Fire Protection Series – Part Four – The Importance Of Home Fire Safes

In this video, professional photographer Gary Fong shows how to temporarily store archived materials in fireproof safes.

In the video, Gary stresses the importance of the safe being on the ground floor, as close as possible to a concrete wall or fireplace.

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Sopra Tutti says:

So all I need is a hand truck and a face mask?

villegas24 says:

strange to see a photographer drive a bentley but I know you don’t live from photography anymore

Phillip Torres says:

Holy shit… I didn’t hear a thing you said cause your too cool… Rewind

Honoring Our Troops says:

Did you buy the safe from Costco?  Also the USB cam, what model is it and what source of battery are you using in case power goes out?

James Aston says:

Why advertise what home security, (safes) you have, shouldn’t this information be private?

FishOrMan says:

Gary, you might consider having a welder construct a metal frame which affixes the safes to the floor, wall, or both to prevent thieves from grabbing the safes and bolting.  Bolting through the bottom is option for those non-media safes.  
Excellent series, thanks!

Aubrey Wild says:

What may I ask caused your house fire and how mud gear did you lose?

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