The holiday season is a time for celebration, but unfortunately, it can also be a time for burglars.

Never Open Your Door to Strangers

If someone knocks on your door, it is best to talk to them through the  door or peephole, and ask them what they need or who they are looking  for.

Light Up the Night

Darkness can be a thief's best friend, as it provides them with a way to conceal their identity and their activities. So install motion-sensor lights on each side of your home.

Keep Your Door Locked

Keeping your door locked will help keep burglars out and protect you from other potential threats. It's best to use a smart lock instead of a traditional door lock.

Avoid posting on social-media

Don’t post that you’re going out of town. Also, consider turning off geo-tagging on your social media posts. This will prevent thieves from knowing exactly where you are.

Secure Your Windows

Installing locks on your windows is an easy way to deter burglars. Window locks are available in a variety of designs and styles, and they can be installed in just a few minutes.

Bolt Valuables to the Floor

That’s a great idea. Protect your valuables better by mounting the safe on a wall or bolting it to the floor.

Hire a Home Sitter

It is without a doubt the best method. Hire a home sitter from a trusted agency to make your place look lived in by shoveling snow and cutting the grass.