Three Tips to Secure Your Homes from Break-ins and Theft

It is a high priority for us to feel comfortable at home and safeguard our loved ones. These simple safety precautions can help.

Fremont, CA: While moving into a new home is exciting, putting safety measures in place to keep it secure and getting started with home security systems and components may be daunting. The excellent news is that every year, burglary becomes less prevalent. Recent statistics reveal that a burglary occurs every 30 seconds in the United States despite the declining rates.

To assist anyone with the home security checklist, Let's see a simple list of the greatest — and most economical — measures you can take to safeguard your house and repel would-be attackers.

  • Secure your doors and windows 

Burglars are always on the lookout for easy prey, and an unguarded doorway or windows is precisely that. It's always a great idea to keep them secure even when owners are home. Also, double-check doors and first-floor windows before leaving the house to ensure they're all locked.

Some gadgets can also assist the owner in keeping track of their entranceways. Windows and doors sensors can detect if a doorway or windows has already been left open, and smart locks may get programmed to lock at specific times.

  • Upgrade your door locks

If the owner doesn't have high-quality locks, simply locking their doors and windows may not be enough. First, ensure that all outside doors are equipped with a lock, making it more difficult for attackers to gain access. While users are at it, double-check that their doors and windows, and hinges are robust enough to withstand a break-in attempt; older doors or exposed hinges might put them in danger. Finally, as previously noted, they may upgrade to smart locks that can get controlled remotely.

  • Install outdoor lighting

Burglars wouldn't want to feel like they're on the show when breaking into a property, and exterior lighting may make them feel less exposed. Because these are frequently opportunistic crimes, external lighting may stimulate the intruder to continue going. Rather than leaving their outdoor light on all of the time, suggest investing in motion-sensor light sources that turn on when they sense movements in the yard. An intruder will be caught off guard by the illumination, which may cause them to flee.


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