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In order to provide the highest quality shipping and the most attractive rates we cooperate with UPS Freight, Fedex Freight, R&L Freight and other freight carriers which proved to be the best in the USA. Furthermore, we pay much attention to preparing a safe for shipping. With years of experience we have built our ideal 8 step model which helps prevent damage risks during transportation.

How we prepare your safe for shipping

Shipping Options:

The Safe Keeper provides superior gun safe shipping options with only the best freight carriers. Each safe is carefully wrapped with soft foam, corner protectors, layers of styrofoam, cardboard and shrinkwrap. Then secured to a pallet with metal bands. Crating is also available for an extra charge. With The Safe Keeper you can rest assured your new will be handled by professionals at the best possible cost.

Small Safe Shipping:

Safes and Accessories up to 150 lbs will be shipped via UPS during normal hours of operation. This service does not include removal of packaging, assembly or setup.

LTL Freight Shipping Service:

Provides curbside delivery of your safe by Freight companies such as UPS Freight, Fedex Freight, R&L etc. This service does not include removal of packaging, assembly or setup of your safe. Freight prices are based on the weight of the safe and receiving zip code. A freight quote on a particular safe is automatically provided during checkout.

LTL Freight Garage drop-off:

This service is called “Inside Delivery”. For an additional charge the freight company will drop the safe off in your garage. Obstacles such as steep driveways, unpaved surfaces, detached garages etc. may not be eligible for “Inside Delivery” service. The eligibility of this service is determined by the freight company.

What to do when LTL Freight delivers your safe:

Once your safe is shipped, the freight company will contact you to schedule a delivery time. It is very important that you are present during delivery window to inspect the safe for any damage. When the safe arrives, check the packaging for any dents or tears. If you find any damage on the packaging, make sure to inspect the actual safe for possible damage in the affected area. If there is damage, it is very important that you note it on the bill of landing BEFORE the truck driver leaves. Failing to do so will void the possibility of receiving compensation. If the damage is severe, it is your right to refuse shipment all together.