Safety deposit boxes have been around for a long time. They are usually found at banks or post offices. The purpose of a safety deposit box is to secure important documents and items. While a home safe can provide some security, one in a bank has additional security that your home does not. For example, if your home is destroyed by a natural disaster, you may be unable to access your home or the valuables may be burnt or washed away.
Where do people keep their insurance policies, passport, estate files, and birth certificates? Many people find it difficult to trust an institution such as a bank and even put their cash money at home. But there are still many reasons to put many of the most significant files and papers in safety deposit locker under the 24 hour scrutiny of the banks. There are some downfalls however, like accessing your most valuable items in a restricted fashion as lockers cannot be accessed besides the banking hours. In case of emergencies, people need to get immediate access to their lockers which under majority of circumstances are not possible. Because of this reason many people chose to keep their important stuff at home but many prefer lockers as things are safer in banks than at homes.
Merrion Vaults is the largest independent safe deposit box centre in Ireland and provides account holders a protected area to store valuables in Dublin City Centre.
The vault is found in the basement of a workplace structure near Merrion Square in Dublin 2.
Merrion Vaults opened in September of this year after the development of the company by entrepreneurs Seamus Fahy, owner of Voltaire Diamonds and David Walsh, Chief Executive Officer of Citybox.
The vault provides an array of safes suitable for the safe storage of jewellery, gold, silver, money, documents such as title deeds or wills, family treasures and other useful possessions. Continue reading