Safe deposit boxes are protected by multiple levels of security to keep your valuables secure and give you peace of mind
Think about the small things that are important to you. You might have your grandmother’s engagement ring or your great grandfather’s gold watch. A coin collection. Original photos of your great aunt as an Army nurse during the war. No insurance policy could ever replace these things if they were lost or stolen.
Where do you keep them? A jewelry box on your dresser, your sock drawer, or a cardboard box out in the shed?
There is a more secure option. Ask your local bank branch about a safe deposit box. Safe deposit boxes and their cousins, express storage boxes, are secure storage containers offered by many banks.
Both the safety and the security within the bank branch itself help protect your box from theft or loss. This enhanced security makes safe deposit boxes a great place to store original copies of important documents like birth certificates or property deeds. You can also take photographs of valuable items in your home to document them for insurance purposes.
Just remember: You can only open the box during banking hours, so do not store things you might need in the middle of the night or on short notice, like your powers of attorney or passport. Additionally, because only you can open the box, do not store anything someone else might need to retrieve for you, like an advance healthcare directive or a will.
Future Vaults Safe Deposits carries comprehensive risk insurance, which means that we are able to pass along the benefits of being insured to our customers. Subject to pre-agreed amounts, Future Vaults will assume liability for loss or damage to items deposited in our safe deposit boxes
Please Contact Us for full insurance terms and conditions