Jeremy Reeder, master of security
A mastery of lock-manipulation skills enables me to open many locks and safes relatively quickly through non-invasive methods.
A powerful safe-drilling rig, along with tungsten-carbide drill-bits and other specialized tools, enable me to penetrate with precision the drill-resistant barriers in burglary-resistant safes of the highest quality.

Security Services

Does your safe or vault need maintenance? Do you need a good safecracker? Has a burglar damaged your safe? If so, then I'm your man! My name is Jeremy Reeder, and I open and repair all kinds of safes in southwest Idaho. I offer other security services as well, including site-security assessment, penetration-testing, cryptographic analysis, and industrial security upgrades.
Contact:
Jeremy Reeder, CEO
Certified Information Systems Security Professional
Location: The Safe House
Meridian, Idaho
(Boise metropolitan area)
United States of America
Phone: +1 208/371-6570
E-mail: jeremy@thesafehouse.info

Does your safe or vault need maintenance?

Well-maintained safes are easier to operate and more secure than their neglected counterparts. By performing proper annual maintenance, I can correct problems with your safe lock before they become severe. Without this maintenance, the lock will, in fact, stop working. This can have either of two undesirable results: you can't open your safe, or your safe is left vulnerable to burglary. This tends to defeat the purpose of having a safe. If your safe or vault has any of these symptoms, or if it's been a while since its last professional service, give me a call.

Do you need a good safecracker?*

If you're locked out of your safe, I can help. Perhaps you neglected the aforementioned maintenance, which you may not have realized was needed. Or maybe, for whatever reason, the combination is simply not known. Don't worry. I can open your safe. As for the state of the safe afterward, it will be secure and functional, not broken.

Has a burglar damaged your safe?

Burglars tend to favor safecracking methods that involve brute force and large hammers. They break off dials and handles, cut hinges, and in general smash things up. Fortunately, these popular methods are largely unsuccessful. (Safe manufacturers, after all, did think of these methods in their designs.) If your safe has been the victim of such demolition, you may be left with no way to open the safe. You'll be happy to know that I can open such a safe and can usually repair it.

*Only legitimate requests will be accepted. Please provide documentation of your authority over the security in question.