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Floor safes are a useful type of safe that is often preferred of free-standing safes. They are made to be installed into concrete. The fact that they are hidden from view and durable makes them extremely sound investments in protecting your valuables. They do require professional installation but they are worth the extra investment and time. Read this article in order to get more tips about safes.

You may shop from simply safes online for floor safes. They are also listed as underfloor safes. They can hold jewelry, coins and anything else you want to protect. They offer a deposit feature so that you can put these items into the safe without needing to open it. They are usually square in shape but they also come in circular styles.

They also come with locking mechanisms. You can have them installed with a manual combination lock. You can also opt to upgrade them in the future by installing an electronic lock if your model can be outfitted with one.

You can install the safe yourself. However, it is best to hire a professional builder to do the work. This is because the safe must be secured into concrete properly. The concrete has to be approximately twice the width and depth of the safe. Most any dealer in floor safes will be able to have a professional with experience do the installation of your safe.

Simply shop for your desired floor safe online to find the model right for you. Your dealer will be able to help you with any questions you have and will be able to arrange for its quick installment. Most people will want to have the safe installed in between floorboards.

Underfloor safes are unique and truly effective at protecting those belongings you value. The best part about owning a floor safe is that only you will know you own one.

City Living wins GOLD and “Best Fresh Garden” in the RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Kate Gould Gardens is delighted to announce that its 2017 Fresh Garden ‘City Living’ won a gold medal but also greatest in class at the RHS Chelsea Flower show this past week.

Speaking from the showground on awards day Kate stated “City living is your most ambitious garden I have ever designed for Chelsea. Without this wonderful team’s ability, dedication and sheer hard work we would never have made it. There were moments when I thought we wouldn’t but I should not have doubted the guys. They also have realised my creation into the most wondrous of creations of that I am so proud on paper and are epic.   Whenever I look at the backyard I have to pinch myself that it is actually there and seems if anything far better as it did in my mind. Hats off and huge thanks to everybody involved.”

A thought provoking Fresh Garden with a strong environmental thought, ‘City Living’ was motivated by Kate’s private experiences of working in and about London, ‘City Living’ is set to a 12×6 plot and assembled across three levels with a basement, mezzanine and upper floor. Following in the footsteps of her 2013 backyard ‘The Wasteland’, ‘City Living’ provides greenery into an imagined apartment block where there is very little scope for outdoor green area but where each chance, however little, is utilized to provide useable outdoor spaces for occupants whilst also providing much needed wildlife corridors in metropolitan places.

On the upper level is an area the mid degrees have occasional seating and you will find just two seating areas at cellar level. The planting utilized throughout is a mixture of rugged colour lovers in the cellar area whilst the planting on the top floors responds to the light levels they would get in reality.

A regular exhibitor at RHS Chelsea, this is Kate’s fourth gold medal and ‘Best in class’ with received this highly coveted award for 2009 Eco Chic backyard and her 2007 Upstairs Downstairs backyard.

Celebratory beverages on City Living

Un Bouquet pour Molière !

C’est un que nous avons le plaisir de recevoir aujourd’hui. Avec Molière comme compagnon de route de toujours, Michel Bouquet est Orgon dans “Le Tartuffe”, mis en scène par Michel Fau, et signe aussi un ouvrage-hommage à celui qu’il appelle le “provocateur né”.

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