Now we are in the autumn months, many of us are enjoying the cooler weather and the crunchy fallen leaves that are just so satisfying to walk through. What we probably enjoy much less is the torrential rain and blustery winds.
Many of us will also be bringing in items that are prone to rust, so we can use or enjoy them again when the weather is warmer and drier.
One item that you should not need to worry about rusting is your wall-mounted key safe.
If you have ageing parents who have recently been discharged from the hospital, you will know that care doesn't stop once they leave their hospital bed. If they have mobility issues, they will need extra support at home to remain as independent as possible - not just for their physical health and safety but also their mental well-being
Children in England are among the first to return "back to normal", having gone back to school earlier this month.
You may have found that this has created an issue with your children getting into the house after the school day has finished, as you're still at work and cannot let them in.
There are many key safes available across the UK, each with varying functionality, suited to different uses. But which one is right for you? And how do you know what features to look for?
While we cannot comment on the other key safe brands out there, we can offer you some advice and guidance to help find the answer you need, so read on to see some of our suggestions below!
Supra UK, trading as The Key Safe Company, is the exclusive distributor of Supra key safes in the UK. With over 2 million units sold, and the home of the UK's most secure mechanical key safes, our products are trusted by some of the UK's largest care providers and recommended by our growing community of loyal customers.
With over 267,000 burglaries in the UK this year alone*, we wanted to address a common misconception and run through the critical differences between a lock box and a key safe.