Inwood Security Vaults, Dallas, is committed to providing a safe, secure option for storing valuables. (press release)
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) June 18, 2012
A recent press release about a Las Vegas private vault robbery casts doubt on whether using a private vault is safe and secure. Inwood Security Vaults safety deposit boxes have never experienced a single incident of theft or damage in its more than 30-years in business. Inwood is monitored with a highly sophisticated ADT monitoring system. Their private vaults offer several additional layers of protection:
- Their location was designed and constructed from the ground up as a vault.
- The entire facility is protected by 5 layers of bullet-proof glass and man-trap access through double secure doors.
- A private garage allows secure transfer of large items.
- Their track record of security is due partly to the physically secure location, but also their careful consideration of who is permitted to access the vault and when.
- Their operating hours are limited to 9-5 PM Monday – Friday and 11 – 3 PM Saturday.
- In order to enter the facility, you must have the key to your box and your signature must match the signature card on file.
- Inwood Vaults only employs family members.
Betsy Collins explains, “We only employ family members at Inwood Security Vaults. There is no chance of an ‘inside job’ as each and every person who works at the vault is a family relation and has a vested interest in the success of Inwood and its safety deposit boxes. ”
About Inwood Security Vaults:
Inwood Vaults opened in 1981 in response to a shortage in safe deposit boxes in Dallas. James G. “Rip” Collins partnered with Will Caruth, the owner of Inwood Village to develop Caruth Security Vaults. They planned and built a large section of Inwood Village to be a high security vault. Several years later, Rip purchased Will Caruth’s interest in the vault and it was renamed Inwood Security Vaults. Inwood Security Vaults has stood the test of time. Numerous other high security vaults have come and gone in Dallas and Inwood is the only one that remains. There has never been any loss due to theft or damage. Inwood has always been and remains family owned and operated.