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DIY Home Security by Uxari

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Published on: 21 Feb 2017 by makeyourhomesecuritybetter

Use These Tips To Make Your Home A Safe Place

Keeping your family and your home sage is a common concern. But, home invasions are very common these days, just as much other damage is, like floods and fires.

Keep reading to gain useful insight about keeping your house and loved ones out of harm's way. Your home should looked occupied all the time. Put timers on the TV, lights and radios. This will make your home look like someone is in it. Look at this site  and get more home automation information :

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This is a simple way to give people up to no good think that you are home. Does your dog like to play in your yard? They may provide you with a useful place to hide your key.
Attach the key inside their collar and make sure it can't be seen.

This is very effective if your pet is afraid of strangers; therefore, burglars are not very likely to notice the key.  Home security systems do more than sounding an alarm in case of a break in.

The majority of systems are able to be set to put out an alert when any individual enters the home. If you have little ones wandering about the house, this makes it easy for you to know if they have come in or gone out.When placing your spare key outside for emergencies, give careful consideration to where you put it.

Avoid cliched hiding places like over the door frame or beneath the doormat. Experienced criminals will check these places immediately.Instead, try hiding a key on the collar of an outside dog.
Don't talk about your vacations on social media.

While it is exciting to go to a new place and have a good time, you are letting thieves know that your house will be empty and they can come right in.Consider the advice of your friends when selecting your home security company.

Other people will probably have personal experience with these companies that are either good or bad. They can share their experiences with you, which will greatly assist you in making the best decision. Taking a little time to listen can make you a much better decision maker when it comes to home security.Do not invite strangers into your home.

It is essential you do not do this, even if the stranger gives you a convincing story or states they need your assistance. Some will come to your door just to determine how secure it is, and they may return later if they think they can easily enter your home.Keep your car in the garage.

This will keep it away from thieves and vandals. Additionally, if your car is put away, burglars will not be able to tell whether or not you are home.You can hide certain valuables within your walls. Don't make it obvious by cutting out big chunks of drywall.

There are many places in your home that are pre-cut and available.  Unused electrical sockets can be great for hiding expensive jewelry.When moving into your new house, change every lock. You have no way of knowing whether the previous homeowner is trustworthy.

Keep in mind that other people may have lived in the home prior to the seller.Are you aware of the value of your home's wires? Lots of people don't know this until their wires are stolen. It does not take much time to strip off the expensive copper wires from the exterior of your house.

Therefore, ensure you hide your wires so that burglars cannot see them, or make the wires extremely hard for the burglars to get to.
Ask for ID before letting anyone into your home. Having the name of the technician coming to your house ahead of time can help to ensure you are allowing someone who really works for the company into your home.


Don't allow this to happen, as it is a direct threat to your house and its contents. Use caution to stay out of danger.Take advantage of the Internet while comparing your home security options.

Take a look at various websites and read over customer testimonials and details about various packages. 
Then you can schedule an appointment for a home visit to discuss which package is best for you and what it will cost.


Because of all the threats to a home, every homeowner should take steps in protecting it as much as possible. You should know more about home security after going over this article. Take advantage of all of the information that this article offers.

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