Hopefully, you found this site because you’re locked-out of your safe, vault or ATM and searching for a locksmith company who offers emergency lock-out services in New Hampshire, or you’ve been searching in the Locks & Locksmithing or Safes & Vaults opening & repairing category of your local yellow pages, but are having difficulty determining which companies are general locksmiths and which are safe and vault specialists, safemen, safe engineers, safe and vault technicians, safe mechanics, safe experts, vault mechanics, or safecrackers in popular culture. If that’s true, WELCOME!
The purpose of this page is to educate, inform, to debunk myths and to help you make intelligent decisions about solving your problem. I know it’s a lot to absorb, but please take a few moments to read the following information. It may help you save some money or avoid a costly mistake
Most people live their whole lives without ever needing the services of a legal, legitimate safecracker or even meeting one. Folks who are unfortunate enough to discover the illegal kind may also have to contact someone like me for repairs or to open your safe in the case of a badly bungled attempt. On the other hand, government, law enforcement agencies, bank officers, ATM and armored courier firms, and many other businesses that deal with lots of cash or high-value items may need the services of a safe & vault technician on a regular basis, even if only to provide preventive maintenance. Although lock-outs on this kind of equipment are not an everyday occurrence, it does happen..
Believe it or not, I’d guess that 30% of the “problem” calls I receive are solved after asking a few questions and giving some practical advice on the phone… for FREE! Sometimes, when you’re experiencing a problem, just talking to an expert may allow you to avoid further damage that can result in a complete lock-out and the need for a substantial opening charge.
Most of what you hear and see about safecracking is fantasy, especially the kind of details that are depicted on TV and in films. You didn’t really think it was that easy, did you? Often it is possible for an accomplished safe lock manipulator to open a safe by touch, i.e. using the dial to determine and measure design tolerances and flaws which allow him to discover the lock’s actual combination setting. This is called the art of manipulation and hiring a safe expert who is competent in this skill means that you are more likely to get that “open safe” result you are seeking, but with no mess and without the possibility of damage done to your safe or it’s contents, and it can be returned to useful service immediately and without needing “penetration” repairs.
The NH Safecracker at Concord lock and safe is dedicated to providing you with the best professional service possible, and is available 24 hours for any Emergency situation
1) Lock manipulation
The most surreptitious way of cracking a safe is to manipulate the lock in order to obtain the combination required to open the safe without actually damaging the safe.
Manipulation is our preferred choice in lost-combination lockouts, since it requires no repairs or damage, but it can be extremely time consuming.
Scoping a safe is the process of drilling a hole and inserting a borescope into the safe to get an intimate look into a specific part of the security container. When manipulation proof mechanical locks, and glass re-lockers are implemented as security measures scoping is the most practical option. A Concord Lock & Safe SAFECRACKER will drill a hole allowing him to get his scope into a position to observe and open the lock.
SAFES WE SERVICE: We Service
A&B, Access, Allied-Gary, Alpine, American, American Security Products, AmSec, Armor, Atlas, Auditcon, Baum, Bernadini, Bischoff, Bode-Panzer, Brown, Cannon, Cary, Cencon, City Safe, Chatwood-Milner, Chubb, Collier, Cross, Corporate Security Systems (CSS), De La Rue, Diebold, Docutel, Eclipse, Emo, Empire, EXL, Fichet-Bauche, FireFyter, FireKing, FKI, Fujitsu, Gardall, Gary, Giant, GlobaLoks, Graffunder, Hamilton, Hayman, Hermann, Herring-Hall-Marvin, Ilco-Unican, International, Intersec, ISM, Invincible, John Tann, Johnson-Pacific, Kaba-Mas, Kaso, Knight, Kumahira, Kumihira, Kumihara, La Gard, Lefebure, Liberty, Lord, LP Locks, Major, Mancini, Mas-Hamilton, McGunn, Meilink, MGM, Modul-X, Montgomery-Ward, Mosler, Mutual, National, NCR, NKL, NL Locks, Overly, Pacific, Pacific Security Products, Phoenix, Protectall, PSP, Remington-Rand, Remington & Sherman, Rosengrens, S&G, Sargent & Greenleaf, Schwab, Sears, Securifort, Sentry, SLS, Sportsman Steel, Star, Sturdy Safe, Tann, Tower, Tranax, Triton, US Security, Vector, Victor, Visalia, Waltz, Wincor-Nixdorf, X-07, X-08, X-09, and many, many others.
We have service contracts with many major Safe Companies and sub-contract for other Locksmiths companies.