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Home Security Superstore Review

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Do you have family heirlooms you wish to pass on to your children? Do you want to protect important documents from a flood? Do you own a firearm and need to ensure your loved ones don't accidentally get hurt handling it? Do you have a diamond necklace or ring that you cherish?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might want to consider getting a home safe. While there are many types of home safes, the best safe to meet your needs will be a combination of both personal taste and design.

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Home Security Superstore

HOME SECURITY SUPERSTORE

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Cost:

Prices range from $11.95 to over $2,500.00

Return Policy:

90-day return policy with warranty options

The Home Security Superstore opened in 2003, offering quality security products. The Better Business Bureau lists them as an accredited company, meaning they are committed to resolving any issue a customer may have with their product. We found over 10,000 positive reviews confirming this company's reputation.

The website is an online extension of the store located in Alpharetta, Georgia. The site is neat, organized, and user-friendly, listing over 50 brands of home safes. You can check the inventory status and rating of any safe.

We especially appreciated how the site simplifies the selection process for its customers. For example, they list various items a customer might want and make the appropriate suggestions:

  • If you like high tech, then they recommend a lock requiring a fingerprint
  • If you like a disguise, they suggest a diversion safe
  • If you want to protect documents, they recommend a fireproof safe
  • If you want to store guns, they recommend a top-rated gun safe

These are great suggestions if you are new to shopping for a safe. Rather than overwhelm consumers with security jargon, the site showcases this company's experience with helping people find what best suits their needs.

For detailed questions, you can contact the store by phone or email. They even have a link especially for "first time users" that provides a concise summation of the company. With over ten years of experience, customers can enjoy peace of mind, knowing if they ask a customer service representative a question, they will be speaking with someone who understands the industry and the best products available.

Overall, we were pleasantly surprised with this website's professional and streamlined feel. Information is very easy to find, and the site is user-friendly. We highly recommend The Home Security Superstore to both new and seasoned shoppers looking for a home safe.

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There are a number of options to consider before purchasing a safe for your home. Some of these include:

  • Biometric: Do you want your safe lock to require a fingerprint?
  • Wall: Do you want your safe installed into a wall?
  • Diversion: Do you want to camouflage where you keep your valuables in what might appear to be a book or soda can?
  • Floor: Do you have a larger item to store?
  • Gun: Do you have a firearm you want to store safely?
  • Fireproof/Waterproof: Do you have important documents like a birth certificate or marriage license you need to protect from damage?

Another feature to consider carefully is what kind of lock you want on your safe. Do you want to open your safe with a key? Would you prefer a biometric lock? Or perhaps you might like a keypad? How about a combination lock? Maybe you want an electronic lock? You have many options.

To assist you with this decision, TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed the best Home Safe companies available today. We hope that seeing the pros and cons of each company will help you choose what kind of safe will work best in your home!

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