Have you considered a Safe Deposit Box for your Valuables?


January is a time that many view as a fresh start. It’s a new year, which is a perfect time to leave all of last year’s bad habits behind. It’s also a good time to get organized for the upcoming year. It’s a great time to locate and organize all of your sensitive and important documents so they are not lost or misplaced. One thing that so many people overlook is keeping their important documents safe and secure. If your home becomes damaged or destroyed by a fire, flood or other weather event, the majority of people’s valuable documents would be lost.

A safe deposit box is an affordable way to keep your family’s important documents, family heirlooms or collectibles safe and sound in a secure location. Colonial offers a variety of sizes that fit the needs of all our customers.A safe deposit box is an affordable way to keep your family’s important documents, family heirlooms or collectibles safe and sound in a secure location. Colonial offers a variety of sizes that fit the needs of all our customers. Below is a list of items that we recommend storing in one of our secure safe deposit boxes:

  • Birth Certificates, Marriage Certificates and Other Important Family Documents
  • Car Titles
  • Property Deeds
  • Important Contracts of Business Papers
  • Insurance Policies
  • Pictures or Videos of Your Home’s Contents for Insurance Purposes
  • Collectibles Such as Rare Jewels or Coins
  • Stock or Bond Certificates
  • Negatives of Irreplaceable Photos or CD/DVD Backups
  • Family Heirlooms

Get Your First Year Free!

Colonial offers a number of options when it comes to safe deposit boxes. You can choose from any of our six sizes depending on your needs. If you have an account with Colonial and choose to sign up for auto debit, your first year will be free! Contact us by calling 800.937.6001, or visit us at GoColonial.com to find out more about our Safe Deposit Boxes and get your key to protection today!

 

Related Article: You can protect yourself and your assets online as well. To reduce your odds of being hacked, check out these tips on how to Practice Safe Online Banking.

 

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