. This can end up being a really expensive repair bill. Bolting the safe down means they can't drag it across the house.
The only time we can't bolt a safe down is in a post-tension foundation. This type of foundation is too risky to drill into due to the risk of hitting a cable, which could cause serious damage and injury.
Instructions and Q and A
Once your safe is installed, the team will make sure you understand how the lock works, as well as go over any other operational and maintenance questions you have. They'll be happy to answer any questions you have regarding your safe before you leave.
We're Only A Phone Call Away
We've been in the gun safe business for over thirty years and one of the great things about that is we're always here if you have any questions or problems. Whether you forgot to ask something at the time of the delivery or if you've having an issue further down the road, just call us. We're happy to help!