I was talking with a customer while typing and daveinwoodland beat me to item number 1
Top thing my customers do, they safe comes in a carboard box, razor knife the back off and keep the top flaps and other 3 side together; easy removable box that has no markings. No pretty but looks like you could be storing an old fridge, point being nobody would think twice driving by and seeing a box.
As many of you had mentioned the nicest way is having over sized cabinets built so the safe not only in concealed but out of sight out of mind.
Alot of people who have went to tankless water heaters fit there safe in the nook as well.
Hope this was not repetitive, let me know if any of you need safe boxes, for the first option I mentioned, I "know a guy."
West Coast Safes, Inc
Last edited by WCSafes; 07-09-2013 at 9:25 AM..