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5 Ways to Protect Your Home From Thieves

If someone were to ask you about the one place in the world where you feel the safest, we’re willing to bet that you will probably say your house. After all, it is where we spend a lot of our down time, where we rest our heads at night and where we feel comfortable inviting our family members and friends to hang out.

In order to make sure that it remains a safe haven, we wanted to take out a moment to provide you with a few tips on things that you can do in order to protect your home from thieves. If you apply even a few of these suggestions, you really can feel like your home is the securest place for you to be.

Get a house alarm. By far, one of the most effective ways to keep your house from becoming a victim of house theft is to purchase a house alarm (and make sure that it remains activated when you’re away). Although it might seem like simply another expense, look at it is an additional form of insurance to protect your values. It’s definitely a wise investment.

Do some landscaping. A huge mistake that a lot of people make is failing to landscape their home on a regular basis. Sure, they might do things like cut their lawn but we’re referring to also trimming your trees and any bushes that might be in front of the windows of your home. The reason why these need to be well-manicured is to prevent someone from hiding behind them as they wait for you to leave your house; especially in the evening.

Install some motion lights. Just about all of us have walked up to someone’s house and triggered some motion lights before. And when you stop and think about it, it probably startled you a bit, right? That’s why they are a smart thing to add to your home because if a thief was to try and approach your house, if the lights are in place, not only will it make them uncomfortable but if you are home, it will also notify you that someone is within your close proximity.

Keep valuables out of the bedroom. If you were to ask an alarm company like Alert America for an effective tip on how to protect your home from thieves, we’re pretty confident that one of the things they would highly advise is that you keep most of your valuables out of your bedroom. Although initially it might sound a bit strange, the reality is that many burglars are aware that the bedroom is where they can find things like jewelry and cash. So try and put these things in some places where you feel they would least expect them to be.

Leave your radio on. One thing about burglars is that they tend to watch a home closely for a while before they ever decide to try to break into it. That’s because, that way, they can check for people’s lifestyle patterns. Something that you can do to “throw them off” a bit is to leave your radio on in your kitchen or living room. That way, whether you’re at work or on vacation, the noise in the home will cause them to think that someone may be they’re and they’ll bypass your house. Mission accomplished.


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