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Here at KGB we take pride in our knowledge and resources being always kept at the forefront of security devices, digital CCTV, Alarms and safes. In our blog we have collated 35 years of security knowledge and local market and landscape insight to help you to make the right decisions for not only your home security but locks, door access and safe removal and installations. Our team are always trained to implement the latest devices we think that are the best in the market. The promptness of our staff and their professionalism is what we take great care to ensure that our quality of service and the products we deliver are always the best in price and quality.

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Safe opening Brisbane

Safe opening Brisbane

I opened my first safe in 1978, well I was technically an assistant safe cracker. Things have come a long way since then as we now use some very cool gadgets to help open all types of safes. Most modern safes use digital locks and our most common safe problem is either a flat battery or dud batteries.

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Brisbane Safe Opening Service

Brisbane Safe Opening Service

Most people have heard at least one tradie horror story. Most tradies are renowned for showing up late or not returning phone calls. So over the last 29 years we have used all sorts of techniques to get our tradesmen to be punctual and communicate well. However punctually is of little use if the job at hand is a safe opening. Most locksmiths can open door locks but safes require specialist knowledge and equipment.

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Waterproof safes in Australia

Waterproof safes in Australia

Obviously, safes don’t usually get submerged to a depth that they need a high-grade seal on the door. I believe most people want to ensure their valuables will be safe in the event there is a fire. And should a fire hose be directed at the safe that water won’t enter it. After examining a number of safes that have gone through a fire I have seen NO evidence of water entering the safe from a fire hose.

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Security Tips for your NEW home

Security Tips for your NEW home

Over the last 40 years I have observed that there are 2 groups of people. Those who are pro-active and those who are re-active. There is no better time to be pro-active and look at home security than when you move into a new house. Sadly many people only look at security AFTER they have been broken into.

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Rifle safe review of Australian Rifle safes !

Rifle safe review of Australian Rifle safes !

There are so many rifle safes on the market and like all things you get exactly what you pay for. In this rifle safe review I will be talking in generalities rather than focus on any particular brand or model. In Qld the Qld Weapons act sets out guidelines for storing different categories of weapons. The the vast majority of sporting shooters really try and do the right thing. Alas the act is fairly vague and so the playing field (from a sellers perspective ) is not very even. The huge number of safes available online really muddies the water and whilst there are few goodies the vast majority are RUBBISH.

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