Implementing Home Security into a Daily Routine

Implementing Home Security into a Daily Routine

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When you have a family you are sure to do everything possible to keep your family safe and happy. With the busy and ever changing day to day life simple home security seems to fall off our priority list. However, it is important to add simple home security steps into our daily routines. Here are a few things to add to your day to day list that will always keep your home safe.

  1. Safe and Secure

Home security systems are a great addition to any home. It is important to make it a routine to always have the alarm system set and on alert at night or when the home is empty. Make sure to look into home security in Goodyear or wherever you may reside. Home security signs are also good to display in the front yard or in a front window. The signs alone will ward off any potential intruders.

  1. Keep it Clean

Having routine yard maintenance is important to keeping the burglars at bay. Clean yards show that the house is maintained well. It also takes away any possible hiding spots that a lurker might try to take refuge in.

  1. Careful What you Share

It is important to be careful what you share on social media sites. Do not post when you will be out of town. Also do not post times that your house will be completely empty. You never know who could see the posts.

  1. Lock Lock Lock

Get into a habit of locking up every access point to the home. Make sure all the locks are working and are not easily vandalized. The home should be locked up at night and during the day when no one is home. Grab a couple deadbolts from a home improvement store and install them on the front and back door. This will add extra safety and strength to those doors. Make it a habit to always lock those as well.

  1. Say Goodbye

Whenever you leave your home it is always a good idea to say goodbye to someone, even if there is no one in the home. You never know who could potentially be watching your house. Burglars are more likely to skip a home that is clearly occupied. Leave a light on in the home at night or the TV to make it appear that someone is still awake. Set your porch light to a timer or install motion lights in the yard.

  1. Discreetly Dispose

Dispose of your trash wisely. Boxes of expensive items should not be put to the curb or in the trash. Some burglars could look through the trash. These boxes will show that there are things of value within the home. Valuable items will make your home more of a target and could potentially capture someone’s interest.

Keeping your home safe can be simple if you add it into your routine. Setting an alarm, locking doors, not posting about trips, and so much more are ways to protect your home daily. Your family’s safety is priceless and your home should always be a safe escape.

 

 


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