But off the floor, unless it is also waterproof in addition to fire proof.Keep it in the basement.
That sounds about right for a manufacturer.I bought our safe 20+ yrs ago. It said on the box that it was fire proof but the paperwork that came with it stated once the fire truck got there to instruct them to keep pouring water on the section of the house where the safe was - otherwise they wouldn't stand behind their warranty. I've not had a fire [knock on wood] so I really don't know how good it is.
Ours says water proof, for whatever that's worth, but I'm bettin wet would be a step, maybe two, above burned to ashes.:smile:But off the floor, unless it is also waterproof in addition to fire proof.
You wouldn't believe the amount of water they can pump into even a simple single story house that is fully engulfed.
My neighbors house, a duplex like mine, 1400 sq ft each side, had between 15-20K gallons of water pumped them while fighting a fire that engulfed both sides.