From installing strong locks to setting up a home security system, we cover all the steps you need to take to prevent break-ins and protect your home.
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Make sure all of your doors are solid and have secure locks. Consider adding a deadbolt to exterior doors for added protection.
A security system with monitoring can alert you and the authorities if it detects any unusual activity in your home.
Make sure all of your windows are secure, and consider adding window locks or sensors to windows that are easily accessible.
Motion-sensing lights can help deter burglars and make it easier for you to see who is on your property.
Trim any trees or shrubs that could provide cover for burglars to break into your home.
Building relationships with your neighbors can help create a sense of community and make your neighborhood a safer place to live.
Don't leave valuables in plain sight, as this can tempt burglars to break into your home.
Make sure your garage is locked and consider adding additional security measures, such as a padlock or an alarm system.
A peephole can help you identify who is at the door before you open it.
Avoid posting on social media when you're out of town or away from home for an extended period of time.
A safe can keep your important documents and valuables secure in case of a break-in.